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3 exact word matches found in search '鹿'
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noun
deer (esp. the sika deer, Cervus nippon)
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Most common form:
noun
1. beast (esp. one used for its meat, such as a boar or a deer)  (archaic)
2. hunting (of animals such as boar, deer, etc.)  (see also: 獣狩り; abbreviation)
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noun
1. deer meat  (see also: 鹿肉)
2. deer  (see also: 鹿; archaic)
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31 words found beginning with '鹿'
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Most common form: ひじき
noun
hijiki (dark edible seaweed usu. sold in dried black strips; Hizikia fusiformis)  (often written with kana only)
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noun
1. fawn colour
2. fawn-colored horse
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noun
Kagoshima prefecture (Kyushu)
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deerskin
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noun
1. cloth dyed in a dappled pattern  (see also: 鹿の子絞り; abbreviation)
2. pattern of white spots; dapples  (see also: 鹿の子斑; abbreviation)
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noun
venison; deer meat
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noun
cloth dyed in a dapple pattern  (see also: 鹿の子)
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noun
1. funori; glue plant; marine alga of the genus Gloiopeltis
2. funori; glue used as sizing for textiles
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noun
hinged bamboo water cup or trough, which makes a percussive sound periodically as it tips over
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noun
deer; fawn  (archaic)
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141 words found containing '鹿' in any position
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noun
deer (esp. the sika deer, Cervus nippon)
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Most common form: バカ
noun
1. fool; idiot  (often written with kana only)
2. trivial matter; folly; absurdity  (often written with kana only)
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noun
Kagoshima prefecture (Kyushu)
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Most common form: バカよけ
noun or verb acting prenominally
foolproof
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noun
1. cloth dyed in a dappled pattern  (see also: 鹿の子絞り; abbreviation)
2. pattern of white spots; dapples  (see also: 鹿の子斑; abbreviation)
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Most common form: バカらしい
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to make fun of; to look down on; to make light of
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Most common form: バカにできない
expression
someone (something) not to be trifled with
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Most common form: ばかやろう
noun, interjection (kandoushi)
idiot  (often written with kana only; colloquialism; derogatory; yojijukugo)
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Most common form: あしか
eared seal (esp. the California sea lion, Zalophus californianus); sea lion  (see also: 海豹; often written with kana only)
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