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We found 278 words, 1 kanji, and 18 examples matching '玉'
Word search: 278 matches
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noun
1. ball; sphere; globe; orb
2. bead (of sweat, dew, etc.); drop; droplet
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0 1
noun
1. precious stone (esp. jade)  (also formerly read as ごく)
2. egg (sometimes esp. as a sushi topping)  (food term)
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Most common form: たまご
noun
1. eggs; egg; spawn; roe
2. hen egg
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3
noun
1. eyeball
2. special feature; centerpiece; showpiece; drawcard  (see also: 目玉番組; abbreviation)
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0 1
noun
1. gem; jewel
2. beautiful; accomplished; charming
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Kanji search: 1 match
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ギョク   たま jewel   
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オウ    king   
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
ド   ト   ground; earth   つち ground, earth, soil   
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Example search: 18 matches
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こども
子供
たち
おお
きな
ゆき
たま
ころ
がしていた

The children were rolling a big snowball.
おうて
王手
かけられたほう
たま
げる
など
ほうほう
方法
おうて
王手
ふせ
がねばなりません

The checked player must find a way for the king to escape and block the check.
ニッケル
セント
だま
です
A nickel is a five-cent coin.
かのじょ
彼女
がく
たま
あせ
だった
Her brow was beaded with perspiration.
ひゃく
100
えん
だま
ごひゃく
500
えん
だま
しか
つか
使
えない
ので
わたし
こぜに
小銭
さが
した
みあ
見当
たらない

It would only take 100 or 500 yen coins, so I search for change but don't find any.
 
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