EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary
Results for: morning sunlight Translations: 1 – 30 / 159 English Japanese(Kanji) morning sunlight 朝日影 [あさひかげ] (birds) crowing or warbling in the morning 東天紅 [とうてんこう] a cloudy morning 朝曇り [あさぐもり] a morning bath 朝湯 [あさゆ] a morning bath 朝風呂 [あさぶろ] a morning breeze 朝風 [あさかぜ] a morning drink (of sake) 朝酒 [あさざけ] beach morning glory (Ipomoea pes-caprae) グンバイヒルガオ beach morning glory (Ipomoea pes-caprae) 軍配昼顔 [ぐんばいひるがお] being tanned by sunlight reflected from snow, snow-burn 雪焼け [ゆきやけ] common morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea) マルバアサガオ common morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea) 丸葉朝顔 [まるばあさがお] dim or faint light, half-light of early morning, twilight 薄明かり [うすあかり] direct fire, frontal fire, direct rays (of sunlight) 直射 [ちょくしゃ] direct sunlight, direct rays of the sun 直射日光 [ちょくしゃにっこう] drums sounded in the morning to draw the crowds to sumo 寄せ太鼓 [よせだいこ] during the morning 朝間 [あさま] early dawn, grey of morning, gray of morning 未明 [みめい] early in the morning 朝早く [あさはやく] early in the morning 朝っぱらから [あさっぱらから] early morning 早朝 [そうちょう] early morning, dawn 早天 [そうてん] early yesterday morning 昨暁 [さくぎょう] early-morning arrival 早朝の着 [そうちょうのちゃく] early-morning attack 朝駆け [あさがけ] early-morning departure 早発ち [はやだち] early-morning departure 早立ち [はやだち] early-morning practice 朝稽古 [あさげいこ] early-morning visit to a temple or shrine 朝参り [あさまいり] evening star, morning star 一つ星 [ひとつぼし]
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