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, のこぎり, ノコギリ
Usually in kana
1. saw
2. musical saw
, のこくず, のこぎりくず, きょせつ
See 大鋸屑
, おびのこ, おびのこぎり
band saw
, のこぎりざめ, ノコギリザメ
Usually in kana
saw shark (esp. the Japanese saw shark, Prietiophorus japonicus)
, 糸のこ, いとのこ
coping saw, fretsaw, jig saw, jigsaw
, かねのこぎり
, のこぎりそう, ノコギリソウ
Usually in kana
1. Siberian yarrow (Achillea sibirica)
See アキレア
2. achillea
, つる, つるのこ
traditional Japanese woodworking saw, bow saw
, おが, おおが
large saw, framed pit saw
, のこぎりがま
toothed sickle
, 弓のこ, ゆみのこ
, のこぎりばん, のこばん
sawing machine
, , エイ, えい, のこぎりえい, のこぎりエイ, ノコギリエイ
Usually in kana
sawfish (Pristidae spp.)
, 鎖のこ, くさりのこ
See チェーンソー
, おが屑, おがくず
両刃, りょうばのこぎり
double-edged saw
屋根, のこぎりやね
saw-tooth roof, sawtooth roof
鍬形, 鍬形虫, のこぎりくわがた, ノコギリクワガタ
Usually in kana
sawtooth stag beetle (Prosopocoilus inclinatus), saw stag beetle
胴付, 胴付きのこぎり, どうつきのこ, どうづきのこ, どうつきのこぎり
saw with a spine, tenon saw, back saw
引き, 挽き, のこぎりびき
1. sawing
2. death by sawing (i.e. as a capital punishment)
, ぜんきょきん
Anatomical term
serratus anterior muscle
縦挽き, 縦ひき, 縦びきのこ, たてびき, たてびきのこ, たてひきのこ
西洋, せいようのこぎりそう, セイヨウノコギリソウ
Usually in kana
yarrow (Achillea millefolium), milfoil
がざみ, 蝤蛑, のこぎりがざみ, ノコギリガザミ
Usually in kana
mud crab (Scylla serrata), mangrove crab, swimming crab
挽き台, のこひきだい
See 木びき台, Obscure term
sawhorse, sawbuck
, きょし, のこぎりば, のこば
teeth of a saw, serration
回し引き, 回し引きのこぎり, まわしびきのこぎり
bracket saw, sabre saw, saber saw
パルメット, のこぎりパルメット, ノコギリパルメット
Usually in kana
saw palmetto (Serenoa repens)
丸のこ, 丸ノコ, 丸, まるのこ, まるノコ
circular saw, buzz saw
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