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Conjugations for 珍しい

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i adjective

English Meaning(s) for 珍しい

i adjective
  1. unusual; rare; curious
  2. new; novel
  3. fine (e.g. gift)

Definition and Synonyms for 珍しい

Rare marked by an uncommon quality
Synonyms: 珍しい, 異常, 非凡
Quaint strange in an interesting or pleasing way
Synonyms: , 珍しい, 珍奇, 風変わり
Rare recurring only at long intervals
Synonyms: たま, まれ, 偶々, , 希代, 希少, 希有, , 珍しい
Uncommon not common or ordinarily encountered
Synonyms: 並み外れ, 並外れる, 人並み外れた, 奇矯, , 希代, 希有, 珍しい, 異常, 異色, 超凡, 非凡, 風変わり
Rare not widely known
Synonyms: まれ, , 希代, 希少, 希有, , 珍しい, 珍奇
Unusual not commonly encountered
Synonyms: , , 希有, , 珍しい
Out-Of-The-Way out of the ordinary
Synonyms: 珍しい, 風変わり
Uncommon unusually great in amount or remarkable in character or kind
Synonyms: 並み外れ, 並外れる, 人並み外れた, 奇矯, , 希代, 希有, 珍しい, 異常, 異色, 超凡, 非凡, 風変わり
Rare especially superlative or extreme of its kind
Synonyms: 珍しい, 異常, 非凡
Rare especially valued for its uncommonness
Synonyms: まれ, , 希代, 希少, 希有, , 珍しい, 珍奇

Meanings for each kanji in 珍しい

rare; curious; strange Kanji Details »

Stroke Order Diagrams for 珍しい

Conjugations for 珍しい

Present Indicative Form
Present Indicative Negative Form
Past Indicative Form
Past Indicative Negative Form
Adverbial Form
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form

Sample Sentences for 珍しい

An eclipse of the moon is a rare phenomenon.
He once lied and told her a rare creature lived in her closet.
I thought it unusual that he was up so late at night.
The house stood out because of its unusual shape.
But in many ways, the bird called Alex is unusual, for it has shown the kind of mental abilities that scientists once thought only humans had.

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