たて

JapaneseEdit

EtymologyEdit

All semantically derived from stem noun form tate of verb 立てる (tateru, to stand something up, to set something up), from verb 立つ (tatsu, to stand, to be established, to be situated).

CounterEdit

たて (romaji -tate)

  1. : the number of rounds or matches in a competition; the number of acts in a kabuki play; the number of losses in a losing streak

NounEdit

たて (romaji tate)

  1. , 立て: a party or banquet; treating others to food and/or drink; the general meaning or gist of something; a rule or regulation; the lead in a musical ensemble
  2. : a fortified residence of a powerful clan
  3. , , : the vertical direction; vertical length: height; the north and south direction; the north-to-south distance; the warp of a woven textile
  4. , 建て: something contracted, such as a contracted sale or purchase where the transaction is still incomplete: a standing sale or purchase
  5. 殺陣, , 立て: a fight scene in a play or movie, especially a sword fight
  6. , : a shield

PrefixEdit

たて (romaji tate-)

  1. , 立て: prefixed to a person or role: the head or lead in a group; prefixed to a verb: an intensifier

SuffixEdit

たて (romaji -tate)

  1. , 立て: just [verbed], such as 生まれ立て "just born, newborn", or 焼き立てパン "just-baked bread"
Last modified on 3 April 2014, at 22:22