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27 words found beginning with '吾'
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noun
1. eastern Japan (esp. Kamakura or Edo, from perspective of Kyoto or Nara); eastern provinces  (archaic)
2. east  (archaic)
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1. I (nuance of arrogance); me; myself  (archaic; male term or language)
2. we; us; ourselves
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Most common form: 我等
1. we; us
2. I; me  (archaic)
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we  (archaic)
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Most common form: 我らが
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Most common form: 和主
noun
you (familiar or derogatory)  (archaic)
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pronoun
1. you  (archaic)
2. myself; oneself  (see also: 我が身; original meaning; archaic)
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Most common form: 和殿
noun
you (familiar or derogatory)  (archaic)
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noun
my child
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