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くし/kushi/common kushi/くし/common
  • noun:
    1. spit;  skewer

カン/KAN/    ケン/KEN/    セン/SEN/    くし/kushi/    つらぬ.く/tsuranu.ku/KAN/カン/    KEN/ケン/    SEN/セン/    kushi/くし/    tsuranu.ku/つらぬ.く/

shish kebab;  spit;  skewer

じょうだん/joudan/common joudan/じょうだん/common冗談 · 戯談 · 串戯 · 串戲
ぎだん/gidan/obsolete · げだん/gedan/obsolete gidan/ぎだん/obsolete · gedan/げだん/obsolete戯談
くしカツ/kushiKATSU/ kushiKATSU/くしカツ/串カツ
  • noun:
    1. fried pork and negi on skewers  —Usually written using kana alone.
くしやき/kushiyaki/ kushiyaki/くしやき/串焼き · 串焼
  • noun / noun with genitive case particle の:
    1. grilling on a skewer;  spit-roasting
くしあげ/kushiage/ kushiage/くしあげ/串揚げ
  • noun:
    1. fried vegetables and meat on skewer  —Usually written using kana alone.
たけぐし/takegushi/ takegushi/たけぐし/竹串
  • noun:
    1. bamboo skewer
やきぐし/yakigushi/ yakigushi/やきぐし/焼き串
  • noun:
    1. skewer;  spit
くしざし/kushizashi/ kushizashi/くしざし/串刺し
  • noun:
    1. skewer
くしがき/kushigaki/ kushigaki/くしがき/串柿
  • noun:
    1. dried persimmons on a skewer
たまぐし/tamagushi/ tamagushi/たまぐし/玉串 · 玉籤 · 玉ぐし
たまくし/tamakushi/obsolete tamakushi/たまくし/obsolete玉串 · 玉籤
  • noun:
    1. branch of a sacred tree (esp. sakaki) with paper or cotton strips attached (used as an offering)  —.
    2. sakaki (species of evergreen sacred to Shinto, Cleyera japonica)   [1]
かなぐし/kanagushi/ kanagushi/かなぐし/金串
  • noun:
    1. metal spit;  metal skewer
へいぐし/heigushi/ heigushi/へいぐし/幣串
  • noun:
    1. staff to which shide are attached to make a go-hei   御幣  /  四手[1]
はらえぐし/haraegushi/ haraegushi/はらえぐし/祓串
  • noun:
    1. tamagushi used at Ise Shrine's purification ceremonies  —Obscure term.   玉串[1]
めぐし/megushi/ megushi/めぐし/目串
  • noun:
    1. suspicions;  guess
ふとたまぐし/futotamagushi/ futotamagushi/ふとたまぐし/太玉串
  • noun:
    1. branch of a sacred tree (esp. sakaki) with paper or cotton strips attached (used as a Shinto offering)  —Archaism.  Poetic name.   玉串[1]
たまぐしりょう/tamagushiryou/ tamagushiryou/たまぐしりょう/玉串料 · 玉ぐし料
  • noun:
    1. cash offering made on the occasion of one's visit to a shrine;  money offering dedicated to the Shinto gods;  fees for offering a branch of the sacred tree to the gods


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