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5 exact word matches found in search 'たけ'
noun
1. bamboo
2. middle (of a three-tier ranking system)
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noun
1. height; stature
2. length (esp. of clothing)
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noun, suffix
1. peak
2. mountain
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noun
mushroom  (often written with kana only)
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noun
another family; another house
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6 words found beginning with 'たけ'
noun
ox or whale penis, used as a tonic or aphrodisiac
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noun
(walk on) stilts; bamboo horse
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noun
1. bamboo shoot  (often written with kana only)
2. inexperienced doctor; quack  (see also: 筍医者; abbreviation; often written with kana only; this meaning is restricted to reading たけのこ)
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to rage; to rampage  (see also: 荒れ狂う)
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'tsu' godan verb, intransitive verb
1. to rage  (esp. 猛り立つ)
2. to howl  (esp. 哮り立つ)
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noun
inexperienced doctor; quack  (see also: ヤブ医者)
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