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うりずん /(n) climate of the third month of the lunar calendar in Okinawa (end of the dry season)/early summer

アーリー /(adj-f) early

アーリーアメリカン;アーリー・アメリカン /(n) early American

アーリーミュージック;アーリー・ミュージック /(n) early music

オルシコン /(n) orthicon (early form of television camera tube)

カセアサウルス亜目 [カセアサウルスあもく] /(n) Caseasauria/Pelycosauria suborder of early synapsids

カセア亜目 [カセアあもく] /(n) Caseasauria/suborder of early pelycosaurs

カリス /(n) (1) (See 三美神) Charis (gre:)/Grace/minor goddess of charm, beauty, etc./(2) (early Japanese Christian term) (See 聖杯・1) chalice (for Holy Communion) (por:)

ゴールデンウィーク(P);ゴールデンウイーク;ゴールデン・ウィーク;ゴールデン・ウイーク /(n) Golden Week (early-May holiday season in Japan)

ジャータカ /(n) {Buddh} Jataka (san:)/collection of texts on the early lives of Buddha (4th century BCE)

ジンジャントロプス /(n) Zinjanthropus (early man)

タミフる /(v5r,vi) (sl) (See タミフル) to panic (from the flu panics of late 2000's and early 2010's)/to act frantically/to act bizarrely

ドミンゴ /(n) (arch) Sunday (esp. as the sabbath in early Japanese Christianity) (por: domingo)

ドロン;どろん /(n,vs) absconding/taking oneself off/slipping out (home) unnoticed early (e.g. from work, out of parties, etc.)

ドン;どん /(adv-to,adv) (1) (on-mim) bang/bam/boom/thud/thump/crash/(n) (2) noontime signal gun (early Meiji to early Showa)/noontime signal shot/(pref) (3) (See ど・1) precisely/exactly/plumb/totally/very/(suf) (4) (See 殿・どの) polite suffix used after a person's name (often of an apprentice; used much more broadly in southern Kyushu)

バシロサウルス /(n) basilosaurus (member of a genus of early whales)

パンサラッサ /(n) Panthalassa/vast global ocean during the late Paleozoic and the early Mesozoic periods

プレミアムフライデー;プレミアム・フライデー /(n) last Friday of the month (wasei: Premium Friday)/government-backed campaign to allow workers to go home early the last Friday of the month

モッズ /(n) mods (trendy young people in early '60s Britain)

モルガヌコドン目 [モルガヌコドンもく] /(n) Morganucodonta/extinct order of early mammals or mammal-like creatures

ヤンママ /(n) (ヤン is from ヤンキー or ヤング) (See ヤンキー・2,ヤング) young mother (i.e. early twenties or younger, sometimes previously a juvenile delinquent)

ローティーン;ロー・ティーン /(n) early teens (wasei: low teen)

阿国歌舞伎 [おくにかぶき] /(n) Okuni kabuki/progenitor of modern kabuki, developed by Izumo Taisha shrine maiden Izumo no Okuni and popularized in Kyoto (early Edo period)

安宅船;阿武船 [あたけぶね] /(n) large warship of the Muromachi and early Edo periods

異常天候早期警戒情報 [いじょうてんこうそうきけいかいじょうほう] /(n) early warning information on extreme weather

異人館 [いじんかん] /(n) Western style residences built mostly for early foreign settlers during the end of the Shogunate and the Meiji era

一足早い;ひと足早い [ひとあしはやい] /(exp,adj-i) slightly early/just before

羽子板 [はごいた] /(n) battledore (early form of badminton racket)

永楽銭 [えいらくせん] /(n) Chinese coinage produced during the reign of the Yongle Emperor (used in Japan from the Muromachi period to the early Edo period)

遠距離早期警戒線 [えんきょりそうきけいかいせん] /(n) Distant Early Warning Line (US, Canada)/DEW Line

往来物 [おうらいもの] /(n) (arch) elementary school textbook, used from late Heian to early Meiji periods

黄金週間 [おうごんしゅうかん] /(n) Golden Week (early-May holiday season in Japan)

仮名草子;仮名草紙 [かなぞうし] /(n) (yoji) early Edo-period book written entirely in kana or in a mixture of kana and kanji (primarily intended for women and children)

