族, ぞく

  • zoku

Definition of 族,ぞく

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun, used as a suffix

  • tribe
  • clan
  • band

  • (taxonomical) tribe

  • group (of the periodic table)

Related Kanji

tribe, family

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ゼルダの伝説 神々のトライフォース2

Interesting words I came across while playing the japanese version of "The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds"

Examples of 族,ぞく in a Sentence

In the 6th century the Anglo-Saxons adopted Roman characters.
マヤ人々ボールゴム作っていました。
The Mayas made their balls out of rubber.
まずやって来たのはケルト紀元前600ことした。
First came the Celts in 600 B. C.
ボーラ扱いはとても難しいが、古代インカはそれがとてもうまかった
It is very difficult to handle the bola, but the ancient Incas were very good at it.
クスコは海抜3500メーターありそこ多くのインカ会うこときる。
Cuzco lies about 3,500 meters above sea level, and you can still see many Incas there.
The Incas had a wide range of interests.
Though the Incas built up a great civilization, they had no system of writing.
インカには具がない
There is no furniture in the houses of the Incas.
インカ四百スペイン人征服されたとき少数のインカがクスコ去ってペルー中心部あるマチュピチュに行った。
When the Incas were conquered by the Spanish about four hundred years ago, some of the Incas left Cuzco and went to Machu Picchu in the heart of Peru.
インカ四百スペイン人征服されたとき少数のインカがクスコ去ってペルー中心部あるマチュピチュに行った。
When the Incas were conquered by the Spanish about four hundred years ago, some of the Incas left Cuzco and went to Machu Picchu in the heart of Peru.

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