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木の実, 木ノ実, きのみ, このみ

  • kinomi,konomi

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • nut
  • fruit
  • berry

Examples of 木の実,木ノ実,きのみ,このみ in a Sentence

ボブはいろいろな種類木の実見つけた
Bob found various kinds of nuts.
These small rodents store up nuts in the winter.
The animals were busy collecting nuts.
備えてりすが木の実蓄えている
Squirrels are storing up nuts against the winter.
Foods rich in vitamin E include dark-green, leafy vegetables, beans, nuts and whole-grain cereals.
We shook nuts from the tree.
リスは忙しく木の実集めていた
The squirrel was busy gathering nuts.
女は、アレックスが何か言うたびに木の与えるではなく特に木の」といったときにのみ与えたのである
Instead of giving Alex a nut each time he said something, she'd only give it when he specifically said "nut."
女は、アレックスが何か言うたびに木の与えるではなく特に木の」といったときにのみ与えたのである
Instead of giving Alex a nut each time he said something, she'd only give it when he specifically said "nut."
The typhoon bared the tree of its fruit.

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