臥 means 'lie down'

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Strokes : 9    Frequency: 2194   Usefulness: 6    Study set: 6-4    Grade: 9   Intermediate lesson: -    Beginner lesson: -   Begins 16 words   Used in 46 words   Used in 50 names   Component in 16 kanji (6 Jōyō)
Jinmeiyō (人名用)
   to lie down
Kun    ふせ   ふせる
often appears as (subject)𠂉 (man) eg (keep watch)
⿰   subject   person  
 princess   keep watch  
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臥 is not used in the most common form of any of the most useful 10,000 words in Japanese.
Across all words in Japanese, 臥 is used 32 times, read 2 ways (with 2 variations).
ガ : 24 words FIND ALL
1. unrecognized genius; exceptional person hidden among the masses
2. reclining dragon
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: 5 words FIND ALL
'ru' godan verb, transitive verb
to lie down; to retire; to go to bed
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(read as ぶ) : 2 words FIND ALL
mountain-dwelling robber; brigand
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ぶす: 1 word. FIND ALL
1. legendary monster resembling a flying squirrel
2. Japanese giant flying squirrel (Petaurista leucogenys)  (see also: ムササビ; orig. meaning)
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An additional ガ less common words include 臥 but the reading has not yet been categorized.

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ガ   ふ to lie down   
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ジン   ニン   ひと person   
シン   ジン    subject, retainer   
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