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We found 16 words, 1 kanji, and 69 examples matching '匂'
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Most common form: 匂い
noun
1. odour; odor; scent; smell; stench  (臭い usu. has a negative connotation)
2. aura; whiff; smacks of ...; sense; flavour; flavor
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Most common form: 臭う
'u' godan verb, intransitive verb
1. to be fragrant; to smell (good)  (usu. 匂う)
2. to stink; to smell (bad)  (usu. 臭う)
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Most common form: ニオイスミレ
noun
sweet violet (Viola odorata)  (often written with kana only)
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1. to be enveloped in a smell
2. to be radiant; to be attractive
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4
noun
1. scent bag; sachet
2. scent gland  (zoology term)
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にお fragrant   にお to be fragrant   
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さじ spoon   
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それいい
にお
する
It has a pleasant odor.
その
へや
部屋
はい
いな
わたし
たばこ
煙草
にお
ほかガス
にお
する
がついた

No sooner had I entered the room than I noticed the smell not only of tobacco but of gas.
ランチボックスから
いろ
んな
オカズ
にお
ちのぼっている

The smell of various foodstuffs drifted up from the lunch box.
そのバターいい
にお
する
The butter smells good.
だれ
ここたばこ
っていた
ような
にお
する
It smells as though someone has been smoking in here.
 
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