てらtera

noun:

  • temple (Buddhist)

これkoregakareno泊っているtomatteiruoですdesu This is the temple where he stays.

ji

suffix / counter:

  • counter for temples

Kanji definition:

JIてらtera

Buddhist temple

Strokes:
6
Radical:
寸 inch
SKIP:
2-3-3
UTF:
5bfa
JIS208:
27-91
Hangul:
사 [sa]시 [si]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
てらtera
temple (Buddhist)
寺院じいんjiin
temple
禅寺ぜんでらzendera
Zen temple
国分寺こくぶんじkokubunji
state-supported provincial temple (Nara period)
山寺やまでらyamadera
mountain temple

Partial results:

じいんjiin

noun:

  • temple

このkono寺院jiinha780nenni建てられたtaterareta This temple dates back to 780.

てらこやterakoya

noun:

  • temple elementary school (during the Edo period)

imaでもdemo寺子屋terakoyano芝居shibaiwoみるmiruto何だかnandakamukashigaなつかしいnatsukashiiようyouni思わomowareますmasu Even now when I see a terakoya play, I feel somewhat nostalgic.

じしゃjisha

noun:

  • temples and shrines
てらせんterasen

noun:

  • banker's cut or fee charged in a gambling saloon
てらなっとうteranattou

noun:

  • natto made by a temple and given to supporters at the end of the year
じだんせいどjidanseido

noun:

  • system used during the Edo era where commoners had to register with a temple in order to prove their Buddhist faith 寺請制度
てらまいりteramairi

noun:

  • ritual visits to a temple
じごうjigou

noun:

  • temple's name
じいきjiiki

noun:

  • temple grounds - obscure term
じちゅうjichuu

noun / ~の noun:

  • in a temple; inside temple grounds
  • sub-temple
じむjimu

noun:

  • temple affairs
  • temple administrator; person in charge of temple affairs - archaism
じしゃぶぎょうjishabugyou

noun:

  • governmental position of the shogunate, responsible for the management of temples and shrines
じないjinai

noun:

  • inside a temple
てらこterako

noun:

  • child who attended a temple school - abbreviation 寺子屋
じかくjikaku

noun:

  • status of a Buddhist temple
じないちょうjinaichouじないまちjinaimachi

noun:

  • town built within the semi-fortified compounds of a temple (during the Warring States period)
じむしょjimusho

noun:

  • office of a temple
てらあずけteraazuke

noun:

  • incarcerating a criminal in a temple as a form of punishment (popular during the latter Muromachi and Azuchi-Momoyama periods) - obscure term 寺入り
てらうけterauke

noun:

  • certification issued by a temple to prove affiliation
てらいりterairi

noun:

  • to enrol in a temple school; child enrolled in a temple school 寺子屋
  • incarcerating a criminal in a temple as a form of punishment (popular during the latter Muromachi and Azuchi-Momoyama periods)
  • to go to a temple and repent (following a disaster, etc.)
じりょうjiryou

noun:

  • temple's territory; temple's estate
てらおとこteraotoko

noun:

  • male temple employee (esp. one who does odd jobs)
てらうけせいどteraukeseido

noun:

  • system used during the Edo era where commoners had to register with a temple in order to prove their Buddhist faith

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