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50 words found containing '娘' in any position
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noun
1. (my) daughter
2. girl (i.e. a young, unmarried woman)  (see also: )
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noun
1. unmarried woman
noun (suffix)
2. Miss  (after a name)
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3
noun
granddaughter
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4
noun
son-in-law
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noun
young woman who uses the first person pronoun "boku"  (see also: オレっ娘; manga slang)
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4
noun
only daughter
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noun
1. girl; young (unmarried) woman  (archaic)
2. (grown) woman; lady  (this meaning is restricted to reading じょうし)
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noun
daughter of the home; unmarried woman who owns (the future rights to) a home
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stepdaughter
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noun
1. treating somebody as one's own daughter; someone who is treated as a daughter
2. woman who manages geisha (Edo period)  (archaic)
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