やなぎyanagiやなぎyanagiようりゅうyouryuu

noun:

  • willow (any tree of genus Salix)
  • weeping willow (Salix babylonica) やなぎ・ヤナギ 枝垂れ柳

yanaginoedani雪折れyukioreなしnashi Willow branches don't break under the weight of snow.

りゅうryuu

noun:

Kanji definition:

リュウRYUUやなぎyanagi

willow

Strokes:
9
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-5
UTF:
67f3
JIS208:
44-88
Nanori:
なぎnagiyaやいyaiやぎyagiやなyanaやないyanai
Hangul:
류 [ryu]
Pinyin:
liǔ
Stroke order:
Example words:
やなぎyanagi
willow (any tree of genus Salix); / weeping willow (Salix babylonica)
川柳せんりゅうsenryuu
senryu; comic haiku; humorous seventeen-syllable poem
花柳かりゅうkaryuu
red-light district
青柳あおやぎaoyagi
green willow (i.e. one that has budded); / meat of the trough shell (Mactra chinensis)
花柳界かりゅうかいkaryuukai
red-light district; pleasure quarters; world of the geisha; demimonde

Partial results:

やなぎばぼうちょうyanagibabouchou

noun:

  • kitchen knife for sashimi
ぬりこぼしnurikoboshi宿

noun:

りゅうあんかめいryuuankamei

noun:

  • beautiful scenery of spring - four character idiom
  • red-light district
やなぎげたyanagigeta

noun:

  • low geta made of willow
やなぎごうりyanagigouri

noun:

  • wicker trunk
やなぎたでyanagitadeヤナギタデYANAGITADE

noun:

  • water pepper (Persicaria hydropiper)
やなぎだるyanagidaru

noun:

  • box-shaped, lacquered liquor cask
りゅうこうかがいryuukoukagai

noun:

  • red-light district; pleasure quarter - archaism - four character idiom
やないばyanaibaやなぎばyanagibaりゅうようryuuyou

noun:

  • willow-leaf arrowhead やないば・やなぎば
  • part of a Japanese stirrup やないば・やなぎば
  • willow leaf やなぎば・りゅうよう - original, literal meaning
りゅうりょくかこうryuuryokukakou

noun:

  • red blossoms and green willows; beautiful scenery of spring; natural beauty; beauty of nature - four character idiom
ヤナギかYANAGIkaやなぎかyanagika

noun:

  • Salicaceae (plant family containing willows, poplars, aspens, etc.) 柳【やなぎ】
やなぎにかぜyanaginikaze

expression:

  • handling things without making waves; taking in one's stride
やなぎのしたにいつもどじょうはおらぬyanaginoshitaniitsumodojouhaoranu

expression:

  • a fox is not taken twice in the same snare; there are no birds in last year's nest; there aren't always loach under the willow tree [literal] - obscure term
りゅうこうじんryuukoujin

noun:

  • Liujiang man; one of the earliest modern humans found in East Asia
やなぎにゆきおれなしyanaginiyukiorenashi

expression:

  • the soft may prove more durable than the hard; willow trees don't break under the weight of snow [literal] - proverb
やなぎばyanagiba

noun:

  • kitchen knife for sashimi
やなぎごしyanagigoshi

noun / ~の noun:

  • slim waist
  • waist of a willow tree
やながわなべyanagawanabe

noun:

  • loach stew; loaches boiled in soy sauce with stewed eggs and slivered burdock root - Food term 泥鰌
やなぎはみどりはなはくれないyanagihamidorihanahakurenai

expression:

  • natural state; being unspoilt by human touch; willows are green, flowers are crimson [literal] - from a quote by Su Shi - idiom
  • spring is beautiful - proverb
  • things are different by nature; all things have their characteristics - proverb
りゅうじょうryuujou

noun:

  • willow twig
りゅうびryuubi

noun:

  • beautiful eyebrows
ししゃもshishamoシシャモSHISHAMO

noun:

  • shishamo smelt (Spirinchus lanceolatus) - From Ainu "susuhamu"
やなぎのしたにいつもどじょうはいないyanaginoshitaniitsumodojouhainai

expression:

  • a fox is not taken twice in the same snare; there are no birds in last year's nest; there aren't always loach under the willow tree [literal]; good luck does not always repeat itself - proverb

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