List: mahjong

Terms used in mahjong, a game for four players that was created in China.

Showing 1 - 10 of 274 words for the list mahjong. #mahj

popular  JLPT N4  noun  noun (generic)  noun (suffix)  abbreviation  finance  card games  mahjong  archaic 

  • child, kid, teenager, youngster, young (non-adult) person
  • (one's) child, offspring
  • young woman
  • young (animal)
  • offshoot
  • interest
  • new share
  • player who is not a dealer
  • young geisha, young prostitute
  • bird egg
  • -er (often of young women)

popular  JLPT N5  noun  noun (generic)  counter  slang  mahjong  archaic  noun (prefix) 

  • mountain, hill
  • mine (e.g. coal mine)
  • heap, pile
  • crown (of a hat), thread (of a screw), tread (of a tire), protruding part of an object, high part
  • climax, peak, critical point
  • guess, speculation, gamble
  • criminal case, crime
  • mountain climbing, mountaineering
  • festival float (esp. one mounted with a decorative halberd)
  • deck (of playing cards on table, face down, from which cards are drawn), stack
  • wall, wall tile
  • temple, temple grounds
  • wild

popular  JLPT N4  noun  noun (generic)  card games  mahjong  noun taking the genitive case particle の  adjective (generic) 

  • parent, parents, mother and father
  • dealer, banker
  • founder, inventor
  • (pet) owner
  • key, parent (organization), main
  • ancestor, forefather

popular  JLPT N5  noun  noun (generic)  mahjong  food, cooking 

  • white
  • innocence, innocent person
  • blank space
  • white go stone
  • white dragon tile
  • skewered grilled pig intestine

popular  JLPT N3  noun  noun (generic)  mahjong  card games  hanafuda 

  • role, assignment, responsibility, duty, function, job, service
  • position (of responsibility), post, office
  • part (in a play, film, etc.), role, character
  • scoring combination, hand, yaku, meld

popular  obsolete kanji  JLPT N3  noun  noun (generic)  usually written using kana alone  mahjong 

  • hill, height, knoll, rising ground
  • bonus points awarded to the winner at the end of a game

popular  noun  noun (generic)  baseball  adverb  mahjong 

  • one shot, one charge, one explosion
  • one blow, one punch
  • home run
  • one try, one attempt
  • win on the first go-around after calling rÄ«chi

popular  JLPT N5  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic)  transitive verb  mahjong  go (game)  auxiliary verb 

  • to cut, to cut through, to perform (surgery)
  • to sever (connections, ties)
  • to turn off (e.g. the light)
  • to terminate (e.g. a conversation), to hang up (the phone), to disconnect
  • to punch (a ticket), to tear off (a stub)
  • to open (something sealed)
  • to start
  • to set (a limit), to do (something) in less or within a certain time, to issue (cheques, vouchers, etc.)
  • to reduce, to decrease, to discount
  • to shake off (water, etc.), to let drip-dry, to let drain
  • to cross, to traverse
  • to criticize sharply
  • to act decisively, to do (something noticeable), to go first, to make (certain facial expressions, in kabuki)
  • to turn (vehicle, steering wheel, etc.)
  • to curl (a ball), to bend, to cut
  • to shuffle (cards)
  • to discard a tile
  • to dismiss, to sack, to let go, to expulse, to excommunicate
  • to dig (a groove), to cut (a stencil, on a mimeograph)
  • to trump
  • to cut (the connection between two groups)
  • to start a fire (with wood-wood friction or by striking a metal against stone)
  • to draw (a shape) in the air (with a sword, etc.)
  • to do completely

popular  JLPT N5  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic)  transitive verb  intransitive verb  mahjong  mathematics 

  • to stick, to paste, to affix
  • to stretch, to spread, to strain, to tighten, to put up (tent)
  • to form (e.g. ice on a pond)
  • to fill, to swell
  • to stick out, to put, to slap
  • to post (a link, etc. online)
  • to be expensive
  • to keep a watch on, to be on the lookout
  • to become one tile away from completion
  • to span, to generate

popular  noun  noun (generic)  noun (suffix)  mahjong 

  • waiting, waiting time
  • wait tile, tile which would complete one's hand