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18 words found beginning with '藩'
noun
feudal lord; daimyo
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feudal retainer or warrior
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noun
ancestor of a feudal lord  (archaic)
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noun
maharaja; maharajah; nawab
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noun
clan school; han school
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noun
feudal lord; daimyo
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noun
inside a clan; same clan
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noun
Edo-period doctor working at a public clinic  (archaic)
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native state (of pre-independence India); princely state
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governor of a feudal domain (1869-1871)  (see also: 知藩事)
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Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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