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  • ōku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • oak


  • orc

Examples of オーク in a Sentence

This table is made of good oak.
Then, they played Hide-and-Seek among the buttercups and daisies, until the little white rabbit wanted to play Find the Acorn.
And so the two little rabbits lived together happily in the big forest; eating dandelions, playing Jump The Daisies, Run Through The Clover and Find The Acorn all day long.
From acorns come oaks.
What kind of tree is an oak?

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