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24 words found beginning with '蔵'
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Most common form: しまう
'u' godan verb, transitive verb
1. to finish; to stop; to end; to put an end to; to bring to a close  (often written with kana only)
2. to close (a business, etc.); to close down; to shut down; to shut up  (often written with kana only)
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book collection; library
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noun
Minister of Finance
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noun
1. brewery (sake, soy); brewer
2. warehouse overseer  (archaic)
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Most common form: 藏人
noun
1. keeper of imperial archives
2. worker skilled in the brewing of sake or soy sauce
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noun
one's library
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suru verb - special class
to store; to contain
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noun
stored rice
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Most common form: 倉出し
releasing stored goods (esp. sake); delivery (of goods from a storehouse)  (see also: 蔵入れ)
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Most common form: 造面
noun
rectangular bugaku mask made of thick paper and white silk with facial features drawn on it  (see also: 舞楽)
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