See also: だく



たく (taku

  1. : (on'yomi, only used in compounds) to peck at something
  2. : (on'yomi, only used in compounds) to polish
  3. : (on'yomi, only used in compounds) selection, choice
  4. : (on'yomi, only used in compounds) opening, to open something up
  5. : (on'yomi, only used in compounds) rinsing out, washing out
  6. : (on'yomi, only used in compounds) to pick out
  7. : (on'yomi, only used in compounds) a kind of capital punishment, generally crucifixion or quartering


たく (taku

  1. : table, desk
  2. : house, home
  3. , : tedious talk, pontification
  4. , : a wet grassy meadow; moisture, wetness; blessing; sheen, shininess
  5. : a large bell made of copper or bronze; a wind chime
  6. : wooden clappers
  7. : archaic term for : the paper mulberry
  8. : the seventh of the Eight Principles of Yong
  9. : the eighth of the Eight Principles of Yong
  10. , : blaming; punishment; banishment; demotion

Proper nounEdit

たく (Taku

  1. : a male given name
  2. 多久: a place in central Saga prefecture


たく (takugodan (stem たき (taki), past たいた (taita))

  1. 焚く, 炊く, 焼く, 炷く, 薫く: to apply a steady flame:
    1. usually 炊く, 焼く: to cook (mostly used for rice-cooking)
    2. usually 焚く, 炷く, 薫く: to burn (as in incense)
  2. 長く, 闌く: obsolete for 長ける, 闌ける: to reach the prime of a season or an age; to be a lot, to be past time; to age, to become old; to become proficient
  3. 綰く: to do something by hand: to tie up one's hair; to row at full speed; to haul in a net; to take a horse's reins

たくする (taku surusuru (stem たく (taku shi), past たくした (taku shita))

  1. , : to commit or entrust to another; to do something under a pretext