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How to say Teeth In Japanese?

KanjiHiraganaKatakana
歯はハ
Pronunciation: ha
How to Say It Outloud: Ha
Usage: Used to refer to teeth in a general sense.
Example Sentence Japanese:彼は歯が痛いと言っている。
Example Sentence English:He says his teeth hurt.

Dictionary

歯はCommon wordjlpt-n5
Noun
  • tooth; teeth
Noun
  • tooth (of a comb, saw, etc.); cog
Noun
  • support (of a geta)
Wikipedia definition
  • Human tooth
歯磨きはみがきCommon wordjlpt-n2jlpt-n1
Noun
Suru verb
Intransitive verb
  • dental brushing; brushing one's teeth
Noun
  • dentifrice; toothpaste; tooth powder
Wikipedia definition
  • Tooth brushing
歯並びはならび
Noun
  • row of teeth; set of teeth; dentition
食いしばるくいしばる
Godan verb with 'ru' ending
Transitive verb
  • to set one's teeth; to clench one's teeth; to grit one's teeth
鑢目やすりめ
Noun
  • teeth (of a rasp)
Noun
  • rasped area
歯牙しが
Noun
  • teeth (and tusks)
奥歯おくば
Noun
  • molars; back teeth
歯形はがた
Noun
  • impression of the teeth; tooth mold (mould)
Noun
  • tooth mark; teeth marks
歯列しれつ
Noun
  • row of teeth
歯抜けはぬけ
Noun
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • having missing teeth; toothlessness
削歯さくし
Noun
  • teeth clipping; teeth filing
断歯だんし
Noun
  • teeth clipping; grinding down teeth
かぶり付くかぶりつく
Godan verb with 'ku' ending
Intransitive verb
  • to bite into; to sink one's teeth into
Godan verb with 'ku' ending
Intransitive verb
  • to stick to; to cling to; to hold on to
やっとやっとCommon wordjlpt-n4
Adverb (fukushi)
  • at last; finally
Adverb (fukushi)
  • barely; narrowly; just; by the skin of one's teeth
務歯むし
Noun
  • zipper teeth; zip teeth
乳歯にゅうし
Noun
  • baby tooth; milk tooth; first set of teeth
反っ歯そっぱ
Noun
  • prominent front teeth; buckteeth; projecting teeth
歯並みはなみ
Noun
  • row of teeth; set of teeth; dentition
歯を磨くはをみがく
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)
Godan verb with 'ku' ending
  • to brush one's teeth
食らいつくくらいつく
Godan verb with 'ku' ending
Intransitive verb
  • to bite at; to snap at; to nibble
Godan verb with 'ku' ending
Intransitive verb
  • to get one's teeth into (metaphorically); to get to grips with; to really get into

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