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Results for: [㠗ょ㠓㠆㠛㠄] plantigrade (walking on the soles of the feet)Translations: 1 - 30 of 133
 English Japanese(Kanji)
(of soil, etc.) soft, dry and crumbly; sound of quiet walkingぼくぼく
(tiny) house about nine feet wide and 12 feet deep九尺二間 [くしゃくにけん]
(walking) pigeon-toed内股に [うちまたに]
3 Japanese feet, waistband, belt, cloth girdle三尺 [さんじゃく]
a stitch in time saves nine, lit. have a walking stick ready before stumbling転ばぬ先の杖 [ころばぬさきのつえ]
a whirl, going round and round, rushing a person off his feetきりきり舞い [きりきりまい]
acrobatic barrel-rolling (performed using the feet while lying on the back); handing something around (within a fixed group of people in a pre-arranged order); handing off a problem to someone else (in order to evade responsibility)たらい回し [たらいまわし]
acrobatic barrel-rolling (performed using the feet while lying on the back); handing something around (within a fixed group of people in a pre-arranged order); handing off a problem to someone else (in order to evade responsibility)盥回し [たらいまわし]
axolotl, Mexican walking fish, edible salamander, neotenous salamander (Ambystoma mexicanum)アホロートル
axolotl, Mexican walking fish, edible salamander, neotenous salamander (Ambystoma mexicanum)アホロトル
baby born feet (or buttocks) first, breech birth逆産 [ぎゃくざん]
baby born feet (or buttocks) first, breech birth逆児 [さかご]
bare feet素足 [すあし]
bare legs, bare feetなま足 [なまあし]
bare legs, bare feet生足 [なまあし]
big feet, long stride大足 [おおあし]
bipedal walking, walking on two legs二足歩行 [にそくほこう]
both feet双脚 [そうきゃく]
both feet両足 [もろあし]
both feet両足 [りょうそく]
both feet; both legs両足 [りょうあし]
breech presentation (feet-first birth), breech delivery, breech birth, Agrippa逆子 [さかご]
cane, walking stick, staff杖 [つえ]
daily life (lit: the four cardinal behaviors - walking, standing, sitting and lying), daily routine, while awake or asleep, at all times, day in, day out, constantly行住坐臥 [ぎょうじゅうざが]
daily life (lit: the four cardinal behaviors - walking, standing, sitting and lying), daily routine, while awake or asleep, at all times, day in, day out, constantly行住座臥 [ぎょうじゅうざが]
digitigrade (walking on the toes)指行性 [しこうせい]
digitigrade (walking on the toes)趾行性 [しこうせい]
exercise walkingエキササイズウォーキング
feet, footフィート
fire-walking (walking over fire or burning coals)火渡り [ひわたり]
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