夏菊 [なつぎく] /(n) early chrysanthemums

歌舞伎者;傾奇者;かぶき者 [かぶきもの] /(n) (yoji) dandy/peacock/early-17th-century equivalent of present-day yakuza/Edo-period eccentric who attracted public attention with their eye-catching clothes, peculiar hairstyle, and weird behavior

歌舞伎踊り;歌舞伎踊 [かぶきおどり] /(n) early kabuki dance

開拓使 [かいたくし] /(n) early-Meiji administrative unit for Hokkaido (1869-1882)

貝寄せ;貝寄;貝寄風 [かいよせ] /(n) west wind in the early spring (traditionally on the night of the 20th day of the second month of the lunar calendar)/wind that blows seashells ashore

寒梅 [かんばい] /(n) (1) plum tree which blossoms in winter/early-flowering plum tree/(2) early plum blossoms

寒露 [かんろ] /(n) (1) late-autumn or early-winter dew/(2) (See 二十四節気) "cold dew" solar term (approx. Oct. 8)

間もないころ;間も無いころ [まもないころ] /(exp) in the early period (of something)/at the beginning

雁渡し [かりわたし] /(n) (obsc) northern wind in early autumn

期日前投票 [きじつまえとうひょう] /(n) early voting

緊急地震速報 [きんきゅうじしんそくほう] /(n) Earthquake Early Warning/EEW

近古 [きんこ] /(n) early modern age

近世 [きんせい] /(n,adj-no) early modern times (Azuchi-Momoyama period to Edo period, 1568-1867)/modern times/recent times

近世文学 [きんせいぶんがく] /(n) early-modern literature/Edo-period literature (1600-1867)

原始キリスト教 [げんしキリストきょう] /(n) early Christianity/1st and 2nd century Christianity

原始教会 [げんしきょうかい] /(n) the early church/the primitive church

原初的 [げんしょてき] /(adj-na) early/primitive/primordial

古楽 [こがく] /(n) ancient (early) music

古備前 [こびぜん] /(n) (1) Bizen sword (mid-Heian to early Kamakura periods)/(2) (See 備前焼) ancient Bizen ware (Kamakura to early Momoyama periods)

五月雨 [さみだれ;さつきあめ] /(n) early-summer rain

五月晴れ;五月晴;皐月晴れ [さつきばれ] /(n) early-summer fine weather (during rainy season)

後夜 [ごや] /(n) (1) period from midnight until the early morning/(2) (See 寅の刻) around 4 in the morning

語り部;語りべ;語部 [かたりべ] /(n) (1) (professional) storyteller/(2) hereditary role of narrator in early imperial court

光琳派 [こうりんは] /(n) Korin school/Rimpa school (of painting, 17th-early 20th century)

黒臼子 [くろうすご;クロウスゴ] /(n) (uk) Alaska blueberry (Vaccinium ovalifolium)/early blueberry/oval-leaf bilberry/oval-leaf blueberry/oval-leaf huckleberry

菜種梅雨 [なたねづゆ] /(n) (yoji) long spell of rain in early spring

昨暁 [さくぎょう] /(n-t) early yesterday morning

三錐歯目 [さんすいしもく] /(n) Triconodonta/Eutriconodonta/order of early mammals

参議 [さんぎ] /(n,vs) (1) participation in government/(2) (See 太政官・2) state councillor (in the ritsuryo system)/state councilor/(3) vice-minister (early Meiji period)/(4) Cabinet Councillor (1937-1943)/Cabinet Councilor

始祖鳥 [しそちょう] /(n) Archaeopteryx/extinct genus of early birds

時雨 [しぐれ(P);じう] /(n) (1) rain shower in late autumn (fall) or early winter/(2) (じう only) seasonable rain

自由民権論 [じゆうみんけんろん] /(n) (early Meiji era) democratic rights ideology

鹿の角切り [しかのつのきり] /(n) Deer-Antler-Cutting Ceremony (held in Nara between late October and early November)

七大私学 [しちだいしがく] /(n) (See 大学別曹) seven boarding schools established in Kyoto by noble families during the early Heian period

若い頃(P);若いころ(P) [わかいころ] /(exp,n,n-adv) one's youth/early life/one's early days/one's early years

若隠居 [わかいんきょ] /(n,vs) early retirement

弱冠(P);若冠(iK) [じゃっかん] /(n) (1) twenty years of age/(2) youth/early age/tender age of ...

