夙, 宿, 守公, 守宮, しゅく

  • shuku

Definition of 夙,宿,守公,守宮,しゅく

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • outcasts (those from Kamakura period to the Edo period, common around the Kyoto region)

Examples of 夙,宿,守公,守宮,しゅく in a Sentence

The landlord barked at his servants.
私たちはそのふもと宿に泊まった。
We put up at an inn at the foot of the mountain.
The trouble is that we have nowhere to stay tonight.
This world is but a place of passage.
We'll have to camp out if we can't find a place to stay.
ふけて疲れていたので宿に泊まった。
As it was late at night and I was very tired, I put up at an inn.
空腹どの渇き覚え、私たちようやく宿に着いた。
Hungry and thirsty, we at last reached the inn.
The tourist asked for lodging for the night.
私達ふもと宿に泊まった。
We put up at an inn at the foot of the mountain.
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