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  • ha

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  • noun
    tooth

    Karada - The body

    Different parts of the body in Japanese

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    Karada - The body!

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    • 12 strokes

      tooth, cog

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    • Japanese sentence

      その赤ちゃんは歯が生えはじめている。 

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      English translation

      The baby is cutting his teeth.

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    • よわい yowai

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    • noun
      (one's) age

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      • 12 strokes

        tooth, cog