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14 word matches found for '顎' using reading 'あご'
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chin; jaw  (often written with kana only)
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noun
upper jaw; palate
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expression, 'u' godan verb
1. to set somebody to work in an arrogant fashion; to push somebody around; to indicate by pointing one's chin  (see also: 頤で人を使う)
2. to chatter; to jaw; to jabber  (slang)
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noun
double chin
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noun
beard (esp. on the chin); goatee  (often written with kana only)
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pull one's chin in
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noun
cleft chin  (see also: あご割れ; often written with kana only; slang)
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noun
chin strap
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noun
suddenly lifting somebody's face by their chin (in a domineering yet romantic fashion)  (colloquialism)
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expression, ichidan verb
to have a turned-up chin
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noun
cleft chin
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expression, 'ru' godan verb
to jerk one's chin; to nod toward; to point one's chin at  (see also: 決る)
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expression
(person) with a turned-up chin
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expression, 'ru' godan verb
to lose one's means of livelihood; to become unable to earn a living
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