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We found 151 words, 1 kanji, and 24 examples matching '俗'
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Most common form: ぞく
noun
1. layman (esp. as opposed to a Buddhist monk); laity; man of the world; the world
2. local manners; modern customs
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noun
1. manners; customs
2. sex service; sex industry; sex-oriented entertainment
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noun
folk customs; folkways; ethnic customs
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1. common customs; worldliness; vulgar; popular; the world; the common people
2. secularity
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colloquialism; colloquial language; slang
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ゾク    vulgar   
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コク   たに valley   
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katakana 'ha'; eight
ジン   ニン   ひと man   
コウ   ク   くち mouth   
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ジン   ニン   ひと man   
Example search: 24 matches
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ウチ
ぞく
シングルマザー
かてい
家庭
ちちおや
父親
かお
ぼく
らない

We're what they colloquially call a single mother family. I haven't seen my father's face.
その
ちほう
地方
その
ふる
ふうぞく
風俗
なお
そんぞく
存続
している

The old custom is still kept up in that district.
その
ろうじん
老人
ぞくせいかい
俗世界
から
ちょうぜん
超然
している
The old man stands aloof from this world.
あい
かな
しみ
ぞくう
俗受
したけど
なに
いって
えいぞう
映像
きれいな
えいが
映画
だった
Although it was a popular movie, Out of Africa was more of a coffee-table movie than anything else.
かのじょ
彼女
はな
きわ
めて
ぼんぞく
凡俗

She is extremely vulgar in her speech.
 
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