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じゅういち, 十一, 11, ジュウイチ
Only じゅういち, Numeric
1. eleven, 11
2. jack (playing card)
Usually in kana, ateji derived from its call
3. Hodgson's hawk-cuckoo (Cuculus fugax), Horsfield's hawk cuckoo
私達は全部で十一名です。
119番, 一一九番, ひゃくじゅうきゅうばん
Takes suru
119, ambulance and fire brigade emergency telephone number
火事の際は119番に電話してください。
110番, 一一〇番, ひゃくとおばん
Takes suru
110, the police emergency telephone number
緊急の場合には110番にお電話ください。
中旬, ちゅうじゅん
Adverbial noun, Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
middle of a month, second third of a month, 11th to 20th day of a month
予定日は1月中旬頃です。
アポロ11号, アポロじゅういちごう
Apollo 11
ワンテンカメラ
110 camera
皇寿, こうじゅ
111th birthday
珍寿, ちんじゅ
112th birthday (and beyond)
911事件, 九一一事件, きゅういちいちじけん
September 11th attacks
無射, ぶえき, むえき
See 十二律
1. (in China) 11th note of the ancient chromatic scale (approx. C)
2. ninth month of the lunar calendar
お火焚, 御火焚, 御火焼, おひたき, おほたき
Kyoto area festival held on the 11th lunar month (wherein bonfires are burned at shrines)
火焚き, 火焼き, 火焚, 火焼, ほたき
See お火焚
Kyoto area festival held on the 11th lunar month (wherein bonfires are burned at shrines)
半夏生, はんげしょう, ハンゲショウ
1. Chinese lizard's tail (Saururus chinensis)
2. 11th day after the summer solstice, last seed-sowing and rice-planting day
はんげ, 半夏, ハンゲ
See カラスビシャク, Usually in kana
1. crow dipper (Pinellia tuber)
See 半夏生・2, Abbreviation
2. 11th day after the summer solstice, last seed-sowing and rice-planting day
神仙, 神僊, しんせん
See 仙人
1. immortal mountain wizard (in Taoism), Taoist immortal, supernatural being
See 十二律, See 無射
2. (in Japan) 11th note of the ancient chromatic scale (approx. C)
, ス, ツ, こ, -こ, ね
child, sign of the rat, 11PM-1AM, first sign of Chinese zodiac
, うま
noon, sign of the horse, 11AM-1PM, seventh sign of Chinese zodiac
, み
sign of the snake or serpent, 9-11AM, sixth sign of Chinese zodiac
ガイ, カイ, い
sign of the hog, 9-11PM, twelfth sign of the Chinese zodiac
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