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Results for: Obito (hereditary title, often given to powerful regional families)Translations: 130 / 234
 English Japanese(Kanji)
Obito (hereditary title, often given to powerful regional families)首 [おうと]
Obito (hereditary title, often given to powerful regional families)首 [おひと]
Obito (hereditary title, often given to powerful regional families)首 [おびと]
(a man) having a commanding face and a powerful physique容貌魁偉 [ようぼうかいい]
(a plain citizen) having no special rank or title, being a common citizen無位無冠 [むいむかん]
(an ordinary citizen) having no special rank or title無位無官 [むいむかん]
(baseball) powerful delivery球威のある投球 [きゅういのあるとうきゅう]
(baseball) powerful delivery球威の有る投球 [きゅういのあるとうきゅう]
(Buddh) the dharma eye; second highest priestly rank in Buddhism; title bestowed upon doctors, etc.法眼 [ほうげん]
(comp) Bell Atlantic (Regional Bell Operating Company - US)ベルアトランティック
(comp) global-titleグローバル名称 [グローバルめいしょう]
(comp) key titleキータイトル
(comp) local-titleローカル名称 [ローカルめいしょう]
(comp) multimedia titleマルチメディアタイトル
(comp) Nynex (Regional Bell Operating Company - US)ナイネックス
(comp) Regional Bell Operating Company (USA), RBOC地域ベルオペレーティング会社 [ちいきベルオペレーティングがいしゃ]
(comp) regional Bell operating company, RBOC地域ベル電話会社 [ちいきベルでんわがいしゃ]
(comp) Regional Codeリージョナルコード
(comp) system-titleシステム名称 [システムめいしょう]
(comp) title barタイトルバー
(comp) title masterタイトルマスタ
(comp) title page標題誌 [ひょうだいし]
(comp) title-domain名称領域 [めいしょうりょういき]
(comp) title-domain-name名称領域名 [めいしょうりょういきめい]
(comp) title-regionタイトリージョン
(historical) hereditary stipend家禄 [かろく]
(professional) storyteller, hereditary role of narrator in early imperial court語り部 [かたりべ]
(professional) storyteller, hereditary role of narrator in early imperial court語部 [かたりべ]
a name given to the deceased, posthumous name or title追号 [ついごう]
a priori, inborn, innate, inherent, congenital, hereditary先天的 [せんてんてき]
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