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1 exact word match found in search '弟'
noun
1. younger brother; little brother; kid brother  (humble)
2. pupil; apprentice  (archaic; this meaning is restricted to reading てい)
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21 words found beginning with '弟'
pupil; disciple; adherent; follower; apprentice; young person; teacher's student-helper
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noun
younger brother and sister
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noun
12th lunar month  (see also: 師走; obscure term)
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noun
younger brother  (honorific)
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noun
parent's younger brother; uncle
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noun
friend treated as younger brother
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noun
Hypericum erectum (species of St. John's wort)  (often written with kana only)
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noun
pupil; new disciple
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noun
younger daughters
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noun
younger brother  (archaic; polite (teineigo) language)
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87 words found containing '弟' in any position
noun
1. younger brother; little brother; kid brother  (humble)
2. pupil; apprentice  (archaic; this meaning is restricted to reading てい)
(click the word to view an additional 3 readings)
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noun
1. siblings; brothers and sisters  (see also: ご兄弟)
2. brothers
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pupil; disciple; adherent; follower; apprentice; young person; teacher's student-helper
(click the word to view an additional 1 reading)
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noun
cousin (male)  (see also: 従姉妹; often written with kana only)
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noun
young(er) people; children
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noun
younger brother and sister
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noun
one's (biological) younger brother
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noun
teacher and student
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noun
parents and siblings; one's relatives
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noun
favorite pupil; favourite pupil; teacher's pet
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