茨, 荊, 棘, いばら, イバラ

  • ibara,ibara

Definition of 茨,荊,棘,いばら,イバラ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • thorny shrub

  • wild rose
  • briar

  • thorn

  • (architectural) cusp

Examples of 茨,荊,棘,いばら,イバラ in a Sentence

言葉にはとげあった
There was a bite in his remark.
Life has its sorrows, as every rose has its thorns.
バラとげ刺されるよりは、いらくさとげ刺された方がまし
It is better to be stung by a nettle than pricked by a rose.
バラとげ刺されるよりは、いらくさとげ刺された方がまし
It is better to be stung by a nettle than pricked by a rose.
このささって取れません。
I can't get this splinter out of my finger.
とげ刺した
I ran a splinter into my finger.
とげないバラない
Every rose has its thorn.
とげある言葉彼女傷つけた。
My harsh words bruised her feeling.
バラある
A rose has thorns on it stem.
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