主殿造り;主殿造 [しゅでんづくり] /(n) (See 書院造) early phase of the shoin-zukuri residential architecture style

終戦直後 [しゅうせんちょくご] /(exp) early post war period/immediately after the war

終朝 [しゅうちょう] /(n) (arch) early morning (from dawn to breakfast)

夙に [つとに] /(adv) (1) (uk) for a long time/since long ago/from childhood/(2) (uk) bright and early/early in the morning

春寒 [しゅんかん] /(n) cold weather in early spring

春山 [はるやま;しゅんざん] /(n) mountain in early spring/mountain that has the appearance of spring

春浅し [はるあさし] /(exp) (See 季語・きご) early, superficial indications of spring (haiku term)

初夏 [しょか(P);はつなつ] /(n) (1) early summer/(2) (しょか only) (obs) fourth month of the lunar calendar

初期 [しょき] /(n,adj-no) (1) early (days)/initial stage/(2) {comp} (See 初期化) initial

初期エンドソーム [しょきエンドソーム] /(n) early endosome

初期キリスト教 [しょきキリストきょう] /(n) early Christianity/ante-Nicene era Christianity

初期不良 [しょきふりょう] /(n) {comp} early failure

初時雨 [はつしぐれ] /(n) (arch) the first rain to fall between the late autumn and the early winter

初秋 [しょしゅう;はつあき] /(n) (1) early autumn (fall)/(2) (しょしゅう only) (obs) (See 文月) seventh month of the lunar calendar

初冬 [しょとう;はつふゆ] /(n-adv,n) (1) early winter/(2) (obs) tenth month of the lunar calendar

初年 [しょねん] /(n-adv,n-t) first year/early years (of a reign or era)

序盤戦 [じょばんせん] /(n) early stages (of a game)/opening phase

宵 [よい] /(n-adv,n-t) evening/early night hours

宵の口 [よいのくち] /(n-adv) nightfall/early evening

宵月 [よいづき] /(n) (See 夕月) evening moon/moon that can only be seen in the early hours of the night (esp. from the 2nd to the 7th of the eight month)

宵寝 [よいね] /(n,vs) going to bed early

小歌 [こうた] /(n) (1) (See 大歌) Heian era court lady's song (accompanying men's oouta)/court lady singing a kouta/(2) (See 小唄,端唄) ditty/ballad/short, hummable, popular tune from Muromachi era to early Edo era/(3) kyogen kouta/style of kyogen song based on the Muromachi songs, often love ballad/(4) noh kouta/unusual style of noh song based on the Muromachi songs

小夜時雨 [さよしぐれ] /(n) (yoji) light shower on a night in late autumn and early winter

少時 [しょうじ] /(n-adv,n-t) one's early days/little while

少輔 [しょう;しょうゆう;すないすけ] /(n) assistant vice-minister (ritsuryo system, early Meiji period)

昭和元禄 [しょうわげんろく] /(n) (yoji) the flourishing mid-Sh醇vwa period (1960s and early 1970s) of peace, rapid economic growth, and life of ease

上座部 [じょうざぶ] /(n) Sthaviravada (early Buddhist movement)

常陸梅 [ひたちうめ] /(n) {sumo} era during early 1900s dominated by the grand champions Hitachiyama and Umegatani II

常陸梅時代 [ひたちうめじだい] /(n) {sumo} era during early 1900s dominated by the grand champions Hitachiyama and Umegatani II

新樹 [しんじゅ] /(n) (See 新緑,若葉) tree covered in fresh green leaves/newly green trees of early Summer

人民委員 [じんみんいいん] /(n) (early Soviet era) People's Commissar

清楽 [しんがく] /(n) (See 清・しん) Qing-era Chinese music (popularized in Japan during the early 19th century)

生い立ち(P);生立ち;生いたち [おいたち] /(n) (1) growth/development/(2) one's early life/upbringing/personal history

