Components
1923 words found containing '大' in any position
prefix
1. the large part of
2. big; large; great
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big; large  (see also: )
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1. great; grand; large  (archaic)
2. greater (of equal court ranks); upper; senior  (see also: ; also written as 正)
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1. greater (of equal court ranks); upper; senior  (see also: ; also written as 正; archaic)
2. a great deal; very much  (see also: 大いなる, 大いに)
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noun
1. post-secondary education institution, incl. university, college, etc.  (see also: 総合大学)
2. former central university of Kyoto (established under the ritsuryo system for the training of government administrators)  (see also: 大学寮, 国学; abbreviation)
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considerably; greatly; a lot  (often written with kana only)
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convention; tournament; mass meeting; rally
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very; much; greatly; a lot of
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big; large; great; loud
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loveable; very likeable; like very much
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