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Meaning:

In Japanese,祭 means “festival”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:まつ
Onyomi:さい


How to write it:


Origin:

You can see the meat on the table.
In festival, we will treat people using the meat.
So 祭 means “festival”.


Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
Inter祭りまつりfestivalNoun
Interお祭りおまつりfestivalNoun
Inter祭るまつるto deifyVerb
Adv司祭しさいpriestNoun
Adv祭祀さいしritualNoun
Adv祭壇さいだんaltarNoun
H_Adv葬祭そうさいfuneralNoun
H_Adv祭礼さいれいfestivalNoun
S_Adv祝祭しゅくさいfestivalNoun
S_Adv祭儀さいぎritualNoun
S_Adv祭典さいてんeventNoun
S_Adv祭神さいじんdeityNoun
S_Adv祭司さいしpriestNoun
S_Adv祭日さいじつholidayNoun
Othersひな祭りひなまつりGirl's DayNoun
Others夏祭りなつまつりsummer festivalNoun
Others祭り上げるまつりあげるto mythologizeVerb
Others祝祭日しゅくさいじつpublic holidaysNoun
Others血祭りちまつりblood festivalNoun
Others大祭たいさいgrand festivalNoun
Others祭事さいじfestivalNoun
Others花祭りはなまつりflower festivalNoun
Others後の祭りあとのまつりtoo lateNoun
Others祭具さいぐritual utensilNoun
Others秋祭りあきまつりautumn festivalNoun
Others火祭りひまつりfire festivalNoun
Others祭主さいしゅpriestNoun
Others雪祭りゆきまつりsnow festivalNoun
Others神祭かみまつりgod festivalNoun
Others春祭りはるまつりspring festivalNoun
Others星祭りほしまつりstar festivalNoun
Others祭場さいじょうfestival siteNoun
Others七夕祭りたなばたまつりstar festivalNoun
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