西戎 [せいじゅう] /(n) Xirong/Rong/inhabitants of the extremities of China as early as the Shang dynasty (1765-1122 BCE)/barbarians to the west

赤富士 [あかふじ] /(n) red Fuji/when Mt Fuji appears red because of the sun's rays (esp. in the early morning from late summer to early autumn)

切支丹(ateji);吉利支丹(ateji);切死丹(ateji);鬼理死丹(ateji);鬼利死丹(ateji) [きりしたん;キリシタン(P)] /(n) (uk) early Japanese Christianity (from the later Muromachi period) (por: cristao)/early Japanese Christian

先手必勝 [せんてひっしょう] /(exp) (yoji) victory goes to the one who makes the first move/being quick to take action leads to victory/the early bird gets the worm

浅い [あさい] /(adj-i) (1) (ant: 深い・1) shallow/superficial/(2) slight (wound)/light (sleep)/pale (colour)/inadequate (knowledge)/(3) short (time)/early/young

前期 [ぜんき] /(n-t,adj-no) (ant: 後期) first term/first half-year/preceding period/early period

早々(P);早早 [そうそう] /(n-suf,n-adv) (1) as soon as.../just after.../immediately after.../(adv) (2) (usu. as 早々に) hurriedly/in haste/quickly/promptly/early

早々(P);早早 [はやばや] /(adv,adv-to) early/quickly/promptly

早い(P);速い(P);疾い(oK);捷い(oK) [はやい] /(adj-i) (1) (esp. 速い, 疾い, 捷い) fast/quick/hasty/brisk/(2) (esp. 早い) early (in the day, etc.)/premature/(3) (esp. 早い) (too) soon/not yet/(too) early/(4) (esp. 早い) (See 手っ取り早い・1) easy/simple/quick

早う [はよう] /(n,adv) (See 早く) early

早く(P);速く(P) [はやく] /(adv) (1) early/soon/(2) quickly/swiftly/rapidly/fast

早くから [はやくから] /(exp) early on/earlier on/from early

早くも [はやくも] /(adv) already/as early as

早まき;早蒔き [はやまき] /(n,adj-no) (ant: 遅蒔き・おそまき・1) sowing early

早め;速め;早目;速目 [はやめ] /(adj-no) (1) (esp. 早め) early/(2) (esp. 速め) (ant: 遅め・2) fast

早よ;早 [はよ] /(n,adv) (abbr) (See 早う) early

早稲;早生 [わせ] /(n,adj-no) (1) (usu. 早稲) early ripening rice/(2) (usu. 早生) early-ripening fruit (grain, etc.)/(3) (usu. 早生) person who becomes physically or mentally mature at an early age

早稲田 [わせだ;わさだ] /(n) field of early-blooming (or ripening) rice

早引け(P);早引き(P) [はやびけ(早引け)(P);はやびき(早引き)(P)] /(n,vs) leaving work (office, school) early

早過ぎる;早すぎる [はやすぎる] /(adj-f) (See 過ぎる・すぎる・6) premature/untimely (e.g. death)/early

早割 [はやわり] /(n) discount for early booking

早期 [そうき] /(n,adj-no) early stage

早期解決 [そうきかいけつ] /(n) (yoji) early (prompt) settlement/swift resolution/speedy solution

早期解散 [そうきかいさん] /(n) early dissolution (parliament, diet, etc.)

早期癌 [そうきがん] /(n) early-stage cancer

早期警戒 [そうきけいかい] /(n,adj-no) early warning

早期警戒管制機 [そうきけいかいかんせいき] /(n) (See 早期警戒機) airborne early-warning system/AWACS

早期警戒機 [そうきけいかいき] /(n) airborne early-warning system/AWACS

早期警戒情報 [そうきけいかいじょうほう] /(n) (1) Shared Early Warning/SEW/radar and satellite-based system for setecting missile, etc. attacks/(2) (abbr) (See 異常天候早期警戒情報) early warning information on extreme weather

