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55 words found beginning with '団'
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noun
organization; organisation; association
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noun
multi-unit apartments; apartment complex
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unity; union; combination
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noun
leader of a delegation (body, party)
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noun
group member
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noun
1. dango; dumpling (usu. sweet); doughboy
2. ball-shaped object; something round
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noun
1. mass; lump
2. baby boom generation (of 1947-1949); babyboomer (born between 1947-1949)  (see also: 団塊の世代; abbreviation)
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Most common form: うちわ
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uchiwa; type of traditional Japanese handheld fan  (often written with kana only)
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Most common form: ダンゴムシ
noun
pillbug; pill bug; woodlouse; sowbug; sow bug; slater  (often written with kana only)
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Most common form: ドングリカボチャ
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acorn squash (Cucurbita pepo var. turbinata)  (often written with kana only)
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