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We found 133 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 20 examples matching '竜'
Word search: 133 matches
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noun
1. dragon (esp. a Chinese dragon)  (see also: ドラゴン)
2. naga; semi-divine human-cobra chimera in Hindu and Buddhist mythology
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0
noun
dinosaur
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3
noun
1. Dragon King
2. promoted rook  (see also: 飛車; shogi term)
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0
Most common form: 竜巻き
tornado; waterspout
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3
noun
gateway to success; opening to honours; opening to honors
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りゅう   Ryuu   (female given name, surname)  
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リュウ   たつ dragon   
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リツ   リュウ   た to stand   たてる to build   
electricity
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second   おつ    
ニチ   ジツ   sun; day   ひ    -か    
Example search: 20 matches
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わたし
ずっと
りゅう
たかった
です
りゅう
げんじつ
現実
せいぶつ
生物
ではないです
I have always wanted to see a dragon, but dragons are not real creatures.
りゅう
そうぞうじょう
想像上
せいぶつ
生物
である
The dragon is an imaginary creature.
うえ
ひだりはし
左端
どうぶつ
動物
りゅう
つもりでしょ
The animal in the top left-hand corner is meant to be a dragon.
かれ
その
きょうりゅう
恐竜
せいこう
精巧
しゅくしょう
縮小
もけい
模型
じっと
つめた

He stared at the faithful miniature of the dinosaur.
よくりゅう
翼竜
ぜつめつ
絶滅
した
ひしょう
飛翔
はちゅうるい
爬虫類
である
The pterosaur is an extinct flying reptile.
 
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