Associations to the word «Japanese»

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JAPANESE, adjective. Of, relating to, or derived from Japan, its language, or culture.
JAPANESE, noun. A person living in or coming from Japan, or of Japanese ancestry.
JAPANESE, noun. (uncountable) Japanese food.
JAPANESE, proper noun. The main language spoken in Japan.
JAPANESE AMBERJACK, noun. Yellowtail
JAPANESE ANDROMEDA, noun. A plant, Pieris japonica, native to eastern China, Taiwan, and Japan where it grows in mountain thickets.
JAPANESE ARALIA, noun. An evergreen shrub, Fatsia japonica, native to Japan.
JAPANESE BAYBERRY WHITEFLY, noun. A whitefly, Parabemisia myricae, which infests the yangmei tree.
JAPANESE BEETLE, noun. A species of beetle with iridescent copper-colored elytra and green thorax and head, Popillia japonica.
JAPANESE BOBTAIL, noun. A domestic cat breed.
JAPANESE BOBTAILS, noun. Plural of Japanese Bobtail
JAPANESE BUNCHING ONION, noun. Welsh onion (Allium fistulosum)
JAPANESE BUNCHING ONIONS, noun. Plural of Japanese bunching onion
JAPANESE CEDAR, noun. A species of conifer, Cryptomeria japonica, which is the only species of the genus Cryptomeria.
JAPANESE CEDARS, noun. Plural of Japanese cedar
JAPANESE CHESS, noun. Shogi.
JAPANESE CRUCIAN CARP, noun. A species of crucian carp, Carassius cuvieri, found in Japan and as an introduced species in Taiwan.
JAPANESE EEL, noun. A species of eel, Anguilla japonica, found in Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, and Vietnam, as well as the northern Philippines.
JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS, noun. (pathology) A viral disease prevalent in south-east Asia, caused by Japanese encephalitis virus transmitted by mosquito.
JAPANESE FEET, noun. Plural of Japanese foot
JAPANESE FOOT, noun. Alternative term for shaku, a traditional Japanese unit of distance based on the human forearm, now standardized as 10/33 of a meter.
JAPANESE GIANT HORNET, noun. A flying insect known for being a subspecies of the worlds largest hornet.
JAPANESE GIANT HORNETS, noun. Plural of Japanese giant hornet
JAPANESE GIANT SALAMANDER, noun. Andrias japonicus, a species of large salamanders native to Japan, growing up to a meter in length.
JAPANESE GIANT SALAMANDERS, noun. Plural of Japanese giant salamander
JAPANESE GROSBEAK, noun. A finch, Eophona personata, native to East Asia.
JAPANESE HORSERADISH, noun. Wasabi (Eutrema japonica)
JAPANESE KNOTWEED, noun. A large, herbaceous perennial plant, Fallopia japonica, native to Asia; it is a highly invasive colonizer outside of its native territory.
JAPANESE LANTERN, noun. Bladder cherry (Physalis alkekengi)
JAPANESE LANTERNS, noun. Plural of Japanese lantern
JAPANESE MACAQUE, noun. A macaque of the species Macaca fuscata.
JAPANESE MACAQUES, noun. Plural of Japanese macaque
JAPANESE MAPLE, noun. A species of maple, Acer palmatum, with great natural variety of appearance, often with reddish leaves for most of the year and multiple trunks, widely grown as an ornamental.
JAPANESE MARTEN, noun. A marten of the species Martes melampus, found in Japan and Korea.
JAPANESE NIGHT HERON, noun. A endangered species of night heron, Gorsachius goisagi, which breeds in Japan and winters in the Philippines and Indonesia, and can also be seen in the spring and summer in Korea and the Russian Far East.
JAPANESE PERSIMMON, noun. The tree Diospyros kaki and its red or yellow edible fruit, which outwardly resembles a tomato, but contains a few large seeds.
JAPANESE PERSIMMONS, noun. Plural of Japanese persimmon
JAPANESE RADISH, noun. (Japanese cuisine) (botany) Alternative term for daikon, particularly its Japanese varieties.
JAPANESE RADISHES, noun. Plural of Japanese radish
JAPANESE SEA LION, noun. A sea lion, Zalophus japonicus, inhabiting the Sea of Japan, thought to have become extinct in the 1950s.
JAPANESE SEA PERCH, noun. Alternative form of Japanese seaperch
JAPANESE SEAPERCH, noun. Any of three species of highly appreciated marine food fish found in the coastal waters of western Pacific from Kyushu to southern Hokkaido and in the Sea of Japan, Sebastes cheni, Sebastes inermis, Sebastes ventricosus.
JAPANESE SIGN LANGUAGE, proper noun. Sign language used in Japan. ISO 639-3 code: jsl.
JAPANESE SLIPPER, noun. A cocktail made from Midori, Cointreau and lemon juice.
JAPANESE SLIPPERS, noun. Plural of Japanese slipper
JAPANESE SPIKENARD, noun. An upright herbaceous perennial plant, Aralia cordata, growing up to 2 to 3 metres in height and native to Japan, Korea, and eastern China.
JAPANESE SPINDLE, noun. A species of spindle native to Japan, Korea and China; Euonymus japonicus
JAPANESE SPITZ, noun. A small breed of dog from Japan.
JAPANESE SPITZES, noun. Plural of Japanese spitz
JAPANESE SPURGE, noun. Pachysandra terminalis, a fast spreading evergreen groundcover, native to China, Japan, widely introduced and naturalized elsewhere, especially in the northeastern US.
JAPANESE STUDIES, noun. (humanities) An academic discipline that includes the study of literatures written in the Japanese language, Japanese linguistics, and Japanese sociolinguistics.
JAPANESE TISSUE, noun. A thin, strong paper made from vegetable fibers.
JAPANESE WAX, noun. A wax-like substance made in Japan from the berries of certain species of Rhus, especially R. succedanea.
JAPANESE YEW, noun. Taxus cuspidata
JAPANESE YEWS, noun. Plural of Japanese yew

Dictionary definition

JAPANESE, noun. A native or inhabitant of Japan.
JAPANESE, noun. The language (usually considered to be Altaic) spoken by the Japanese.
JAPANESE, adjective. Of or relating to or characteristic of Japan or its people or their culture or language; "the Japanese Emperor"; "Japanese cars".

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