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[たく()]
taku
noun

English Meaning(s) for 宅

noun
  1. house; home; husband

Definition and Synonyms for 宅

Dwelling housing that someone is living in
Synonyms: いる, ハイム, ホーム, アビタシオン, , 住まい, 住まう, 住み処, 住宅, , お宅, 実家, , , 室積み, , , , , 家作, 家宅, 家居, 家屋, 宿り, 宿る, , , 居住, 居宅, , 屋敷, 自宅, 邸宅, ,
House a dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families
Synonyms: いる, ハウス, メゾン, 人家, 人屋, 令堂, 住まい, 住み処, 住宅, , , お宅, 室積み, , , , , 家宅, 家屋, 宿, , , 居宅, 居所, , 建屋, 御内, , , ,
Hubby a married man
Synonyms: つま, はず, ハズ, ハズバンド, , 主人, 亭主, 入夫, , 夫の君, 女房持ち, 妻帯者, , 宿六, 既婚男性, 旦つく, 旦那, 良人
Hubby a woman's partner in marriage
Synonyms: つま, はず, ハズ, ハズバンド, , 主人, 亭主, 入夫, , 夫の君, 女房持ち, 妻帯者, , 宿六, 既婚男性, 旦つく, 旦那, 良人

Meanings for each kanji in 宅

home; house; residence; our house; my husband Kanji Details »

Categories 宅 is a member of

Edifice a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place
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Dwelling housing that someone is living in
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Lodging structures collectively in which people are housed
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Spouse a person's partner in marriage
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Sample Sentences for 宅

Your tap water is too hard. Get a water softener.
Have you ever been to Hawaii, Takuya?
I don't want to risk losing it.
Children often cry just to attract attention.
This group passes out information on such things as travel and health care, and encourages its members to vote on issues that affect this age group such as legislation regulating the insurance industry, medical care and housing.

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