Readings of the Japanese word.
The word is written in kanji with furigana over each character. There is also the transliteration written in kana (hiragana or katakana) and romaji using the Hepburn method. Some words indicated by the symbol have a computer-generated audio that can be listened to by clicking on it.
Words having multiple readings will be ordered by popularity.
Translation of the selected word to several languages.
There are cases where a word may have different meanings. In that case all the meanings will be ordered by popularity.
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What do you know about the Japanese mythological creature tengu?
The Japanese Goblin or Tengu (literally “heaven dog”) is another kind of creature appearing in traditional Japanese folklore. It is a supernatural being usually depicted with a bird-like appearance (with fears and beak). Later on his form was humanized and what it was the beak became a really long human nose.
They are supposed to be the ghosts of angry, vain or heretical priests, possessing people and talking trough their mouths.