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儀式, ぎしき

  • gishiki


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • ceremony
  • rite
  • ritual
  • service

Examples of 儀式,ぎしき in a Sentence

This ceremony has been handed down from generation to generation.
If someone wants the ceremony to be held in accordance with Japanese Shinto ritual, then that is possible at this church.
A wedding is a significant ceremony.
It was a very traditional ceremony.
They watched the solemn ceremony in the church with awe.
The sacred ritual took place after being postponed twice.
Mass is a Catholic ceremony of remembering Jesus Christ by eating and drinking.
The ceremony began with his speech.
The sacred ceremony was held in the magnificent temple.
Her clothes were out of place at a formal party.

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