早期治療 [そうきちりょう] /(n) early treatment

早期診断 [そうきしんだん] /(n) early diagnosis

早期退職 [そうきたいしょく] /(n) early retirement

早期退職制度 [そうきたいしょくせいど] /(n) early retirement program/early retirement programme

早期締結 [そうきていけつ] /(n) prompt conclusion/early conclusion

早期発見 [そうきはっけん] /(n) early detection (of an illness)

早期閉経 [そうきへいけい] /(n) {med} premature menopause/early menopause/premature ovarian failure/POF

早起き [はやおき] /(n,vs) early rising

早起きは三文の徳;早起きは三文の得 [はやおきはさんもんのとく] /(exp) the early bird gets the worm

早教育 [そうきょういく] /(n) early education

早御飯 [はやごはん] /(n) (See 早飯・はやめし・2) eating early/early meal

早婚 [そうこん] /(n) (ant: 晩婚) early marriage/marrying young

早咲き;早咲 [はやざき] /(n,adj-no) early blooming/early flowering

早仕舞い [はやじまい] /(n) early closing

早手回し [はやてまわし] /(n) early preparations

早熟 [そうじゅく] /(n,adj-na,adj-no) (See 晩熟) precocity/early ripening/premature development

早出 [はやで] /(n,vs) early arrival

早春 [そうしゅん] /(n-adv,n) early spring

早春賦 [そうしゅんふ] /(n) Ode to Early Spring

早場米 [はやばまい] /(n) (See 遅場米) rice from an early harvest/early rice

早寝 [はやね] /(n,vs) go to bed early

早寝早起き;早ね早おき;早ね早起き [はやねはやおき] /(exp) early to bed early to rise

早世;早逝 [そうせい] /(n,vs) dying young/early death

早成 [そうせい] /(n,adj-no) early completion/maturing early/precocious

早退 [そうたい] /(n,vs) leaving early

早退届;早退届け [そうたいとどけ] /(n) report of early withdrawal (i.e. when one leaves school or work early)

早朝 [そうちょう] /(n-adv,n-t) early morning

早朝の着 [そうちょうのちゃく] /(n) early-morning arrival

早天 [そうてん] /(n) early morning/dawn

早梅 [そうばい] /(n) early-blooming plum tree

早発 [そうはつ] /(n,vs) (1) departing early in the morning/(2) departing earlier than scheduled/(adj-f) (3) {med} premature (e.g. of an disease)/early onset

早飯 [はやめし] /(n) (1) fast eater/(2) early meal

早番 [はやばん] /(n) early arrival

早立ち;早発ち [はやだち] /(n,vs) early-morning departure

草創期 [そうそうき] /(n) initial stages/first stage/early period/pioneer days/beginning/outset

草摘み [くさつかみ] /(n) picking herbs and wildflowers (esp. early spring)

草分け [くさわけ] /(n) (1) pathfinder/trailblazer/early settler/(2) pioneer/founder/originator/groundbreaker

即時型遺伝子 [そくじがたいでんし] /(n) immediate early gene/IEG

大型連休 [おおがたれんきゅう] /(n) (See ゴールデンウィーク) long holiday (esp. Golden Week in late April and early May)

大衆部 [だいしゅぶ] /(n) (See 上座部) Mahasamghika (early Buddhist movement)

大人じみた [おとなじみた] /(adj-f) precocious/unchildlike/early-blooming

丹前風呂 [たんぜんぶろ] /(n) famous bathhouse with prostitutes from the early Edo period

段袋;駄袋 [だんぶくろ] /(n) (1) large cloth sack/(2) baggy trousers (worn in the late-Edo and early-Meiji periods by samurai while practising)

男舞 [おとこまい] /(n) (1) dance where a female dancer dresses up as a man (late Heian to early Kamakura period)/(2) noh dance performed by a man without a mask

遅早時間 [ちそうじかん] /(n) (abbr) (See 早退,遅刻) coming late or leaving early time (e.g. on a pay slip)

昼下がり [ひるさがり] /(n) early afternoon

朝が早い [あさがはやい] /(exp,adj-i) waking up early/getting up early/early rising

朝っぱら;朝っ腹 [あさっぱら] /(n) (See 朝っぱらから・あさっぱらから,朝腹・あさはら・1) early morning

朝っぱらから [あさっぱらから] /(exp) early in the morning

朝まだき [あさまだき] /(n-t,n-adv) (arch) early morning (before the break of dawn)

