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部族, ぶぞく

  • buzoku


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

  • tribe
  • clan
  • house

Examples of 部族,ぶぞく in a Sentence

That tribe worships its ancestors.
The tribe worships its ancestors and speaks its own language, and speaks an unfamiliar language.
He has been the chief of his tribe for 35 years.
Those tribes inhabit the desert all year round.
The dictator forced the tribe to agree on the terms of surrender.
These men are the wisest people of the tribe.
Members of that tribe settled along the river.
Imagine, for the sake of argument, a tribal group in which mother-son incest was countenanced.
Members of the tribe settled down along the river.

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