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auru bamboo bird boat boil Buddhist cause caust child clothes color cont daimyo deru Emperor evil eyes feel fish flower hair hand hataraki head hito honorable horse i.v. To bo ichi kakeru kaku kami kara kata kimono kind kokoro koku kono koto kuchi kuge kuni kuru look manner medicine ment michi Mikado mind miya mizu mono month mountain naku naru nashi ness night one's pass person priest pron rice semeru servant Shinto ship shita shite sleep speak species spirits sunt sura suru sword t.v. coll t.v. To take tatsu temple thing tion toki tree tsukeru tsumi uchi utsu verb warui wind wo suru word worn writing yama yori yuku
Page v - ... is pronounced like sh in shall, ship shop. f has a close resemblance to the sound of the English /, but differs from it, in that the lower lip does not touch the upper teeth ; the sound is made by blowing fu softly through the lips nearly closed, resembling the sound ol wh in who : fu is an aspirate, and might, for the sake of uniformity, be written hu.
Page vi - ... wh in who : fu is an aspirate, and might, for the sake of uniformity, be written hu. g in the Tokyo dialect has the soft sound of ng, but in Kyoto, Nagasaki, and the southern provinces it has the hard sound of g in go, gain. r in ra, re, ro, ru, has the sound of the English )•; but in ri is pronounced more like d. But this is not invariable, as many natives give it the common r sound. «« in Kyoto, Nagasaki and the southern provinces is pronounced she, and ze likejft'.
Page 224 - As the guide for conduct he chose the idea of "reciprocity". From this comes the well-known saying: "Refrain from doing to others what you would not have them do to you.
Page 238 - an arrow with a head shaped like turnip, having a hole in it, which causes it to hum as it flies.
Page 325 - The odds given to a poor hand at draughts ; in the lump ; several things of different kinds or values at once. Komi ni kau, to buy in the lump or gross.
Page 40 - A being that has only once more to pass through human existence before it attains to Buddhaship.
Page 558 - Grammar. (1) see preceding uta. (2) sigarami, 'a barricade in a river', "formed by a row of piles driven along the banks of a stream and interwoven with bamboo to protect the bank from the current...
Page 278 - He ineluded in his single mind the thoughts and contrivances of many," says Motowori. 8 Ie, as is generally believed, the barndoor fowl. 9 The text has the character $§., " iron," which Hirata reads ma-rtane, lit.