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aarefu*
(n) (1) aleph (first letter of Hebrew alphabet) (heb:); (2) Aleph (new name of religious group Aum Shinrikyo)

ainushinpou
(n) New Ainu Law (passed in 1997, aiming at promoting and protecting Ainu culture)

akeome*
(exp) (abbr) Happy New Year

amerikakouchuu
(n) New World hookworm (Necator americanus)

antenashoppu*
(n) (1) shop used for testing sales of new products (wasei: antenna shop); showroom; (2) shop selling local specialities to Tokyo

antena・shoppu*
(n) (1) shop used for testing sales of new products (wasei: antenna shop); showroom; (2) shop selling local specialities to Tokyo

anzakku*
(n) (1) ANZAC; Anzac; Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (WWI); (2) Anzac biscuit (type of oatmeal biscuit)

anzasu*
(n) Australia, New Zealand and the United States; ANZUS

anzasujouyaku
(n) ANZUS Treaty (Australia, New Zealand and the United States)

auronokarabaenshi*
(n) Nkhomo-benga peacock (species of peacock cichlid, Aulonocara baenschi); new yellow regal; yellow peacock

daakugoosutofisshu*
(n) dark ghost shark (Hydrolagus novaezealandiae, a shortnose chimaera endemic to New Zealand)

daaku・goosuto・fisshu*
(n) dark ghost shark (Hydrolagus novaezealandiae, a shortnose chimaera endemic to New Zealand)

dabingu*
(n,vs) (1) dubbing; adding a new audio (usu. voice) track to an existing video, film, etc.; (2) dubbing; re-recording existing video or audio data to a new DVD, tape, etc.; (P)

dondo*
(n) burning of New Year's gate decorations (usu. on the 15th day of the New Year)

dondoyaki
(n) burning of New Year's gate decorations (usu. on the 15th day of the New Year)

dondoyaki
(n) burning of New Year's gate decorations (usu. on the 15th day of the New Year)

emerarudotsuriimonitaa*
(n) emerald tree monitor (Varanus prasinus, species of arboreal carnivorous monitor lizard found from New Guinea to Queensland, Australia); green tree monitor

emerarudo・tsurii・monitaa*
(n) emerald tree monitor (Varanus prasinus, species of arboreal carnivorous monitor lizard found from New Guinea to Queensland, Australia); green tree monitor

goshinki
(n) new customer

goyouhajime
(n) re-opening of offices in New Year (usu. Jan. 4)

hachisankai
(n) collectively, the 83 new LDP members of parliament elected in the Sept. 2005 general election

hoyahoya*
(adj-na,adj-no,adv) (on-mim) fresh; new

kasurimoyoubenihaze*
(n) Griffiths' pygmy-goby (Trimma griffithsi, found in the Indo-West Pacific); princess pygmy goby (Trimma marinae, found in Japan, New Guinea and Palau)

kataboshinishikibenihaze*
(n) Trimma nomurai (species of goby found in Japan, Indonesia and New Caledonia)

kattoooba*
(n) (comp) cutover; cut-over; starting new (IT) equipment; transferring from the old to a new (hardware and-or software) system.

kattooobaa*
(n) (comp) cutover; cut-over; starting new (IT) equipment; transferring from the old to a new (hardware and-or software) system.

kokeraotoshi
(n) opening of a new theater (theatre)

kokeraotoshi
(n) opening of a new theater (theatre)

kondoru*
(n) (1) condor (inc. other New World vultures of family Cathartidae); (2) Andean condor (Vultur gryphus); (P)

koronbusukoukan
(n) Columbian exchange; widespread exchange of animals, plants, culture, disease, and ideas between the Old and New Worlds

kurokodairumonitaa*
(n) crocodile monitor (Varanus salvadorii, species of carnivorous monitor lizard found in New Guinea); Salvadori's monitor; Papua monitor; artellia

kurokodairu・monitaa*
(n) crocodile monitor (Varanus salvadorii, species of carnivorous monitor lizard found in New Guinea); Salvadori's monitor; Papua monitor; artellia

kuuruu*
(n) kuru (degenerative brain disease usually associated with New Guinean cannabalism)

kuwaire
(n,vs) (1) breaking ground; ground-breaking (ceremony); (n) (2) New Year's ceremony in which a hoe is used to break ground in a field lying in a lucky direction

midoriiro
(adj-na,n,adj-no) green; emerald green; green color of new foliage; verdure

miichanhaachan*
(exp) the follower of each new fad

miihaa*
(adj-na,n) (1) (abbr) follower of each new fad; (2) (sl) poser; a lowbrow; fanboy; fangirl; (adj-na) (3) lowbrow; flippant

monodzukuri
(n) (1) (uk) manufacturing; craftsmanship; making things by hand; (2) making New-Year's decorations; (3) preparing fields; farming; farmer

monotsukuri
(n) (1) (uk) manufacturing; craftsmanship; making things by hand; (2) making New-Year's decorations; (3) preparing fields; farming; farmer

namahage*
(n) (uk) namahage; folklore demons of the Oga Peninsula (villagers dress up as them on New Year's Eve and frighten children)

nanbeiuzuraka
(n) Odontophoridae (New World quail family of birds)

