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16 exact word matches found in search 'きょう'
noun (temporal) (jisoumeishi)
1. today; this day
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noun (suffix)
1. lord; sir  (honorific)
this meaning is restricted to reading きょう
noun
2. state minister (i.e. under the ritsuryo system)  (see also: 律令制)
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noun
1. imperial capital (esp. Kyoto)
this meaning is restricted to reading きょう
2. final word of an iroha-uta  (see also: 伊呂波歌)
this meaning is restricted to reading きょう
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noun
sutra; Buddhist scriptures
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noun
1. interest; entertainment; pleasure
2. implicit comparison (style of the Shi Jing)  (see also: 六義)
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2. evil; wickedness  (usu. 凶)
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noun
1. border; boundary  (usu. さかい)
2. turning point; watershed  (often ...を境に)
this meaning is restricted to reading さかい
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noun (suffix)
1. a little over; a little more than
2. powerhouse; one of the biggest; one of the most powerful
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pons (pontes); pons Varolii; pontine; part of the brain stem (links the medulla oblongata and cerebellum with the midbrain)
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noun
1. hometown
2. rural township (of China)
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159 words found beginning with 'きょう'
noun
1. classroom
2. department; laboratory
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noun
1. siblings; brothers and sisters  (see also: ご兄弟)
2. brothers
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church
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training; education
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cooperation; collaboration  (see also: ご協力)
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teacher (classroom)
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doing together (as equals); sharing; common (land, etc.); joint (statement, etc.); cooperation; co-operation; collaboration; association  (esp. 共同)
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1. commonness; community
2. to be common; to be shared
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1. professor
2. teaching; instruction
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noun
interest (in something); curiosity (about something); zest (for)
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