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We found 10 words, 1 kanji, and 5 examples matching '畔'
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1
Most common form: あたり
noun
1. on the bank of; by the side of (e.g. a river, pond)  (esp. ほとり; often written with kana only)
2. (in the) neighbourhood; neighborhood; vicinity; nearby
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2
noun
1. ridge of earth between rice fields  (often written with kana only)
2. ridge between grooves in threshold or lintel  (often written with kana only)
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0
lake shore
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0
noun
riverside
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2
Most common form: あぜ道
noun
(raised) footpath between rice fields; ridge between rice fields
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ハン    paddy ridge   
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ハン   なか half   
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ニ   ふた    ふた two   
stick   
eight
デン   た rice field   
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こはん
湖畔
かなり
おお
ホテル

There are quite a few hotels by the lake.
われわれ
我々
その
よる
こはん
湖畔
ホテル
しゅくはく
宿泊
した

We put up at a lakeside hotel for the night.
かれ
こはんめぐ
湖畔巡
たび
われわれ
我々
あんない
案内
した

He conducted us on a tour around the lake.
えいこく
英国
しゅと
首都
ロンドンテムズ
がわ
かはん
河畔
ある
London, the capital of England, is on the Thames.
こくおう
国王
ヘンリー
せい
ロンドンからさほど
とお
くない
テムズ
がわ
かはん
河畔
ある
じぶん
自分
きゅうでん
宮殿
ハンプトンコートテニスコート
っていた

King Henry VIII had a tennis court at Hampton Court, his palace on the River Thames, not very far from London.
 
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