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How to say June In Japanese?

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六月ろくがつ
Pronunciation: ろくがつ
How to Say It Outloud: rokugatsu
Usage: 六月 is used to refer to the month of June in Japanese.
Example Sentence Japanese:六月は梅雨の季節です。
Example Sentence English:June is the rainy season.

Dictionary

六月ろくがつCommon word
Noun
  • June
Noun
  • sixth month of the lunar calendar
Place
  • Rokugatsu
ジューンジューン
Noun
  • June
ジューンブライドジューンブライドCommon word
Noun
  • June bride
水無月みなづき
Adverb (fukushi)
Noun
  • sixth month of the lunar calendar (approx. July)
Adverb (fukushi)
Noun
  • June; sixth month of Gregorian calendar
Noun
  • triangles of sweet rice jelly topped with adzuki beans (eaten in the sixth month)
青よろしあおよろし
Noun
  • scoring combination consisting of the June, September, and October 5-point cards
卯波うなみ
Noun
  • rising sea waves from late May to early June
ええじゃないかええじゃないか
Noun
  • carnival-like religious celebrations (e.g. dancing festivals) that occurred across Japan from June 1867 to May 1868; why not?
Wikipedia definition
  • Ee ja nai ka
さよならハッピーバースデイさよならハッピーバースデイ
Noun
  • Happy Birthday Wanda June (book)
かもめーるかもめーる
Noun
  • summer greeting cards containing a lottery ticket, sold every year starting in June
梅雨つゆCommon wordjlpt-n3
Noun
  • (East Asian) rainy season (in Japan, usu. from early June to mid-July)
Noun
  • rain during the rainy season
Wikipedia definition
  • East Asian rainy season
采振木ざいふりぼく
Noun
  • Asian serviceberry (Amelanchier asiatica); shadberry; juneberry; shadbush; shadblow
ジュノージュノー
Noun
  • Juno (goddess)
Place
  • Juneau; Junnor; Junod; Junot
Wikipedia definition
  • Juno
ジューンベリージューンベリー
Noun
  • Canadian serviceberry (Amelanchier canadensis); juneberry; chuckleberry; currant-tree; shadblow; shadbush; shadblow serviceberry; shadbush serviceberry; sugarplum; thicket serviceberry
Wikipedia definition
  • Amelanchier canadensis
ノルマンディー上陸作戦ノルマンディーじょうりくさくせん
Noun
  • Invasion of Normandy (June-July 1944); Normandy Invasion
Wikipedia definition
  • Invasion of Normandy
ジュネットジュネット
Noun
  • JUNET

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