nyuu*
(n) (1) new; (2) newly purchased item; (P)

nyuu・aabanizumu*
(n) new urbanism

nyuu・adaruto*
(n) person recently turned 20 (wasei: new adult)

nyuu・baajon*
(n) (comp) new version

nyuu・bijinesu*
(n) new business

nyuu・derii*
(n) New Delhi (India)

nyuu・eiji*
(n) new age

nyuu・ekonomii*
(n) New Economy

nyuu・ginia*
(n) New Guinea

nyuu・haafu*
(n) (1) transvestite (wasei: new half); drag queen; (2) transwoman; male-to-female transsexual

nyuu・hanpushaa*
(n) New Hampshire

nyuu・jaajii*
(n) New Jersey

nyuu・jaanarizumu*
(n) new journalism

nyuu・jazu*
(n) new jazz

nyuu・jenereeshon*
(n) (comp) new generation

nyuu・nesshii*
(n) "New Nessie" (unidentified sea creature discovered by Japanese trawler Zuiyo Maru in 1977)

nyuu・oopun*
(n) newly opened (e.g. of shop) (wasei: new open)

nyuu・sausu・weeruzu*
(n) New South Wales

nyuu・senchurii*
(n) new century

nyuu・seramikkusu*
(n) new ceramics

nyuu・shinema*
(n) new cinema

nyuu・shinguru*
(n) (1) new single (by a recording artist); (2) person of marriageable age who remains single (e.g. to focus on their career) (wasei:)

nyuu・shitii*
(n) new city

nyuu・supootsu*
(n) new sports

nyuu・sutairu*
(n) new style

nyuu・taipu*
(n) new type

nyuu・taun*
(n) new town

nyuu・toraddo*
(n) (abbr) new traditional

nyuu・ueebu*
(n) new wave

nyuu・weebu*
(n) new wave

nyuu・weevu*
(n) new wave

ohatsu
(n) (1) (pol) doing something for the first time (ever, in a season, etc.); (2) new item; first crop of the season

omemie
(n,vs) (1) (the privilege to have) an audience (with one's lord, a dignitary, etc.); interview (with one's superior); (2) one's debut (first) appearance; debut (of a new product, work of art, actor, etc.); (3) trial service (of a servant)

omemie
(n,vs) (1) (the privilege to have) an audience (with one's lord, a dignitary, etc.); interview (with one's superior); (2) one's debut (first) appearance; debut (of a new product, work of art, actor, etc.); (3) trial service (of a servant)

oruriootokage*
(n) blue-tailed monitor (Varanus doreanus, species of carnivorous monitor lizard found in Australia, New Guinea, and the Bismarck Archipelago); Kalabeck's monitor

osechi
(n) (abbr) food served during the New Year's Holidays

osechiryouri
(n) food served during the New Year's Holidays

osechiryouri
(n) food served during the New Year's Holidays; (P)

otoshidama
(n) New Year's gift (usu. money given to a child by relatives and visitors); (P)

otoso
(n) New Year's sake; spiced sake

ozouni
(n) (food) (pol) soup containing rice cakes and vegetables (New Year's dish)

paripari*
(adj-na,adv,n) (1) (on-mim) crispy; crunchy; (2) (on-mim) tearing; ripping; cracking; (adj-na,n) (3) (on-mim) spirited; energetic; vigorous; (4) (on-mim) brand-new and high quality (clothing); well-starched; crisp (bill)

paritto*
(adv,vs) (1) (col) dashing; classy; posh; new; modern; (2) crisp; crisply; crunchy

pochibukuro
(n) decorative paper envelope for giving New Year's gifts (usu. money given to children) and congratulatory gifts

sarapin*
(n) (ksb:) unused item; new thing

sarapin*
(n) (ksb:) unused item; new thing

sedakahanaaigo*
(n) Siganus woodlandi (species of rabbitfish found in New Caledonia)

shiganusurousupi*
(n) bicolored foxface (Siganus uspi, species of rabbitfish endemic to Fiji sometimes found in New Caledonia)

shimekazari
(n) decorating shrines and gates with shimenawa ropes for the New Year

shiriusubenihaze*
(n) Trimma halonevum (species of goby found in Papua New Guinea); sparsely-spotted pygmy-goby

sonkuraan*
(n) Thai New Year (tha: songkrang)

sureddofinsukyatto*
(n) threadfin scat (Rhinoprenes pentanemus, species of Western Pacific spadefish found from Papua New Guinea to northern Australia)

susuhaki
(n) sweeping the soot from one's house (to welcome the kami of the New Year)

takiage
(n) (1) (Shinto) bonfire often in temple grounds, usu. of charms, talismans, New Year decorations, etc.; (2) ritual burning of money, cedar sticks, or other objects as an offering

tondo*
(n) burning of New Year's gate decorations (usu. on the 15th day of the New Year)

uuriimonkii*
(n) woolly monkey (any New World monkey of genus Lagothrix)

uurii・monkii*
(n) woolly monkey (any New World monkey of genus Lagothrix)

yoiotoshiwo
(exp) (abbr) Have a good New Year

yoiotoshiwoomukaekudasai
(exp) Have a good New Year


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