various; many; several; together
- 言訁 speech
- 제 [je]
- Example words:
- you (people)
- gentlemen; ladies and gentlemen; my friends; everyone - making appeal, etc.
- completely; all the way; altogether; bodily
noun / ~の noun:
- (with) both hands
noun / suffix noun:
- various countries; various regions; various provinces
- archipelago; group of islands
- various; several
それ金を愛するは諸般の惡しき事の根なり、ある人々これを慕ひて信仰より迷ひ、さまざまの痛をもて自ら己を刺しとほせり。 For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
- all kinds of things; various things; large number of people
- the impermanence of worldly things; All worldly things are transitory - four character idiom ➜ 四法印【しほういん】
- Hundred Schools of Thought; general term for the large number of scholars and controversialists, and their respective schools, that flourished during China's Spring and Autumn period and Warring States period - four character idiom
- decorating the alcove of a tea room with a hanging scroll and flowers (in more formal tea ceremonies, during only the first and second half respectively)
- style of decorating a traditional Japanese room (esp. a study) in which incense, a pair of vases and a pair of candlesticks are placed on a table in front of a trio of hanging scrolls - orig. meaning
- idea that all things in the universe lack their own unchangeable substances - Buddhism term ➜ 四法印【しほういん】
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