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sky, the heavens
China (sometimes also used in ref. to Korea or other foreign countries)
signs of rain, threat of rain
next (e.g. 'next April'), forthcoming, coming, to come, to arrive, to be due to
so-and-so, who?, which people?
to be (of animate objects), to exist, to stay, (after the -te form of a verb) verb indicating continuing action or state (i.e. to be ..ing, to have be...
Archaeopteryx, extinct genus of early birds
door (esp. Japanese-style), entrance (to a home), narrows
hour, o'clock, (specified) time, when ..., during ...
nonexistent, not being (there), unpossessed, unowned, not had, unique
to start, to begin, to commence, to initiate, to originate, to open (e.g. a store), to start up, to establish (business. etc.), to start ..., to begin...
kind, tender-hearted, compassionate
to be heard, to be audible, to be said to be, to be reputed
to get drunk, to become intoxicated, to feel sick (e.g. in a vehicle), to become nauseated, to be elated, to be exalted, to be spellbound, to be in ra...
to be seen, to be in sight, to look, to seem, to appear, to come
to dance to the music
to stop, to halt, to stand still
to besmirch, to sully
to change, to alter, to transform, to convert, to turn, to vary, to reform, to revise, to amend
to cover, to hide, to conceal, to wrap, to disguise
to precipitate, to fall (e.g. rain)
at one's feet, underfoot, one's step (as in 'watch your step'), gait, pace, step, most recent, current
to turn towards, to point
wing, Chinese 'Wings' constellation (one of the 28 mansions), counter for birds or bird wings
to dance (orig. a whirling dance), to flutter about, to revolve
to rise in rank
As it is
sound, noise, report, note, fame
to spill, to fall out of, to overflow, to peek through, to become visible (although normally not), to escape (of a smile, tear, etc.)
quiet, still, surreptitious
to swing, to sway, to shake, to tremble, to waver, to feel shaken, to become unstable
Vỉa hè; hè phố
pavement, paved street
to proceed slowly
to quieten down, to calm down, to subside, to die down, to abate, to be suppressed
to be playful, to gambol, to be amused (with something), to play, to sport, to frolic, to joke, to flirt with