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For pronunciation and definitions of ろく – see the following entries.
1
[noun] six
[noun] the sixth hole of a wind instrument
Alternative spelling
4
[adjective] [from 1595] flat, not steep
[adjective] [from roughly 1600] straightforward, uncomplicated, straight, correct
[adjective] [from roughly 1600] (mostly used in negative expressions) correct, right, complete, sufficient, satisfactory, proper
[adjective] [from late 1600s] peaceful, tranquil, serene (said of one's surroundings)
[adjective] [from 1700] even-tempered, easygoing, relaxed
[noun] [from 1595] flatness
[noun] [from roughly 1600] straightforwardness, uncomplicatedness, straightness, correctness
[noun] [from roughly 1600] (mostly used in negative expressions) correctness, rightness, completeness, sufficientness, satisfactoriness, properness
[noun] [from late 1600s] peacefulness, tranquility, serenity (said of one's surroundings)
[noun] [from 1700] an even temper, easygoingness, relaxedness
[noun] (financial, archaic) the number six, 6 (used only in legal documents, otherwise )
Alternative spellings
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H
[noun] bit (metal in horse's mouth)
[noun] headstall
[noun] the second of the Eight Principles of Yong
H
[adjective] Alternative form of
[noun] Alternative form of
鹿4
[noun] deer
[noun] venison or wild boar meat
(This term, ろく, is the hiragana spelling of the above terms.)
For a list of all kanji read as ろく, see Category:Japanese kanji read as ろく.)

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