2 exact word matches found in search 'おつ'
1. second (party to an agreement); the B party (e.g. in a contract); the latter; defendant  (see also: )
2. stylish; chic; spicy; witty; tasty; romantic
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Nidan verb (upper class) with `tsu' ending (archaic), intransitive verb
1. to fall down; to drop; to fall (e.g. rain); to sink (e.g. sun or moon); to fall onto (e.g. light or one's gaze)  (see also: 落ちる; archaic)
2. to be omitted; to be missing  (see also: 落ちる; archaic)
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4 words found beginning with 'おつ'
change (i.e. money); balance  (see also: 釣り; polite (teineigo) language)
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1. errand; mission; going as envoy  (see also: 使い; polite (teineigo) language)
2. messenger; bearer; errand boy; errand girl  (polite (teineigo) language)
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1. thank you; many thanks; much appreciated
2. that's enough for today
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expression, noun
motion of a baby gently hitting his own face with both of his hands
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