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We found 10 words and 1 kanji matching '衣:きぬ'
Word search: 10 words contain 衣 read as きぬ
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noun
1. the morning after a couple have slept together; parting ways the morning after having slept together  (archaic)
2. the next morning  (archaic)
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noun
bamboo fungus (Phallus indusiatus); bamboo pith; long net stinkhorn; crinoline stinkhorn  (often written with kana only)
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noun
lawn orchid; soldier's orchid (Zeuxine strateumatica)  (often written with kana only)
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expression
not mince matters
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noun
rustling of clothes
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expression
to not mince matters; to speak frankly  (see also: 歯に衣着せない)
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not mince matters
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noun
skin-on boiled taro corm  (food term)
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noun
Japanese canopy plant (Paris japonica)  (often written with kana only)
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イ   ころも clothes   
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