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How to say Lotus In Japanese?

KanjiHiraganaKatakana
蓮はすハス
Pronunciation: hasu
How to Say It Outloud: ha-su
Usage: The word '蓮' is used to refer to the lotus flower commonly found in ponds and lakes in Japan.
Example Sentence Japanese:池には美しい蓮の花が咲いています。
Example Sentence English:Beautiful lotus flowers are blooming in the pond.

Dictionary

蓮はすCommon wordjlpt-n1
Noun
  • sacred lotus (Nelumbo nucifera); Indian lotus; lotus
Noun
  • rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus)
Wikipedia definition
  • Nelumbo nucifera
ロータスロータスCommon word
Noun
  • lotus
Wikipedia definition
  • Lotus
ミヤコグサ属ミヤコグサぞく
Noun
  • Lotus (genus of legume)
法華経ほけきょう
Noun
  • Lotus Sutra
Wikipedia definition
  • Lotus Sutra
蓮座れんざ
Noun
  • lotus seat (under Buddhist statues); lotus base
蓮の実はすのみ
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)
Noun
  • lotus seed; lotus nut
蓮華台れんげだい
Noun
  • lotus seat (under Buddhist statues); lotus base
蓮華れんげ
Noun
  • lotus flower
Noun
  • Chinese milk vetch (Astragalus sinicus)
Noun
  • china spoon
Noun
  • lotus-shaped pedestal for a gravestone
結跏趺坐けっかふざ
Noun
  • lotus position (meditation and yoga posture); padmasana; sitting with legs crossed and feet placed on opposing thighs
Wikipedia definition
  • Lotus position
白蓮教びゃくれんきょう
Noun
  • White Lotus Society
Wikipedia definition
  • White Lotus
蓮華座れんげざ
Noun
  • lotus position (meditation and yoga posture); padmasana; sitting with legs crossed and feet placed on opposing thighs
Noun
  • lotus seat (under Buddhist statue); lotus base; lotus pedestal
荷葉かよう
Noun
  • lotus leaf
結跏けっか
Noun
  • lotus position (meditation and yoga posture); padmasana; sitting with legs crossed and feet placed on opposing thighs
蓮餅はすもち
Noun
  • lotus root-starch dumpling
妙法蓮華経みょうほうれんげきょう
Noun
  • Lotus Sutra
蓮池はすいけ
Noun
  • lotus pond
蓮の蔤はちすのはい
Noun
  • lotus root
九品蓮台くほんれんだい
Noun
  • nine-tiered lotus leaf platform in Amitabha's Pure Land
半跏はんか
Noun
  • half lotus position (meditation posture); sitting with one foot placed on the opposite thigh
半跏趺坐はんかふざ
Noun
  • half lotus position (meditation posture); sitting with one foot placed on the opposite thigh

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