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木々, 木木, 樹々, 樹樹, きぎ

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Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • every tree
  • many trees
  • all kinds of trees

Examples of 木々,木木,樹々,樹樹,きぎ in a Sentence

木々出し始めた。
The trees are beginning to bud.
木々すべて落としていた。
The trees were bare of leaves.
木々すでに落としている。
The trees are already bare.
木々落ちている
The leaves on the trees are falling by the wind.
木々が紅し始めた
The leaves of the trees began to turn red.
木々出ている
The trees are in bud.
The trees that line the street have lovely blossoms in spring.
木々出し始めた。
The trees are putting forth leaves.
まもなく木々になるだろう
It won't be long before the trees are bare.
The birds are singing in the trees.

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