亭主, ていしゅ

  • teishu

Definition of 亭主,ていしゅ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • household head
  • master
  • host (e.g. of a tea gathering)
  • innkeeper
  • owner (e.g. of an hotel)

  • husband

Related Kanji

pavilion, restaurant, mansion, arbor, cottage, vaudeville, music hall, stage name
lord, chief, master, main thing, principal

Examples of 亭主,ていしゅ in a Sentence

She wears the trousers in that house.
No wonder he is a hen - pecked husband.
Many times, a hen-pecked husband doesn't know his problems until he talks to a happy bachelor.
Knowing very well that his wife wanted to go to a movie, the husband, who was a dog in the manger, cooked up a scheme whereby they had to stay at home waiting for a certain visitor who was not expected to come.
The angry wife was on the warpath; she hit her husband with a broom for coming home late and drunk.
The angry wife was on the warpath; she hit her husband with a broom for coming home late and drunk.
He and his wife both work and his salary is lower than hers, so no wonder he is a hen-pecked husband.
He and his wife both work and his salary is lower than hers, so no wonder he is a hen-pecked husband.
うちの亭主甲斐性ない
My husband isn't quite the provider he should be.
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