朝活 [あさかつ] /(n) using early morning time (before going to work) for some other activity (e.g. study)

朝起き [あさおき] /(n,vs) early rising

朝起きは三文の徳 [あさおきはさんもんのとく] /(exp) (proverb) The early bird catches the worm

朝駆け [あさがけ] /(n,vs) early-morning attack

朝稽古 [あさげいこ] /(n) early-morning practice

朝参り [あさまいり] /(n) early-morning visit to a temple or shrine

朝早く [あさはやく] /(adv) early in the morning

朝腹 [あさはら] /(n) (1) (See あさっぱら) early morning/(2) (arch) empty stomach in the morning before eating breakfast/(3) (arch) triviality/simple matter

朝方 [あさがた] /(n-adv,n) early morning/early hours/toward morning

朝立ち [あさだち] /(n,vs) (1) erection when waking in the morning/nocturnal penile tumescence/morning glory/morning wood/(2) early morning departure

超っ速;超っ早 [ちょっぱや;チョッパヤ] /(n) (sl) very fast/very early

長唄 [ながうた] /(n) long epic song with shamisen accompaniment (developed in Edo in the early 17th century)

点心 [てんしん;てんじん] /(n) (1) Zen monk's early morning meal/refreshment/cakes/(2) simple Chinese food/dim sum

渡来人 [とらいじん] /(n) people from overseas, especially from China and Korea, who settled in early Japan and introduced Continental culture to the Japanese

唐行き [からゆき] /(n) (uk) Japanese women who worked as prostitutes in China, Manchuria, etc. (Meiji to early Showa)

唐行きさん;唐行き様;唐行様 [からゆきさん] /(n) (uk) (See 唐行き・からゆき) Japanese women who worked as prostitutes in China, Manchuria, etc. (Meiji to early Showa)

東天紅 [とうてんこう] /(n) (1) early morning crowing of a rooster/(2) brown domestic fowl (chicken breed)

灯点し頃;火灯し頃;火点し頃;火ともし頃;火点しごろ;火点頃;燈ともし頃 [ひともしごろ;ひとぼしごろ(火点し頃,火点しごろ,火点頃)] /(n) early evening/dusk/lamp-lighting time/lighting-up time

内々定;内内定 [ないないてい] /(n) early unofficial job offer/informal promise of employment

南蛮渡来 [なんばんとらい] /(n) (yoji) (articles) imported to Japan by early European traders

二十一代集 [にじゅういちだいしゅう] /(n) (See 勅撰和歌集) Collections of the Twenty-One Eras/twenty-one collections of waka compiled by imperial command (early Heian to early Muromachi)

日本現報善悪霊異記 [にほんげんほうぜんあくりょういき] /(n) set of three books of Buddhist stories, written in the late 8th and early 9th century, usually referred to as the Nihon Ryouiki

日本国現報善悪霊異記 [にほんこくげんほうぜんあくりょういき] /(n) set of three books of Buddhist stories, written in the late 8th and early 9th century, usually referred to as the Nihon Ryouiki

日本霊異記 [にほんりょういき] /(n) set of three books of Buddhist stories, written in the late 8th and early 9th century, usually referred to as the Nihon Ryouiki

入唐八家 [にっとうはっけ] /(n) (See 八家) eight Japanese monks who visited China during the early Heian (Enchin, Engy醇v, Ennin, Eun, J醇vgy醇v, K醇洩ai, Saich醇v, and Sh醇影i)

年明け [としあけ] /(n) beginning of the year/early in the New Year

梅雨(P);黴雨 [つゆ(P);ばいう(P)] /(n) (1) rainy season (in Japan from early June to mid-July)/(2) rain during the rainy season

薄明かり;薄明り [うすあかり] /(n) dim or faint light/half-light of early morning/twilight

八家 [はっけ] /(n) (1) (abbr) (See 八宗) the eight early Japanese Buddhist sects/(2) (See 入唐八家) eight Japanese monks who visited China during the early Heian

藩 [はん] /(n,n-suf) feudal domain (Edo and early Meiji periods, precursor to current prefectures)/fiefdom/province/clan

