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We found 69 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 22 examples matching '扇'
Word search: 69 matches
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3
noun
folding fan
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3
Most common form: 扇風器
noun
electric fan
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0
noun
folding fan
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0
fan shape
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0
Most common form: 煽動
incitement; sedition; agitation; abetting
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おうぎ   Ougi   (place name, surname, female given name)  
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セン   おうぎ folding fan   
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ウ   はね feather   わ counter for birds   
コ   と door   
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
corpse
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なお
とくれい
特例
として
きんせい
近世
てんのう
天皇
じんじ
神事
よう
おうぎ
ある
Moreover, fans used by the emperor in Shinto rituals in early-modern times were a special case.
あき
れっしゃ
列車
せんぷうき
扇風機
カバーかけられる
In the fall, covers are put over the fans in trains.
かんきせん
換気扇
はね
羽根
まで
みが
いた

I even polished the blades of the ceiling fan.
いぬ
うでどけい
腕時計
せんす
扇子
った

The dog ate a watch and a Japanese fan.
ぼうどう
暴動
かれ
せんどう
扇動
によって
こった

He instigated the riot.
 
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