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To become of, wearied. Satiety, fulness, enough. AKANE, n. The name of a root used for ga deru, to get tired of anything. AKI, aku, aita, i. Any thing that will ty, vacant, unoccupied; to begin. An empty box. A merchant, trader. A red face. To become uncultivated ground. A vacant shop or house. The gills of a fish. To be comclearly. To be dis- thing, disgusted. A vacant house. AKARI, n.

The light, a light. A sky-light.

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Merchandise, goods. A window, or any place traffic, to buy and sell.

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Trade, traffic, commerce. Light not dark. A merchant-ship. Merchandise, goods, degree of light. AKASA, n. A merchant, trader, tradesness. Easily tired, soon satisfied, known something concealed, to confess, fickle. Clear, plain, intelligible; whole night in doing anything. Proof, evidence. Red lines, or veins. To clear, to make boat. The rain dropping from the to satisfy, or set the mind at rest, to be eaves. Ease or relief of mind from ducting rain-water from the trough.

A convent or nunnery. AMADO, n. To be astonished, sliding-doors. A rain-coat. A rain-hat, or an umbrella. A tree-frog. AKI-YA, n. Not enough, not up to procure rain. AMAGU, n. To be rain; as an umbrella, rain-coat. Sweet, pleasant to the taste, struck. In a vacant, empty tight, having too much play; soft, as, manner; having nothing to occupy metal; foolish.

Slightly salted. AKKI, n. Evil spirits, a demon. To have the AKKI, n. Noxious vapors, miasma.

AKK6, a. AKU, n. A leaking of rain through Aiu, a. Bad, wlicked, evil, malignant, the roof; a small court-yard in the cennoxious, virulent, foul. A gathering of the clouds - bzyb, a malignant disease. To taste with go, evil deeds. Everywhere, universally, nin, a bad man. To relish, delanguage. Yawning, gaping. The milky way.

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Quickly producing satie- centre of a house; the gutter or place ty, cloying, palling, gross in taste; not where the rain-drops fall from the eaves delicate, refined, or proper; florid. AKU-MA, n. A demon, devil. AMA-OI, n. A malicious spirit of a dead keep off the rain.

The dawning or opening of over and above. To exceed, to be hi, the next day. AKUTA, n.

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Dirt, litter, filth. AMARI, n. That which is left over, the AMA, n. A Buddhist nun. AMA, n. A fisherwoman. AMARI, adv. Very, exceedingly, more AMA, n. Heaven, the sky; used only in than, too, above. Clearing off of rain. Sun-dried, without being immoderate, inordinate, extraordinasalted. The state or degree of sweetsion, used as a medicine, and for wash- ness. To let remain, leav sary of his birth. An outside or rain door, ANA, n.


A hole, cave, pit, mine. Having the appearance of temn, scorn, look down upon, disdain. Contempt, disdain, scorn. By compulsion, right more. AMATA, a. Many, much. ANAGO, n.

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