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35 words found beginning with '芳'
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perfume; fragrance; aroma; balm; sweet scent
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Most common form: 香しい
1. sweet; fragrant; aromatic  (see also: 香ばしい)
2. good (e.g. reputation, rumor); favorable  (esp. neg. for unsavory, etc.)
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Most common form: 香ばしい
1. fragrant; aromatic; sweet-smelling  (see also: 芳しい)
2. savory (smelling); savoury
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Most common form: 香しい
sweet-smelling; scentful; fragrant  (often written with kana only)
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noun
beautiful tree; tree producing beautiful flowers  (archaic)
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noun
aromatic
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noun
honorific reference to another's kind intentions
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fragrant herb
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mellow (flavor or fragrance, esp. alcohol); rich; full-bodied; superior
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poor; unfavourable; unfavorable; disgraceful
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