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Noun (futsuumeishi)
nation, peoplenation, peupleVolk, Nation, Untertan

ON: ミンKUN: たみ
people, nation, subjects

Example sentences
民の声は神の声。Parts: (たみ), (こえ), (かみ), (こえ)The voice of the people is the voice of God.

開拓民たちは谷間の土地が肥沃であることを知った。Parts: 開拓 (かいたく), (たみ), (たち), 谷間 (たにま), 土地 (とち), 肥沃 (ひよく), である, (こと), 知る (しる)The settlers learned that the land in the valley was fertile.

開拓民たちはキリスト教を信奉した。Parts: 開拓 (かいたく), (たみ), (たち), キリスト教 (キリストきょう), 信奉 (しんぽう)The settlers embraced the Christian religion.

その部族の民はその川沿いに住み着いた。Parts: 其の (その), 部族 (ぶぞく), (たみ), 其の (その), 川沿い (かわぞい), 住み着く (すみつく)Members of that tribe settled along the river.

彼は自分のところにきたのに、自分の民は彼を受けいれなかった。Parts: (かれ), 自分 (じぶん), (ところ), 来る (くる), のに, 自分 (じぶん), (たみ), (かれ), 受け入れる (うけいれる)He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him.

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