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わかしゅ/wakashu/ · わかしゅう/wakashuu/ wakashu/わかしゅ/ · wakashuu/わかしゅう/若衆
  • noun:
    1. young man (in the Edo period, esp. one with forelocks who has not yet had his coming-of-age ceremony)
    2. young male prostitute;  young kabuki actor (who may also act as a homosexual prostitute)
    3. younger partner in a homosexual relationship   ねんしゃ【念者】[2]

ジャク/JAKU/    ニャク/NYAKU/    ニャ/NYA/    わか.い/waka.i/    わか-/waka-/    も.しくわ/mo.shikuwa/    も.し/mo.shi/    も.しくは/mo.shikuha/    ごと.し/goto.shi/JAKU/ジャク/    NYAKU/ニャク/    NYA/ニャ/    waka.i/わか.い/    waka-/わか-/    mo.shikuwa/も.しくわ/    mo.shi/も.し/    mo.shikuha/も.しくは/    goto.shi/ごと.し/

young;  if;  perhaps;  possibly;  low number;  immature

シュウ/SHŪ/    シュ/SHU/    おお.い/ō.i/SHUU/シュウ/    SHU/シュ/    oo.i/おお.い/

masses;  great numbers;  multitude;  populace

わかしゅどう/wakashudou/ wakashudou/わかしゅどう/若衆道
  • noun:
    1. male homosexuality;  pederasty;  —Archaism.
わかしゅかぶき/wakashukabuki/ wakashukabuki/わかしゅかぶき/若衆歌舞伎
  • noun:
    1. young men's kabuki



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