しょうこ

JapaneseEdit

Adjectival nounEdit

しょうこ (-tari inflection, romaji shōko)

  1. 彰乎: clear, distinct; obvious, plainly evident

NounEdit

しょうこ (romaji shōko)

  1. 召呼, 招呼: inviting someone, summoning someone, calling someone to come
  2. 商賈, 商沽: business, doing business; a businessperson
  3. 小姑: a young woman; a husband's younger sister; a husband's sisters in general
  4. 小戸: a small house; a poor house; a person who cannot drink much alcohol, a lightweight drinker
  5. 小故: a minor event; a petty reason
  6. 小鼓: a small drum
  7. 尚古: respect or honor for ancient writings, society, or culture
  8. 荘庫, 庄庫: a storehouse for holding grain collected as taxes by local manor lords
  9. 掌故: an official in China's Han Dynasty who oversaw court etiquette and music
  10. 沼湖: swamps and lakes
  11. 称呼: one's name or appellation, how one is called
  12. 証拠: proof, evidence
  13. 鉦鼓: a taiko drum used to signal troops in battle; a small gong used in gagaku music; a round bronze gong or bell used in residential Buddhist temples to signal various times during the day
  14. 鐘鼓: bells and drums

VerbEdit

しょうこ + する (romaji shōko suru)

  1. 召呼, 招呼: to invite someone, to summon someone, to call someone to come
  2. 商賈, 商沽: to do business
  3. 尚古: to respect or to honor ancient writings, society, or culture
  4. 称呼: to call someone by their name or appellation
Last modified on 19 April 2014, at 02:12