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[よめ()]
yome
noun

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English Meaning(s) for 嫁

noun
  1. wife; bride
  2. (one's) daughter-in-law

Definition and Synonyms for 嫁

Bride a woman who has recently been married
Synonyms: , お嫁さん, 嫁御, 新妻, 新婦, 花嫁, 花嫁御寮
Bride a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony
Synonyms: , お嫁さん, 嫁御, 新妻, 新婦, 花嫁, 花嫁御寮
Daughter-In-Law the wife of your son
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Married Woman a married woman
Synonyms: つま, フラウ, ミセス, ワイフ, かみさん, おかみさん, 上様, 人妻, 令夫人, 令室, 令閨, 刀自, 夫人, 奥さん, 奥様, , , 女性, 女房, 妻女, 妻室, 娘子, 婦人, , 嫁さん, 嫁はん, , , , 家内, 御上, 御内, 御新造, 御方, 愚妻, 細君, 裏方
Married Woman a man's partner in marriage
Synonyms: つま, フラウ, ミセス, ワイフ, かみさん, おかみさん, 上様, 人妻, 令夫人, 令室, 令閨, 刀自, 夫人, 奥さん, 奥様, , , 女性, 女房, 妻女, 妻室, 娘子, 婦人, , 嫁さん, 嫁はん, , , , 家内, 御上, 御内, 御新造, 御方, 愚妻, 細君, 裏方

Meanings for each kanji in 嫁

marry into; bride Kanji Details »

Categories 嫁 is a member of

In-Law a relative by marriage
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Participant someone who takes part in an activity
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Spouse a person's partner in marriage
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Adult Female an adult female person (as opposed to a man)
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Honeymooner someone recently married
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 嫁

Sample Sentences for 嫁

Every Jack must have his Jill.
I have three daughters to marry off.
Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law are a tempest and hailstorm.
In all times and places many examples of poor relations between wives and mothers-in-law can be seen.
My husband has two older brothers. (That's right, I'm a third-son's wife)

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