木犀

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For pronunciation and definitions of 木犀 – see 木樨.
(This term, 木犀, is a variant form of 木樨.)

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Grade: 1 Jinmeiyō
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木犀 金木犀

EtymologyEdit

From Sinitic 木犀.

NounEdit

木犀 ‎(hiragana もくせい, katakana モクセイ, romaji mokusei)

  1. Osmanthus fragrans, variously called the sweet osmanthus, sweet olive, tea olive, or fragrant olive: an evergreen shrub or small tree of the Oleaceae family, native to Asia

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