藩庁 [はんちょう] /(n) (See 藩・はん) domain administrative headquarters (early Meiji)

彼岸桜 [ひがんざくら;ヒガンザクラ] /(n) (1) (uk) (See 江戸彼岸) higan cherry (species of weeping cherry tree, Prunus subhirtella)/early-flowering cherry (around the spring equinox)/(2) (col) (See 江戸彼岸) double weeping rosebud cherry (Prunus pendula)

不日 [ふじつ] /(adv) in a few days/at an early date

部派仏教 [ぶはぶっきょう] /(n) Nikaya (early sectarian) Buddhism

風薫る [かぜかおる] /(adj-f,v5r) (See 薫風) (subject to the) cool light breeze in early summer

蕗の薹 [ふきのとう] /(n) edible flower bud of the fuki (Petasites japonicus) plant, an early spring delicacy

福笹 [ふくざさ] /(n) lucky bamboo branch (sold during the Toka Ebisu festival in early January)

奉教人 [ほうきょうにん] /(n) early Japanese Christian

本領安堵 [ほんりょうあんど] /(n) (yoji) recognition and guarantee, by the shogunate, of ownership of the inherited estate of a samurai who pledged allegiance to it (in the Kamakura and early Muromachi periods)

万葉仮名 [まんようがな] /(n) man'y醇vgana/early Japanese syllabary composed of Chinese characters used phonetically

未だき;未き;夙 [まだき] /(adv) (uk) a very short while ago/very early (e.g. in the morning)

未明 [みめい] /(n-adv,n-t) early dawn/grey of morning/gray of morning

明楽 [みんがく] /(n) (See 明・みん) Ming-era Chinese music (popularized in Japan during the early 17th century)

木の芽時 [このめどき;きのめどき] /(exp) early spring

木五倍子;木付子 [きぶし;キブシ] /(n) early spiketail (species of flowering plant, Stachyurus praecox)

夕雲 [ゆうぐも] /(n) early evening cloud/clouds at sunset

幼児教育 [ようじきょういく] /(n) preschool education/early childhood education

幼少期 [ようしょうき] /(n) (early) childhood

洋銀 [ようぎん] /(n) (1) German silver/nickel silver/(2) silver coinage imported to Japan during the late Edo and early Meiji periods

陸蒸気 [おかじょうき] /(n) (col) (arch) steam train (early Meiji period)

緑雨 [りょくう] /(n) early-summer rain

緑風 [りょくふう] /(n) early-summer breeze

琳派 [りんぱ] /(n) (abbr) (See 光琳派) Rimpa school (of painting, 17th-early 20th century)

連歌 [れんが] /(n) early Japanese poetry form/poetic dialogue

嚏(P);嚔 [くしゃみ(P);くさめ;くっさめ;クシャミ] /(n) (1) (uk) sneeze/(exp) (2) (くさめ only) (id) (uk) spoken twice in response to someone sneezing as a charm against an early death

邏卒 [らそつ] /(n) (1) serviceman on patrol/(2) (arch) (See 巡査) policeman (early Meiji era)

鬢切り;鬢きり [びんきり;びんぎり(鬢切り)] /(n) hairstyle for men and women from early Edo era to the Genroku era

During my early teens, I was not always on the best of terms with my parents.

Mexican desperadoes during the early twenties were usually armed to the teeth with stolen firearms and ammunition.

Though it is now January, the weather is as warm as if it were early spring.

The alarm was heard ringing at an early hour on the second floor.

I wonder if the first week (or so) of July is too early to go to the beach.

That you have come early is a good thing.

Thanks to your help, I was able to finish early.

You had better go to bed early.

You don't have to get up so early.

You had better keep early hours so you will be in good health.

You have to get up early.

You don't have to get up early.

You get up early, don't you?

You are an early riser, aren't you?

You will have to get up early tomorrow morning.

Do you have to get up early tomorrow morning?

He started early twice.

I arrived there too early.

On a rainy morning he left his house early so as to be in time for school.

You need not have come so early in the morning.

Let's get to the theater early so that we may get good seats.

In any case, you have to leave early, whether you like it or not.

