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There are 31 total results for your Sabir search.

Characters Pronunciation
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 sabiru / サビル
(personal name) Sabile; Savile; Saville


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 sabiraki / さびらき (place-name) Sabiraki


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 asabiraki / あさびらき (place-name) Asabiraki


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 kusabiraki / くさびらき (surname) Kusabiraki


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 sabiiro / sabiro / さびいろ (noun - becomes adjective with の) rust (colour)


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 sabiiro / sabiro / さびいろ (noun - becomes adjective with の) rust (colour)


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 sabire / サビレ (place-name) Sabile


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 sabirakibashi / さびらきばし (place-name) Sabirakibashi


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 sabireru / さびれる (v1,vi) (1) to decline (in prosperity); to become deserted; to become desolate; (2) to taper off (of a sound)


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 sabirogawa / さびろがわ (place-name) Sabirogawa


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 asabirakimachi / あさびらきまち (place-name) Asabirakimachi


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 kousabira / kosabira / こうさびら (place-name) Kousabira


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 sabiru / さびる (v1,vi) to rust; to become rusty


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 sabiran / サビラン (colloquialism) (from さびしい + ランチ) eating lunch alone (esp. at the office); sad lunch


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 sabiroi / サビロイ saveloy


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 sabiiru / sabiru / サビール (personal name) Sabil


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 kamisabiru / かみさびる (v1,vi) to have an air of sublimity; to appear majestic


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 sabireru / さびれる (v1,vi) (1) to decline (in prosperity); to become deserted; to become desolate; (2) to taper off (of a sound)


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 sabiriano / サビリアノ (place-name) Savigliano


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 sabirurou / sabiruro / サビルロウ (place-name) Savile Row


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 sabiiro / sabiro / さびいろ (noun - becomes adjective with の) rust (colour)


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 sabiironeko / sabironeko / サビイロネコ rusty-spotted cat (Prionailurus rubiginosus)


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 sabiru rou / sabiru ro / サビル・ロウ (place-name) Savile Row


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 sabiiro / sabiro / さびいろ (noun - becomes adjective with の) rust (colour)


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 toreesabiriti / トレーサビリティ traceability


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 sabireru / さびれる (v1,vi) (1) to decline (in prosperity); to become deserted; to become desolate; (v1,vi) (2) to taper off (of a sound)


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 sabiiroootokage / sabiroootokage / サビイロオオトカゲ rusty monitor (Varanus semiremex, species of carnivorous monitor lizard native to the east coast of Queensland, Australia)


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 toreesabiritii / toreesabiriti / トレーサビリティー traceability


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 akasabiru / あかさびる (v1,vi) (usu. as 赤錆びた) to rust; to become rusty


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 kuwacchiisabira;kuwacchiisabira / kuwacchisabira;kuwacchisabira / くわっちーさびら;クワッチーサビラ (expression) (rkb:) thank you (for the meal just served)


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 toreesabiriti;toreesabiritii / toreesabiriti;toreesabiriti / トレーサビリティ;トレーサビリティー traceability
This page contains 31 results for "Sabir" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

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A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Japanese Bath House

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