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Noun (futsuumeishi)
nisei, second-generation Japanese (or Korean, etc.), foreigner of Japanese parentagedeuxième génération/cadet/deuxième du nom/étranger de lignée japonaise

Noun (futsuumeishi)
Noun, used as a suffix
Noun, used as a prefix
the Second (king, etc. of the same name), second generation, junior

Noun (futsuumeishi)
sonдва поколе́ния, второ́е поколе́ние, второ́й (в именах)Nisei (japanischstämmiger Amerikaner, Brasilianer od. Ä. der zweiten Generation), der Zweite, II, zweite Generation, Junior

ON: ニ, ジKUN: ふた, ふた.つ, ふたたび
two, two radical (no.2)

ON: セイ, セ, ソウKUN: よ, さんじゅう
generation, world, society, public

Example sentences
ついに1314年には、この競技はとても乱暴で危険なものとなっていたので、エドワード二世は法律を制定したのです。Parts: 遂に (ついに), (ねん), には, 此の (この), 競技 (きょうぎ), 迚も (とても), 乱暴 (らんぼう), 危険 (きけん), (もの), となる, ので (んで), 二世 (にせい), 法律 (ほうりつ), 制定 (せいてい), のだ (んです)Finalement, en 1314, ces jeux devinrent si violents et dangereux que le roi Edouard II créa une loi.
Finally, in 1314, these games had become so violent and dangerous that King Edward II made a law.

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