野, 埜, の, や, ぬ

  • no,ya,nu
JLPT 3

Definition of 野,埜,の,や,ぬ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • plain
  • field

  • hidden (structural) member

noun, used as a prefix

  • wild

  • lacking a political post

Examples of 野,埜,の,や,ぬ in a Sentence

This wild rose gives off a sweet scent.
These wild flowers give off a nice smell.
恋人探してあちこちと歩き回った
The lovers roamed around the fields in search of wild berries.
The road wound through the fields.
After us the deluge.
She said she was walking through the woods, looking for wild flowers.
それは放つようなもの
It is like letting a tiger run loose.
Let's just try it. Who cares what happens afterward? There's no sense thinking too much about that.
ここにたくさんある
Here are wildflowers in abundance.
My hobby is taking pictures of wild flowers.
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