右大臣

JapaneseEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Kanji in this term

Grade: 1
だい
Grade: 1
じん
Grade: 4
goon
 
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From (u, right) +‎ 大臣 (daijin, government minister).

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NounEdit

()(だい)(じん) (udaijin

  1. (politics, historical) the minister of the right, a government position in the 太政官 (Daijō-kan, Great Council of State, the highest government office under the 律令 (Ritsuryō) system)
  2. (politics, historical) a government position in the 太政官 (Dajō-kan, Great Council of State) during the early Meiji period [1869-1885]
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Etymology 2Edit

Kanji in this term
みぎ
Grade: 1
おとど
Grade: 1 Grade: 4
kun’yomi jukujikun

From (migi, right) +‎ (no, attributive particle) +‎ 大殿 (otodo, government minister).

NounEdit

右大臣(みぎのおとど) (migi no otodo

  1. (politics, historical, archaic) the minister of the right, a government position in the 太政官 (Ōimatsurigoto no Tsukasa, Great Council of State, the highest government office under the 律令 (Ritsuryō) system)
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Etymology 3Edit

Kanji in this term
みぎ
Grade: 1
おおいもうちぎみ
Grade: 1 Grade: 4
kun’yomi jukujikun

From (migi, inside, interior) +‎ (no, attributive particle) +‎ 大臣 (ōimōchigimi, Daijō-kan superior).

NounEdit

右大臣(みぎのおおいもうちぎみ) (migi no ōimōchigimiみぎのおほいまうちぎみ (miginoofoimautigimi)?

  1. (politics, historical, archaic) the minister of the right, a government position in the 太政官 (Ōimatsurigoto no Tsukasa, Great Council of State, the highest government office under the 律令 (Ritsuryō) system)
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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 2006, 大辞林 (Daijirin), Third Edition (in Japanese), Tōkyō: Sanseidō, →ISBN