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枕, まくら

  • makura


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

  • pillow
  • bolster


  • introduction (e.g. to a rakugo story)
  • lead-in

Examples of 枕,まくら in a Sentence

He laid his head on the pillow.
I like Japanese rice pillows; they are good for my neck.
She laid her head down on the pillow.
She sleeps with two pillows.
Using a doubled-up cushion in place of a pillow I lie down on the hard wooden floor with nothing but a carpet spread over it.
She sleeps with two pillows.
Can I get a pillow?
Could I have a pillow and blanket?
May I have a pillow and a blanket, please?
An ideal pillow is available from a mail-order house.

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