"ceremony" translation into Japanese

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"ceremony" in Japanese

volume_up
ceremony {noun} [example]

EN ceremony
volume_up
{noun}

ceremony
ceremony (also: rites)
式典 [しきてん] {noun}
ceremony (also: expression, style)
[しき] {noun}
ceremony (also: celebration, law, rule, law code)
[てん] {noun}
ceremony (also: courtesy, etiquette)
典礼 [てんれい] {noun}
ceremony (also: affair, case, matter, rule)
[ぎ] {noun}
ceremony (also: service)
儀式 [ぎしき] {noun}
ceremony (also: rite, ritual, service)
儀典 [ぎてん] {noun}

Synonyms (English) for "ceremony":

ceremony

Context sentences for "ceremony" in Japanese

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Englishceremony to consecrate a newly made Buddhist statue or image by inserting the eyes
Englishfinal cut severing sumo wrestler's top-knot in his retirement ceremony
Englishformer sumo grand champion's 60th birthday ring-entering ceremony
Englishfirst ring-entering ceremony of the newly promoted grand champion, performed at Meiji shrine
Englishformer sumo grand champion's 60th birthday ring-entering ceremony
Englishring entering ceremony in presence of the emperor or crown prince
Englishceremony to purify the ring before the start of sumo tournament
Englishpaper folded and tucked inside the front of one's kimono, especially for use at the tea ceremony
Englishretirement ceremony of sumo wrestler where his top-knot is cut
Englishexhibition match held at sumo wrestler's retirement ceremony
Englishbow-twirling ceremony at the end of a day of sumo wrestling
Englishbow-twirling ceremony at the end of a day of sumo wrestling
Englishobi-tying ceremony designed to ensure safe birth of a child
EnglishShiranui style of grand champion's ring-entering ceremony
Englishceremony in which paper lanterns are floated down a river
Englishceremony celebrating the formation of an organization
Englishceremony for the erection of the framework of a house
Englishopening ceremony for the new ring in a sumo stable
Englishprayer ceremony for children's artistic development
Englishsmall door which leads into a tea ceremony hut