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たくぼくtakuboku

noun:

watashiha詩人shijinたとえばtatoeba啄木takubokuga好きsukiであるdearu I like poets, such as Takuboku.

きつつきkitsutsukigikunたくぼくちょうtakubokuchouけらkeragikunけらつつきkeratsutsukigikunキツツキKITSUTSUKI

noun:

  • woodpecker

きつつきkitsutsukiha長くnagaku尖ったtogattaくちばしkuchibashidekinomikiwoつついてtsutsuitenakaniいるirumushiwo食べますtabemasu Woodpeckers peck tree trunks with their long pointed beaks and eat insects found there.

ついばむtsuibamu Inflection

godan ~む verb / transitive:

  • to pick at; to peck at

ひとhitonokoeni似たnita不気味なbukimina鳴き声nakigoe漆黒shikkokunohane死肉shinikuwo啄むtsuibamu姿sugataなどnadoからkarakarasuha不幸fukouni舞い降りるmaioriru不吉なfukitsunatoriとしてtoshite世界sekaini知られていますshirareteimasu A creepy cry that sounds like a human voice, velvet black wings, the image of tearing into dead flesh; crows are known across the world as an ill-omened bird that flies down with ill-luck.

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