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Noun (futsuumeishi)
eye, eyeball

Noun (futsuumeishi)
See also: 目が見える
eyesight, sight, vision

Noun (futsuumeishi)
look, stare, gaze, glance

Noun (futsuumeishi)
notice, attention, observation, eyes (of the world, public, etc.)

Noun (futsuumeishi)
an experience

Noun (futsuumeishi)

Noun (futsuumeishi)
discrimination, discernment, judgement, eye (e.g. for quality)

Noun (futsuumeishi)

Noun (futsuumeishi)
See also: 目がない・3
chance to succeed, possibility

Noun (futsuumeishi)
See also: 編み目
spacing (between crossed strands of a net, mesh, etc.), opening, stitch, texture, weave

Noun (futsuumeishi)
grain (of wood)

Noun (futsuumeishi)
eye (of a storm, needle, etc.)

Noun (futsuumeishi)
intersection (on a go board), square (on a chess board)

Noun (futsuumeishi)
dot (on a dice), pip, rolled number

Noun (futsuumeishi)
graduation, division (of a scale)

Noun (futsuumeishi)
tooth (of a saw, comb, etc.)

ordinal number suffix

See also: 大きめ
Usually written using kana alone
somewhat, -ish

See also: 変わり目・1
following -masu stem
point (e.g. of change)

ON: モク, ボク KUN: め, -め, ま-
eye, class, look, insight, experience, care, favor

Stroke: 5 Grade: 1 JLPT: N4 SKIP: 3-3-2 FC: 6010.0

ON: ガン, ゲン KUN: まなこ, め

Stroke: 11 Grade: 5 JLPT: N1 SKIP: 1-5-6 FC: 6703.3

Parts: 二つ (ふたつ) (め) (かど) (みぎ) 曲がる (まがる) なさい
Turn right at the second corner.

Parts: (かれ) 崇拝 (すうはい) (め) 彼女 (かのじょ) 眺める (ながめる)
He regarded her with worship in his eyes.

Parts: (め) (みみ) (くち) 不自由 (ふじゆう)
Helen Keller was blind, deaf and dumb.
Helen Keller was blind, deaf and mute.

Parts: その通り (そのとおり) (わたし) シャワー 浴びる (あびる) (とき) 石鹸 (せっけん) (め) 入る (はいる) ヒステリー 状態 (じょうたい) になる (おとこ) の様に (のように) (むすめ) 此の (この) (はなし) 身震い (みぶるい) 乍ら (ながら) 言う (いう)
Right, I said, shivering at this recital as a man would who gets hysterical while taking a shower if a bit of soap stings his eye.

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