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We found 1 grammar point, 105 words, 1 kanji, and 5 examples matching '九'
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Most common form:
numeric
nine  (玖 is used in legal documents)
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numeric
nine  (originally from Chinese 'jiǔ')
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Most common form: ここのつ
numeric
nine
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noun
1. the ninth day of the month
2. nine days
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adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi)
September
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ク   キュウ   ここの nine   
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きゅう
ろく
いくつです
How many is nine minus six?
きょう
今日
おとうと
きゅう
さいになりました
My little brother turned nine today.
かいらくえん
偕楽園
えど
江戸
じだい
時代
みと
水戸
はん
きゅう
だい
はんしゅ
藩主
によって
ぞうえん
造園
されました

Kairaku Garden was constructed in the Edo Period by the ninth leader of the Mito Clan.
じゅうちゅうはち
十中八
きゅう
まで
かれ
かのじょ
彼女
けっこん
結婚
する
だろう
Ten to one he will get married to her.
いま
までベートーベン
だい
きゅう
いた
ことあるかい
Have you ever listened to Beethoven's "Ninth"?
 
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