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うさぎ
usagi
Meaning rabbit, hare

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Kana
Definition
うさぎ
usagi
noun usually kana rabbit, hare, coney, cony, lagomorph (esp. leporids)
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兎も角 ともかく
tomokaku
adverb usually kana anyhow, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case, be that as it may
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兎角 とかく
tokaku
  1. adverb no-adjective noun auxillary suru verb (doing) various things, (doing) this and that
  2. being apt to, being prone to, tending to become
  3. somehow or other, anyhow, anyway
  4. Buddhist term rabbit horns (used as a metaphor for things that do not exist)
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u
noun usually kana rabbit, hare, coney, cony, lagomorph (esp. leporids)
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兎に角 とにかく
tonikaku
adverb usually kana anyhow, at any rate, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case, at least
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兎や角言う とやかくいう
toyakakuiu
Expression Godan-u verb to say all kinds of things, to complain, to find fault (with)
家兎 かと
kato
noun domestic rabbit, tame rabbit
家兎 いえうさぎ
ieusagi
noun domestic rabbit, tame rabbit
兎にも角にも とにもかくにも
tonimokakunimo
adverb usually kana anyhow, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case
兎の毛 うのけ
unoke
noun just a hair
兎も角も ともかくも
tomokakumo
adverb usually kana anyhow, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case, be that as it may
兎もあれ ともあれ
tomoare
adverb usually kana anyhow, in any case
兎も有れ ともあれ
tomoare
adverb usually kana anyhow, in any case
兎や角 とやかく
toyakaku
adverb usually kana anyhow, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case, all kinds of this, this and that
兎結び うさぎむすび
usagimusubi
noun loop knot
兎耳 うさぎみみ
usagimimi
noun long ears, gossiper
兎狩り うさぎがり
usagigari
noun rabbit hunting
兎肉 とにく
toniku
noun rabbit meat
兎馬 うさぎうま
usagiuma
noun donkey
兎網 うさぎあみ
usagiami
noun rabbit-catching net
木兎 つく
tsuku
noun usually kana horned owl
兎欠 いぐち
iguchi
noun sensitive harelip, cleft lip
兎欠 とけつ
toketsu
noun sensitive harelip, cleft lip
兎唇 いぐち
iguchi
noun sensitive harelip, cleft lip
兎唇 としん
toshin
noun sensitive harelip, cleft lip
兎唇 みつくち
mitsukuchi
noun sensitive harelip, cleft lip
兎脣 いぐち
iguchi
noun sensitive harelip, cleft lip
兎脣 としん
toshin
noun sensitive harelip, cleft lip
兎口 みつくち
mitsukuchi
noun sensitive harelip, cleft lip
野兎 のうさぎ
nousagi
  1. noun Japanese hare (Lepus brachyurus)
  2. wild rabbit
野兎 やと
yato
  1. noun Japanese hare (Lepus brachyurus)
  2. wild rabbit
兎小屋 うさぎごや
usagigoya
  1. noun rabbit hutch
  2. small Japanese houses, cramped Japanese housing
雪兎 ゆきうさぎ
yukiusagi
  1. noun usually kana mountain hare (Lepus timidus), blue hare, tundra hare, variable hare, white hare, alpine hare
  2. hare made of snow
アンゴラ兎 アンゴラうさぎ
angorausagi
noun Angora rabbit
脱兎さん だっとさん
dattosan
noun Datsun (motor car from Nissan Motor Company)
烏兎匆々 うとそうそう
utosousou
Expression days and nights passing by quickly, months and years flying by, Time flies
烏兎匆匆 うとそうそう
utosousou
Expression days and nights passing by quickly, months and years flying by, Time flies
狡兎三窟 こうとさんくつ
koutosankutsu
noun very shrewd in preparing a means of escape, being very good at escaping danger
二兎 にと
nito
noun archaism two rabbits
一兎 いっと
itto
noun archaism one rabbit
兎口 すぐち
suguchi
noun obscure harelip, cleft lip
兎児尾苗 るりとらのお
ruritoranoo
noun beach speedwell, Veronica Longifolia
亀毛兎角 きもうとかく
kimoutokaku
Expression obscure Buddhist term fur on turtles and horns on rabbits (used as a metaphor for things that do not exist)
兎角亀毛 とかくきもう
tokakukimou
Expression obscure Buddhist term horns on rabbits and fur on turtles (used as a metaphor for things that do not exist)
野兎病 やとびょう
yatobyou
noun rabbit fever, tularemia (tularaemia)
かんじき兎 かんじきうさぎ
kanjikiusagi
noun usually kana snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus), snowshoe rabbit
飼兎 かいうさぎ
kaiusagi
noun domestic rabbit (variety of European rabbit, Oryctolagus cuniculus)
穴兎 あなうさぎ
anausagi
noun usually kana European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
啼兎 なきうさぎ
nakiusagi
noun usually kana pika (rabbit-like animal of family Ochotonidae)
鳴兎 なきうさぎ
nakiusagi
noun usually kana pika (rabbit-like animal of family Ochotonidae)
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