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31 words found containing '吾' in any position
1
Most common form:
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2
Most common form: ウイグル
noun
Uighur (Turkic people and language in China); Uygur  (often written with kana only)
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Most common form: 和主
noun
you (familiar or derogatory)  (archaic)
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Most common form: 和殿
noun
you (familiar or derogatory)  (archaic)
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1
noun
my child
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4
Most common form: 東コート
noun
Azuma coat; type of coat worn over a kimono; popular in the middle of the Meiji era
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3
noun
burnet
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1
Most common form:
1. I; me
2. oneself  (this meaning is restricted to reading われ, わ)
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expression
I am content with what I am (have); Rich is the person who is content with what he is  (yojijukugo)
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1
noun
my wife
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