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yaki
(n) (1) cooking, esp. frying or stir-frying; heating; (2) tempering; (n-suf) (3) -ware

yaki
(n) (1) cooking, esp. frying or stir-frying; heating; (2) tempering; (n-suf) (3) -ware

yakiagaru
(v5r,vi) to be baked (food); to be printed (photos); to be fired (pottery)

yakiageru
(v1,vt) to burn; to roast; to grill; to bake

yakiami
(n) gridiron; griddle; grill

yakiba
(n) (1) crematory; (2) place where things are burned

yakiba
(n) tempered blade

yakibata
(n) swidden; land made arable by slash-and-burn agriculture

yakibatake
(n) swidden; land made arable by slash-and-burn agriculture

yakibuta
(n) (1) roast pork; (2) (sl) (derog) baseball fan

yakidamakikan
(n) hot-bulb or semi-diesel engine

yakidoonatsu
(n) baked donut (as opposed to deep-fried)

yakidoufu
(n) grilled tofu

yakie
(n) pyrograph

yakifu
(n) (food) yakifu; light, bread-like dish made from baked wheat gluten

yakifu
(n) (food) yakifu; light, bread-like dish made from baked wheat gluten

yakifude
(n) wooden stick with a burned tip (used to create underdrawings)

yakigama
(n) oven; kiln

yakigamawaru
(v5r) to become decrepit; to be in one's dotage; to become dull; to lose one's astuteness; to lose one's touch; to become senile; to lose one's edge; to go downhill

yakigane
(n) branding iron

yakigashi
(n) baked sweets

yakigata
(n) mold (e.g. cake mold); mould; baking pan; bread pan

yakigome
(n) roasted or parched rice

yakigote
(n) (1) soldering iron; hot iron; (2) brand; mark; stigma

yakigote
(n) (1) soldering iron; hot iron; (2) brand; mark; stigma

yakiguri
(n) roasted chestnuts

yakigushi
(n) skewer; spit

yakigyooza
(n) (food) pan-fried gyoza

yakihamaguri
(n) grilled clam; baked clam

yakiharau
(v5u,vt) to clear away by burning; to reduce to ashes

yakihata
(n) swidden; land made arable by slash-and-burn agriculture

yakiimo
(n) roasted sweet potato; baked sweet potato

yakiimo
(n) roasted sweet potato; baked sweet potato; (P)

yakiin
(n) brand (burnt-in mark of identification); branding iron

yakiinwoosu
(exp,v5s) to brand (cattle, etc.)

yakiire
(n) hardening; tempering

yakiishi
(n) heated stone

yakikiru
(v5r,vt) to burn off

yakikorosu
(v5s) to kill by burning to death

yakimashi
(n) photo reprint

yakimeshi
(n) fried rice

yakimiso
(n) grilled miso

yakimiso
(n) grilled miso

yakimochi
(n) (1) jealousy; (2) roasted rice cake; (P)

yakimochi
(n) (1) jealousy; (2) roasted rice cake

yakimochi
(n) (1) jealousy; (2) roasted rice cake

yakimochiwoyaku
(exp,v5k) (id) to be jealous

yakimochiwoyaku
(exp,v5k) (id) to be jealous

yakimochiwoyaku
(exp,v5k) (id) to be jealous

yakimochiwoyaku
(exp,v5k) (id) to be jealous

yakimochiyaki
(n) jealous person

yakimochiyaki
(n) jealous person

yakimochiyaki
(n) jealous person

yakimodoshi
(n,vs) tempering; annealing

yakimoki*
(adv,adv-to,vs) fretting; anxious; impatient; worried

yakimono
(n) (1) earthenware; pottery; porcelain; china; (2) flame-broiled food (esp. fish); (3) tempered blade

yakimono
(n) (1) earthenware; pottery; porcelain; china; (2) flame-broiled food (esp. fish); (3) tempered blade

yakinabe
(n) cooking pot (for roasting, broiling, etc.)

yakinamashi
(n) annealing

yakinamashi
(n) annealing

yakinamashihou
(n) (comp) simulated annealing

yakinamashihou
(n) (comp) simulated annealing

yakinaoshi
(n) adaptation (from); rebaking

yakinaosu
(v5s,vt) to grill again; to rehash

yakinaosu
(v5s,vt) to grill again; to rehash

yakiniku
(n) (1) (food) yakiniku; Japanese dish of grilled meat similar to Korean barbecue; (2) (food) roasted meat; grill; (P)

yakinori
(n) baked seaweed; toasted seaweed

yakinori
(n) baked seaweed; toasted seaweed

yakinotarinai
(adj-i) underfired

yakisake
(n) (food) cooked salmon

yakisake
(n) (food) cooked salmon

yakishake
(n) (food) cooked salmon

yakishake
(n) (food) cooked salmon

yakishio
(n) baked or table salt

yakisoba
(n) (food) yakisoba (similar to chow mein); fried noodles, usu. with with vegetables and meat; (P)

yakisoba
(n) (food) yakisoba (similar to chow mein); fried noodles, usu. with with vegetables and meat

yakisuteru
(v1,vt) to burn up

yakitate
(adj-no) fresh made; freshly baked; freshly roasted

yakitate
(adj-no) fresh made; freshly baked; freshly roasted

yakitatenosakana
(n) fish hot from the oven

yakiton
(n) (uk) yakiton; grilled pork on skewers

yakiton
(n) (uk) yakiton; grilled pork on skewers

yakitori
(n) yakitori; chicken pieces (or sometimes beef or pork offal) grilled on a skewer; (P)

yakitsugi
(n) assimilating broken ceramics via baking

yakitsuke
(n) (1) printing (e.g. photos); (2) glazing; enamelling; baking

yakitsukeru
(v1,vt) to bake; to plate; to print; to burn or bake into; to burn into one's memory

yakitsukeru
(v1,vt) to bake; to plate; to print; to burn or bake into; to burn into one's memory

yakitsuki
(n) (1) (comp) burn-in (e.g. CRT display); ghosting; (2) seizing (e.g. bearing)

yakitsuku
(v5k,vi) (1) to be scorched into; to be seared into; (2) to make a strong impression; to be etched in (one's memory)

yakitsuku
(v5k,vi) (1) to be scorched into; to be seared into; (2) to make a strong impression; to be etched in (one's memory)

yakitsukusu
(v5s,vt) to thoroughly burn; to burn to nothing

yakitsukusu
(v5s,vt) to thoroughly burn; to burn to nothing

yakiuchi
(n) setting on fire; setting afire

yakiuchi
(n) setting on fire; setting afire

yakiudon
(io) (n) fried udon

yakiudon
(n) fried udon

yakiudon
(n) fried udon

yakiwoireru
(exp,v1) to temper; to harden; to torture; to discipline

yakizakana
(n) grilled fish

yakizakana
(n) grilled fish


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