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We found 127 words, 1 kanji, and 18 examples matching '鬼'
Word search: 127 matches
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noun
1. oni; ogre; demon
2. spirit of a deceased person  (see also: 亡魂)
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noun
vampire; bloodsucker
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1 2
noun
ghastly; dreadful
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2 1
Most common form: がき
noun
1. brat; kids; urchin; little devil  (often written with kana only; colloquialism)
2. preta; hungry ghost; ghoul  (orig. meaning; Buddhist term)
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0 1
fierce god
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キ   おに ogre   
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stony rice field
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dot   
デン   た rice field   
ム   private
legs
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わた
せけん
世間
おに
なし
There is kindness to be found everywhere.
らいねん
来年
こと
おに
わら

Speak of the next year, and the devil will laugh.
かれ
しごと
仕事
おに

He is an eager beaver.
おに
るす
留守
せんたく
洗濯

When the cat is away, the mice will play.
おく
れた
やつ
おに
われろ

Devil take the hindmost.
 
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