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We found 197 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 40 examples matching '北'
Word search: 197 matches
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Most common form: きた
noun
1. north
2. the North; northern territories
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noun
1. north and south; north to south
2. South Korea and North Korea  (abbreviation)
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Most common form: 負ける
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1. to lose; to be defeated
2. to succumb; to give in; to surrender; to yield
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northeast
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Most common form: とうほく
noun
1. north-east
2. Tohoku (northernmost six prefectures of Honshu)  (see also: 東北地方; this meaning is restricted to reading とうほく)
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きた   Kita   (place name, surname, female given name)  
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ホク   きた north   
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さじ spoon   
left side   じょう    しょう    
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ふる
きょうかい
教会
その
まち
きた
ある
The old church stands north of the town.
バス
きた
かっていた

The bus was heading north.
ふね
まっすぐ
きた
かっている

The ship is bearing due north.
かぜ
きた
から
いている

The wind is blowing from the north.
きた
から
つめ
たい
かぜ
いていた

There was a cold wind blowing from the north.
 
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