TAKOBOTO

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Readings
つち
tsuchi
つし
tsushi
Reading restricted to 地
Meanings
Noun (futsuumeishi)
earth, soil, dirt, clay, mudsol, terre

the earth (historically, esp. as opposed to the heavens), the ground, the land
See also: 鳥の子紙
low-quality torinoko-gami (containing mud)

See also: 陰陽道
also written as 犯土, 椎, 槌
(period of) refraining from construction in the direction of the god of the earth (in On'youdou)земля, почваErde, Boden, Schlamm, Ton, Grund

Kanji
ON: ド, トKUN: つち
soil, earth, ground, Turkey

ON: チ, ジ
ground, earth

Example sentences
土日月の午前10時半から午後4時まで開館。Parts: (ど), (にち), (げつ), 午前 (ごぜん), (じ), (はん), から, 午後 (ごご), (じ), (まで), 開館 (かいかん)Open from 10:30am to 4pm on Sat, Sun, and Mon.

農家の人達は鋤で土を耕す。Parts: 農家 (のうか), 人達 (ひとたち), (すき), (つち), 耕す (たがやす)Farmers turn up the soil with plows.

彼女のドレスは青い地に白の水玉模様がある。Parts: 彼女 (かのじょ), ドレス, 青い (あおい), (じ), (しろ), 水玉模様 (みずたまもよう), 有る (ある)Her dress has white spots on a blue background.
Her dress is blue with white polka dots.

雨降って地固まる。Parts: (あめ), 降る (ふる), (じ), 固まる (かたまる)Дождь проходит, и земля еще больше твердеет.
Adversity strengthens the foundations.
После ссоры дружба становится еще крепче.

どっちが最終的な安息の地となるんだろう。Parts: 何方 (どちら), 最終的 (さいしゅうてき), 安息 (あんそく), (ち), となる, だろう (だろ)Which one will be our final resting place?

これらの国々はヨーロッパ文明発祥の地である。Parts: 此れ等 (これら), 国々 (くにぐに), 欧羅巴 (ヨーロッパ), 文明 (ぶんめい), 発祥 (はっしょう), (ち), であるEuropean civilization had its birth in these lands.

この種の洋服地は持ちがよくないだろう。Parts: この種 (このしゅ), 洋服 (ようふく), (じ), 持ち (もち), 良い (よい), だろう (だろ)The suit materials of this sort will not stand up well.

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