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hotori
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[ほとり()]
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[ほとり()]
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[ほと()·]
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English Meaning(s) for ほとり

noun
  1. side (esp. of a waterbody); edge; bank; shore

Definition and Synonyms for ほとり

Side a place within a region identified relative to a center or reference location
Synonyms: そば, おそば, ほとり, みもと, かたがた, かたわら, , , 側辺, , , , , , 辺り
Side a line segment forming part of the perimeter of a plane figure
Synonyms: ほとり, , , 辺り
Neighbourhood a surrounding or nearby region
Synonyms: そば, あたり, ほとり, かたがた, かたわら, 付近, , , 側辺, 周り, 周囲, 周辺, 四囲, 四辺, 界隈, , , その辺, 辺り, 近い, 近く, 近傍, 近所, 近辺, 近間, 近隣, 間近
Edge the outside limit of an object or area or surface
Synonyms: そば, へり, ほとり, ゆかり, エッジ, かたわら, , , 外輪, 果て, 果てる, , , , , , 端っこ, , , , 縁辺, , , 辺り, , , 際涯
Edge a place farthest away from the center of something
Synonyms: そば, へり, ほとり, ゆかり, エッジ, かたわら, , , 外輪, 果て, 果てる, , , , , , 端っこ, , , , 縁辺, , , 辺り, , , 際涯

Categories ほとり is a member of

Section a distinct region or subdivision of a territorial or political area or community or group of people
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Part the extended spatial location of something
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Line a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
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Demarcation Line the boundary of a specific area
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Stroke Order Diagrams for ほとり

Sample Sentences for ほとり

Last night Mizuki, very drunk, fell into the water while walking along the lakeside.
The house by the lake is mine.
London is on the Thames.
Many Japanese irises were flowering prettily on the lake's edge.
We camped on the border of the lake.

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