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14 words found beginning with '鈴'
noun
tray for a singing bowl on a Buddhist altar
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tinkling of a small bell; ringtone
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expression, 'ru' godan verb
to grow in clusters
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Most common form: すずらん
noun
lily of the valley (Convallaria keiskei)  (often written with kana only)
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noun
1. bell cricket (Meloimorpha japonicus)  (often written with kana only)
2. pine cricket (Xenogryllus marmoratus)  (see also: 松虫; archaic)
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noun
1. bunches (e.g. of fruit); clusters
2. crammed (e.g. with people); overflowing
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Most common form: 鈴をころがすよう
expression, 'na' adjective
clear and beautiful (of a woman's voice)
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0
Most common form: スズナ
noun
turnip (Brassica rapa)  (see also: ; often written with kana only)
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expression, 'su' godan verb
to ring a bell
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noun
1. entrance to a daimyo's mansion
2. glans (of the penis)
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