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, 晨, あさ, あした
Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
1. morning
Only あさ
2. breakfast
Only 朝, Only あした, Archaism
3. next morning
6月にしては寒い朝だ。
明日, あした, あす, みょうにち
Temporal noun (jisoumeishi)
1. tomorrow
Only あす
2. near future
あしたは一日中ひまです。
Particle, See 乃, occasionally ん, orig. written 乃 or 之
1. indicates possessive
2. nominalizes verbs and adjectives
See が・1
3. substitutes for "ga" in subordinate phrases
often ん
4. (at sentence-end, falling tone) indicates a confident conclusion
Female term or language
5. (at sentence-end) indicates emotional emphasis
パーティー, パーティ
1. party (gathering, celebration, etc.)
2. party (group, political, etc.)
パーティーでは誰がホストを勤めるのですか。
こと, 事, 縡, こん
Usually in kana
1. thing, matter
2. incident, occurrence, event, something serious, trouble, crisis
3. circumstances, situation, state of affairs
4. work, business, affair
5. after an inflectable word, creates a noun phrase indicating something the speaker does not feel close to
「U.F.Oとは何を表しているの」「未確認飛行物体のことだと思う」
, 箏, 筝, こと, そう
1. koto (13-stringed Japanese zither)
Only こと, Archaism
2. stringed instrument
Only 箏, Only 筝
3. zheng (Chinese zither), guzheng
彼女は琴を弾くことがとても好きだ。
古都, こと
ancient city, former capital
この古都に何か新しいものがあることは、だれでも知っている。
, 殊, こと, け
Only こと, NA-adjective, Noun, used as a prefix, Archaism
1. difference (from one another), different thing, other
2. unusual, extraordinary
糊塗, こと
Takes suru
patching up (e.g. a failure), covering up (e.g. a mistake), glossing over
こと
Particle, particle always used at sentence-end
1. particle indicating a command
Female term or language, often as ことね
2. particle indicating mild enthusiasm
3. particle indicating a gentle interrogative
at sentence end as ことよ
4. particle used to soften a judgment or conclusion
, げん, こと
word, remark, statement
彼の言に従って行動するのはりこうではない。
, 若, ごと, こと, もころ
Adverbial noun, See 如し
like, similar to, same as
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