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On-yomi
ハク
haku
ヒョウ
hyou
Meaning clap, beat (music)

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拍手 はくしゅ
hakushu
noun auxillary suru verb clapping hands, applause
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拍子 ひょうし
hyoushi
  1. noun (musical) time, tempo, beat, rhythm
  2. the moment, the instance, chance
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脈拍 みゃくはく
myakuhaku
noun no-adjective medical term pulse, pulse rate, pulsation, stroke of pulse
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拍車 はくしゃ
hakusha
noun (riding) spur
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心拍 しんぱく
shinpaku
noun no-adjective heart rate
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手拍子 てびょうし
tebyoushi
  1. noun auxillary suru verb beating time with one's hands, clapping to the beat
  2. noun making a careless move (in Go, shogi, etc.), responding to an opponent's move without proper thought
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三拍子 さんびょうし
sanbyoushi
noun triple time (music), 3 important requisites
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心拍数 しんぱくすう
shinpakusuu
noun one's heart rate, pulse rate
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拍子抜け ひょうしぬけ
hyoushinuke
noun auxillary suru verb no-adjective anticlimax, let-down, disappointment, loss of interest
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拍手を打つ かしわでをうつ
kashiwadewoutsu
Expression Godan-tsu verb to clap one's hands in prayer
口拍子 くちびょうし
kuchibyoushi
noun counting time orally
二拍子 にびょうし
nibyoushi
noun duple meter, duple metre, duple time
拍子木 ひょうしぎ
hyoushigi
noun wooden clappers
拍車を掛ける はくしゃをかける
hakushawokakeru
Expression Ichidan verb to spur (on), to expedite, to encourage
拍車をかける はくしゃをかける
hakushawokakeru
Expression Ichidan verb to spur (on), to expedite, to encourage
拍数 はくすう
hakusuu
noun count of beats in music
変拍子 へんびょうし
henbyoushi
noun change of rhythm
拍動 はくどう
hakudou
noun auxillary suru verb no-adjective pulsation, pulsebeat
四拍子 よんびょうし
yonbyoushi
noun quadruple time
四拍子 しびょうし
shibyoushi
noun quadruple time
拍子記号 ひょうしきごう
hyoushikigou
noun time signature
拍手喝采 はくしゅかっさい
hakushukassai
noun auxillary suru verb clapping and cheering, applause
足拍子 あしびょうし
ashibyoushi
noun beating time with one's foot
膝拍子 ひざびょうし
hizabyoushi
noun keeping time by tapping one's knees
突拍子も無い とっぴょうしもない
toppyoushimonai
adjective astounding, tremendous, crazy, exorbitant
突拍子もない とっぴょうしもない
toppyoushimonai
adjective astounding, tremendous, crazy, exorbitant
白拍子 しらびょうし
shirabyoushi
  1. noun archaism dancing girl (end of the Heian period)
  2. prostitute
  3. tempo in gagaku
素拍子 しらびょうし
shirabyoushi
  1. noun archaism dancing girl (end of the Heian period)
  2. prostitute
  3. tempo in gagaku
拍手 かしわで
kashiwade
noun clapping one's hands in prayer (at a shrine)
とんとん拍子 とんとんびょうし
tontonbyoushi
adverb without a hitch, swimmingly, with rapid strides
トントン拍子 トントンびょうし
tontonbyoushi
adverb without a hitch, swimmingly, with rapid strides
心拍計 しんぱくけい
shinpakukei
noun heart rate monitor, cardiometer watch
web拍手 ウェブはくしゅ
webuhakushu
noun system for showing appreciation to the author of a web-site, virtual applause, web-applause
ウェブ拍手 ウェブはくしゅ
webuhakushu
noun system for showing appreciation to the author of a web-site, virtual applause, web-applause
はく
haku
  1. noun counter beat (music)
  2. mora (rhythmic unit)
一拍 いっぱく
ippaku
  1. noun one clap
  2. one beat
  3. one mora (taken as a unit of time)
拍板 びんざさら
binzasara
noun percussion instrument made of small pieces wood strung together
拍板 はくはん
hakuhan
noun paiban (clapper made from several flat pieces of wood)
三拍子揃う さんびょうしそろう
sanbyoushisorou
Expression Godan-u verb meeting all three important conditions, being a triple threat, being ideal
笏拍子 しゃくびょうし
shakubyoushi
noun clapper (two long pieces of wood that are clapped together; used in gagaku, etc.)
笏拍子 さくほうし
sakuhoushi
noun clapper (two long pieces of wood that are clapped together; used in gagaku, etc.)
尺拍子 しゃくびょうし
shakubyoushi
noun clapper (two long pieces of wood that are clapped together; used in gagaku, etc.)
尺拍子 さくほうし
sakuhoushi
noun clapper (two long pieces of wood that are clapped together; used in gagaku, etc.)
強拍 きょうはく
kyouhaku
noun accented beat
弱拍 じゃくはく
jakuhaku
noun unaccented beat
拍車がかかる はくしゃがかかる
hakushagakakaru
Expression Godan-ru verb to expedite, to encourage, to spur (on)
拍車が掛かる はくしゃがかかる
hakushagakakaru
Expression Godan-ru verb to expedite, to encourage, to spur (on)
小拍子 こびょうし
kobyoushi
noun wooden rods (square, used in a pair) used in Kansai-area rakugo (e.g. to mark scene changes), small clapper
拍手を送る はくしゅをおくる
hakushuwookuru
Expression Godan-ru verb to give a round of applause, to applaud
三三七拍子 さんさんななびょうし
sansannanabyoushi
noun three-three-seven rhythmic clapping pattern, 3-3-7 beat
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