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天鵝絨

gairaigoPortuguese originatejirarely-used kanji formusually written using kana alonenounnoun (generic)noun taking the genitive case particle のadjective (generic)

Tags

gairaigo
Borrowed word, foreign origin word #gairaigo
Portuguese origin
Gairaigo: Words adopted from Portuguese #por
ateji
Words using kanji only phonetically. Kanji meaning may have no relation with the meaning of the word. #ateji
rarely-used kanji form
rarely-used kanji form #rK
usually written using kana alone
Words and expressions which are always written using hiragana or katakana. #uk
noun
noun (common) (futsuumeishi) #n
noun (generic)
All kinds of Japanese nouns #noun
noun taking the genitive case particle の
Nouns that can be converted into genitive case using the particle の. #adj-no
adjective (generic)
All kinds of Japanese adjectives #adj

Reading

  • びろうど
    びろうど
    biroudo
  • (てん)()(じゅう)
    じゅ
    tengajuu

Meaning

How to write

Not available for this kanji.

Origin: Portuguese word veludo

Word of Portuguese origin

From Portuguese word veludo (English: velvet). 1

ベルベット (from English velvet) is also used today.

Kanji in this word

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Example sentences