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サシ

JapaneseEdit

Etymology 1Edit

from 刺し, nominal form of 刺す

NounEdit

サシ (hiragana さし, romaji sashi)

  1. the uniformly fatten of meat, especially beef.
    牛肉サシ入る
    ぎゅうにくさしはいる
    gyūniku ni sashi ga hairu
    The beef gets uniformly fattened.
Related termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

From the Old Korean word for castle, a descendant form of which appeared in Middle Korean texts as jas (잣). Possibly also related to the Ainu word chashi (チャシ) meaning "fence; enclosure; castle; fortress."

NounEdit

サシ (hiragana さし, romaji sashi)

  1. : (archaic) Castle.
    • 720: Nihon Shoki
      東韓者、甘羅城・高難城・爾林城是也。
    • 720: Nihon Shoki
      逮乎朕之王天下、投身對馬之外、竄跡匝羅之表、阻高麗之貢、呑百濟之城。
Usage notesEdit
  • Archaic.

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