大空

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Chinese[edit]

 
big; great; huge; large; major; wide; deep; oldest; eldest; doctor
 
emptied; leisure; air; sky; empty; in vain
simp. and trad.
(大空)

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大空

  1. (Min Nan) big hole

Verb[edit]

大空

  1. (Min Nan) to have a big problem arise; to have a slip-up
  2. (Min Nan) to talk unrestrainedly (about something)

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Japanese[edit]

Kanji in this term
おお
Grade: 1
そら > ぞら
Grade: 1
kun’yomi

Etymology[edit]

(ō, large) +‎ (sora, sky)

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Noun[edit]

大空 (hiragana おおぞら, rōmaji ōzora, historical hiragana おほぞら)

  1. firmament; heavens; sky
    • 2004 March 10, Amano, Kozue, “Navigation18 そらおよさかな [Navigation18 A Fish That Swims in the Sky]”, in ARIAアリア [Aria], volume 4 (fiction), Tokyo: Mag Garden, →ISBN, page 106:
      その ()  (わたし) () ()った風追配達人 (シルフ)さんは ちょっぴりドジで だけど () (ども)のように () (じゃ) () (わら)う  (おお) (ぞら) ()きるまっすぐな () (てき)マンなのでした
      Sono hi watashi ga deatta Shirufu-san wa choppiri doji de dakedo kodomo no yō ni mujaki ni warau ōzora ni ikiru massugu na suteki man nano deshita
      That day, I met a Sylph who was a bit of an airhead, but who had innocent childlike laughs, and he was a lovely fella who lived in the sky

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