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10 words found beginning with '斗'
strife; conflict
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noun
fighting spirit
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noun
the whole world; south of the Big Dipper  (archaic)
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noun
square framing (in a house, temple, screen, etc.)
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noun
1. square (shape)
this meaning is restricted to reading ますがた
2. square bearing block (at the top of a pillar)
this meaning is restricted to form 斗形
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noun
kegs of sake; lot of sake
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noun
Chinese "Dipper" constellation (one of the 28 mansions)  (see also: ; astronomy, etc. term)
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noun
piece of wood supporting deeply receded eaves, esp. in temple construction
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noun
18-litre measuring container
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Chinese "Legs" constellation (one of the 28 mansions)  (see also: )
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