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We found 20 words, 1 kanji, and 3 examples matching '唄'
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Most common form:
noun
1. song  (唄 is primarily used for shamisen songs; this meaning is restricted to form 歌, 唄)
2. classical Japanese poetry (esp. tanka)  (see also: 短歌)
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Most common form: 歌う
'u' godan verb, transitive verb, intransitive verb
1. to sing
'u' godan verb, transitive verb
2. to sing (one's praises in a poem, etc.); to compose a poem; to recite a poem  (esp. 歌う, 詠う)
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noun
lullaby
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noun
long epic song with shamisen accompaniment (developed in Edo in the early 17th century)
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0
noun
ballad
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うた song (esp. shamisen song)   
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かい shellfish   
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katakana 'ha'; eight
ボク   モク   eye   ま-    め    
コウ   ク   くち mouth   
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うた
うた
うた
はくらい
舶来
しょうかしゅう
唱歌集
title of book, album etc.
Songs, Songs, Songs: A Collection of Songs from Abroad
わたし
からだゆすっても / きれい
おと
ない
けど / あの
すず
わたし
のように / たくさん
うた
らない
line from poem, haiku etc.
Even if I shake my body about / no pretty sound comes out, / but still, the tinkling bell / doesn't know as many songs as I.
アン
いもうと
ために
こもりうた
子守唄
うた
ってあげた

Ann sang a lullaby for her little sister.
 
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