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指, ゆび, および, おゆび

  • yubi,oyobi,oyubi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • finger
  • toe
  • digit

Examples of 指,ゆび,および,おゆび in a Sentence

I caught my finger in the door.
He put the ring on Mary's finger.
She bandaged his finger with a handkerchief.
Every Tuesday her fat little fingers flew like birds up and down the keys of song too.
I stood still, my whole attention fixed on the movements of her fingers.
He raised a finger in protest.
This ring is too big to wear on my finger.
He blew on his fingers to make them warm.
Now put your hands in your pockets.
The pin pierced his finger and it began to bleed.

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