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[まつ()·]
omatsuri
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[まつり()]
omatsuri
[()·まつ()·]
omatsuri
[()·まつり()]
omatsuri

Root Words:

[お + まつ()·]
o + matsuri

English Meaning(s) for お祭り

noun
  1. festival; feast; carnival

Definition and Synonyms for お祭り

Celebration the public performance of a sacrament or solemn ceremony with all appropriate ritual
Synonyms: 挙行, お祝い, 祝い, 祝う, お祭り, 祭式
Festival an organized series of acts and performances (usually in one place)
Synonyms: フェス, フェスティバル, 祝典, 祝宴, 祝祭, お祭り, 祭り, 祭る, 祭事, 祭典, 祭礼
Blowout a gay festivity
Synonyms: パンク, パンク, ジャンボリー, お祭り
Celebration a joyful occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event
Synonyms: 喜び事, , , お祝い, 祝い, 祝う, 祝い事, 祝儀, 祝典, 祝宴, 祝言, 祝い言, 祝賀, 祝賀会, お祭り, 祭り, 祭る, 祭式, 祭礼
Festival a day or period of time set aside for feasting and celebration
Synonyms: フェス, フェスティバル, 祝い事, 祝祭, お祭り, 祭り, 祭る, 祭事, 祭典, 祭礼, 祭祀

Meanings for each kanji in お祭り

ritual; offer prayers; celebrate; deify; enshrine; worship Kanji Details »

Categories お祭り is a member of

Celebration any joyous diversion
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Ritual the prescribed procedure for conducting religious ceremonies
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Occasion a vaguely specified social event
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Period an amount of time
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Sample Sentences for お祭り

It is the day of the traditional boys' festival.
They cancelled the festival.
I greatly appreciate your efforts during our festival.
In Italy, each village holds a festival once a year.
At the winter festival, Beth received an award for dancing the best.

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