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Results for: a child, one child; one of several children, especially the son and heir; one stone (in Go)Translations 1 - 30 of 617
 English Japanese (Kanji)
a child, one child; one of several children, especially the son and heir; one stone (in Go)一子 [いっし]
(a) glance, (a) look, (a) glimpse; (a) stone (in Go)一目 [いちもく]
(at the) peak of mischievousness, little demon (of children)わんぱく盛り [わんぱくざかり]
(at the) peak of mischievousness, little demon (of children)腕白盛り [わんぱくざかり]
(bringing up a child) with greatest care pampering (him, her) with material comforts of a rich family, (being brought up) in a hothouse atmosphere乳母日傘 [おんばひからかさ]
(bringing up a child) with greatest care pampering (him, her) with material comforts of a rich family, (being brought up) in a hothouse atmosphere乳母日傘 [おんばひがさ]
(Buddh) bad deed which ultimately results in the creation of a good Buddhist; older person conducting a funeral service for a younger relative, in particular, a parent for a child逆縁 [ぎゃくえん]
(building) stone石材 [せきざい]
(car) child seatチャイルドシート
(chem) group; (free) radical; counter for gravestones, stone lanterns, etc.基 [き]
(child) no longer requiring constant monitoring, completing a job手離れ [てばなれ]
(child)birth, delivery, production (of goods)出産 [しゅっさん]
(comp) child process子プロセス [こプロセス]
(comp) child structure子構造体 [ここうぞうたい]
(comp) child-entry子エントリ [こエントリ]
(comp) child-operation子操作 [こそうさ]
(comp) child-sequence-number子順序番号 [こじゅんじょばんごう]
(festivity) page; baby, child; boys kept by pederasts稚児 [ちご]
(flight of) stone steps石段 [いしだん]
(game of) catch-the-child子捕り [ことり]
(in the game of go) a sacrificed stone, ornamental garden stone捨て石 [すていし]
(ling) separating words in Japanese with spaces (e.g. in kana-only books for children)分かち書き [わかちがき]
(made of) stone石造り [いしづくり]
(stone) guardian lion-dogs at Shinto shrine狛犬 [こまいぬ]
(surface of) field, plain; unworked surface of (quarried) stone, (rough) surface of plank野面 [のづら]
(used with suffix -san or -sama) endearing term for unrelated older man, (with suffix -san) term used by a child to address unrelated adult male小父 [おじ]
(used with suffix -san or -sama) endearing term for unrelated older woman, (with suffix -san) term used by a child to address unrelated adult female小母 [おば]
a burnt child dreads the fire, once bitten twice shy, an expression meaning to become over cautious from a bad experience羹に懲りて膾を吹く [あつものにこりてなますをふく]
a coupler, a splice, a successor, an heir継ぎ手 [つぎて]
a coupler, a splice, a successor, an heir継手 [つぎて]
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