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中身, 中味, なかみ
May take 'no'
contents, interior, substance, filling, (sword) blade
財布の中身をこの袋に空けなさい。
当て身, 中身, 当身, あてみ
Martial arts term
blow to a vital point of a person's body, striking techniques (judo)
Particle, pronounced わ in modern Japanese
1. topic marker particle
2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
3. adds emphasis
, から
May take 'no'
emptiness, vacuum, blank
ワシが空を飛んでいる。
, 骸, から
shell, husk, hull, pod, chaff
飲み物はヤシの実の殻に入れてあった。
, 韓, 漢, から
Noun, used as a prefix, Archaism
China (sometimes also used in ref. to Korea or other foreign countries)
から
Particle
1. from (e.g. time, place, numerical quantity), since
2. from (originator), by
follows verbs, adjectives
3. because, since
4. out of (constituent, part)
5. through (e.g. window, vestibule)
10から2を引くと、8残る。
掛絡, 掛落, 掛羅, から
See 袈裟・1, See 絡子・らくす, Archaism
1. Zen monk's waistcoat (short, informal kasaya)
2. ring (usu. made of ivory) attached to this waistcoat
See 根付け
3. netsuke, item attached to a netsuke
, 柄, から
Archaism
1. trunk, stem, stalk
2. shaft (of an arrow)
3. handle
きつつきは、長く尖ったくちばしで、木の幹をつついて、中にいる虫を食べます。
, 出
Noun, used as a suffix
1. coming out, going out, outflow, efflux, rising (of the Sun or the Moon)
2. attending (work), appearing (on stage), one's turn to go on
3. start, beginning
4. origins, background, person (or item) originating from ..., graduate of ..., native of ..., member of ... (lineage)
5. architectural member that projects outward
彼は貴族の出である。
, にて
Particle, indicates location of action; にて is the formal literary form
1. at, in
indicates time of action
2. at, when
indicates means of action
3. by, with
Conjunction
4. and then, so
Only で, Auxiliary, See て, indicates continuing action; alternative form of 〜て used for some verb types
5. and, then
, い
Conjunction, Auxiliary, See ないで・1, Archaism, after a -nai stem
without doing ...
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