In a case, you have to leave early, whether you like it or not.

I got up early in order to catch the first train. [M]

As usual he got up early in the morning and jogged.

My family are all early risers.

My children make pathetically sincere efforts to get up early.

My son has formed the habit of rising early.

Well, I get up early, so I want to sleep there. [M]

Oh, you are early this morning.

We had no customers, so we shut the shop early.

We look forward to your early reply.

Old people get up very early.

Does your father get home early?

We had to make a very early start.

The eight o'clock bus was early today.

Be sure to come home early today.

You are very early morning.

Did you have to get up very early this morning?

I got up early this morning.

Ken makes it a rule to get up early.

Picasso's early works have been exhibited at this hall.

In the early part of my study, I allude to work that had already been done on the psychology of crowd-control.

Snow fell early this winter.

This style of hairdressing first appeared in the early 19th century.

This is the house where I lived in my early days.

Please excuse me for calling you so early in the morning.

No. I'm sorry, I've got to go back early.

Jane keeps early hours.

That is why I got up early this morning.

The old people make a habit of getting up early.

The flower comes out in early spring.

It may be too early for us to put the projects into practice.

It may be too early for us to put the idea into practice.

We expect an early settlement of the affair.

The boy was to lose his mother at an early age.

High fever and throat of early period symptom of the sickness aches and be.

Nevertheless, many are choosing early retirement.

We need not have eaten breakfast so early.

You needn't go to early, need you?

I'm not accustomed to getting up so early.

You need not have got up so early.

You did not need to come so early.

You need not have come so early.

I can't get used to waking up this early.

No matter where you live, you would find it difficult not to laugh at, say, Charlie Chaplain's early films.

Even if rains, I will start early tomorrow morning.

There happened to be a train accident early that morning.

Everyone, it seemed, was anxious to get his Christmas shopping done early this year.

Until recently I have been an early riser for the last six years.

As I was tired, I want to bed early.

You are to start as early as possible.

Get up as early as you can.

You should start as early as possible.

Get up exceedingly early.

Being very tired, I went to bed early.

What made you come here so early?

Why did you get up so early?

What has brought you here so early.

Why did you come early?

Why did she come home early?

Let's go early, shall we?

Long ago in early cultures, the ball in the game was the symbol of the sun.

He was very tired, so he went to bed early.

I had a bad headache. That's why I went to bed early.

I go to bed very early. [M]

In the first place it's necessary for you to get up early.

It's still too early to get up.

It's getting dark early around here. The sun seems to drop like a rock when autumn rolls around.

Go early in order to get a good seat.

I went to the theater quite early with a view to getting a good seat.

All that you have to do to get a good seat is to leave early.

We got an early start.

In the early days of American history, blacks lived in slavery.

Alice returned home early from work with a severe headache.

Ellen was so tired that she went to bed early.

Carol gets up early every morning.

Book your flight early as it fills up quickly during Christmas.

Jack is an early riser.

Tom will have breakfast early tomorrow.

Tom came home early yesterday.

Tom made a promise to come home early tonight.

Tom expected to leave early in the morning, but he overslept.

The bus was two minutes early.

The bus left early.

Bill got up early in order that he might catch the first train.

Bill got up so early that he caught the first train.

Bob met her grandfather early in the morning.

A rifle shot broke the peace of the early morning.

I would rather leave early than travel on rush-hour trains.

It is in early spring that daffodils come into bloom.

Rita, you don't get up as early as your sister.

Because of the bad weather, my piano teacher suggested that I go home early.

I got up early so that I might be in time for the first train.

I got up early in order to catch the first train.

Some college teachers come to class late and leave early.

Musical talent usually blooms at an early age.

Get up as early as you possibly can.

How early do I have to make a reservation to qualify for the discount?

We had an early lunch and set out at 12:30.

We went early to make certain that we could get seats.

We left early so that we can catch the first train.

We agree to start early.

We agreed to start early.

We agreed to start early the next morning.

We started early so as not to miss the train.

As a rule, the inhabitants of warm countries keep early hours.

As a rule, she is an early riser.

I find it hard to get up early on cold mornings.

Sick and tried, she went to bed early.

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