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, けん
Suffix, Counter
1. counter for buildings (esp. houses)
2. suffix for a pen name, stage name, etc.
, 簷, 檐, 宇, のき
1. eaves
See 庇・2
2. narrow aisle surrounding the core of a temple building
, いっけん
one house
並み, , のきなみ
1. row of houses
2. every house, each house, every door
Adverbial noun
3. all, totally, altogether, across the board
, のきさき
edge of the eaves, house frontage
, 一, いっけんや
1. detached house, single house, single building
2. isolated house, house in isolated location
, のきした
under the eaves
, けんすう
number of houses
, , けんとう
lamp or electric light at the eaves of a house, door light
, のきたけ
height from the ground to a building's eaves
, けんべつ
house to house
, けんち
Takes suru
high and low, disparity
, すうけん
several houses
のきしのぶ, , , ノキシノブ
Usually in kana
weeping fern (Lepisorus thunbergianus)
, のきどい
rain gutter, roof gutter, eaves gutter
, のきてん
, そばのき
Architecture term
barge course
, のきざる
ninja (esp. those serving the Uesugi clan during the Sengoku period)
丸瓦, のきまるがわら
See 丸瓦, See 瓦当
eave-end roof tile (comprising a convex semi-cylindrical tile and a decorative pendant)
平瓦, のきひらがわら
See 平瓦, See 瓦当
eave-end roof tile (comprising a broadly concave tile and near-rectangular decorative cap)
意気, 意気, 意気, いきけんこう
NA-adjective, 'taru' adjective, Adverb taking the 'to' particle, yojijukugo
in high spirits, elated
一軒, いっけんいっけん
house to house, door to door
建て, にけんだて
duplex (house)
向こう三, むこうさんげん
one's next three neighbors, one's next three neighbours
を並べる, のきをならべる
Expression, Ichidan verb
to stand side by side, to stand in a row
を連ねる, のきをつらねる
Expression, Ichidan verb, See 軒を並べる
to stand side by side, to stand in a row
, けんこう
'taru' adjective, Adverb taking the 'to' particle
high-spirited, being in high spirits
, のきば
eaves, edge of the eaves
置いて隣, いっけんおいてとなり
next door but one
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