足の指

JapaneseEdit

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Kanji in this term
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EtymologyEdit

Literally "foot's finger".

NounEdit

足の指 (hiragana あしのゆび, romaji ashi no yubi)

  1. (anatomy) toe

SynonymsEdit

  • 足指 (あしゆび, ashiyubi)

Usage notesEdit

  • The translation is given as a back translation into English only, the term is not considered a word or a fixed phrase by native speakers. Adjectives can freely be inserted as in 足の指 (あしのおやゆび, ashi no oyayubi, “hallux”) and 足の指 (みぎあしのゆび, migi ashi no yubi, “toe of the right foot”).
Last modified on 15 January 2014, at 02:13