dictionary of Japanese and English idiomatic equivalents
= Wa-Ei jukugo jitsuyoku jiten by Charles Corwin
Tokyo: London: Kodansha International, 1994.
PL679.D5 Watson library Stacks
The purpose of this book is to serve as a quick guide for locating
idiomatic equivalents in Japanese and to enables one to select
Japanese idioms. The types of entries are single words, colloquial
expressions, idiomatic expressions, proverbial expressions, phrases
and bible verses, classifying of entries under 222 general thought
new dictionary of kanji usage = Atarashii kanji yoho jitenby
Naoomi Kuratani, Akemi Kobayashi, Shunsuke Okunishi
Tokyo: Gakken, 1982.
PL679. K87 East Asian Reference
The character entries are the 2000 most frequently used and/or
most important characters, and these 2,000 characters are illustrated
with 12,500 usage examples. To make them easier to learn, the
entries are divided into ten levels of 200 characters each, based
on their usage frequency and/or importance.
of Chinese Japanese characters by Rose-Innes Arthur
Tokyo: Sotakusha, 1991.
PL679.R6 East 1977 Asian Reference
Three elements enter into the study of the Chinese characters:
a)the character itself, i.e. the printed or written form; b)the
readings, i.e. the soundscorresponding to the character; c) the
meanings, i.e. the expression in English of the ideas contained
in the character.
dictionary in Romaji for one million foreigners = Gaikokujin
no tame no Romaji
Nihongo jiten by Masaki Shibata
Tokyo: Sotakusha, 1991.
PL679.S48 East Asian Reference
This dictionary consists of about 4,500 English words and hundreds
of idioms in alphabetical order with Japanese translations and
more than 2,000 sample sentences in Romaji. All the Japanese words
and sentences in this book are in romaji because the purpose is
to be useful in developing ideas about the Japanese language.
new collegiate English-Japanese dictionary = Shin Ei-Wa chujiten
Dai 5-hanby Yoshio
Koine ...[et al.].
Tokyo: Kenkyusha, 1985.
PL679.K43 East Asian Library
Nichi-Ei jiten = The Kenkyusha Japanese-English learner's
dictionary by Shigeru Takebayashi
Tokyo: Kenkyusha, 1992.
PL679.K382 East Asian Reference, copy 1; Art & Architecture
Reference, copy 2; East Asian Library, copy 3.
This dictionary is designed to meet the needs of students who
wish to study and master practical modern Japanese. The selection
of headwords is based on their occurrence in everyday use.
Nihongo gakushu jiten = Japan foundation basic Japanese-English
Tokyo: Bonjinsha, 1986.
PL679.B37 East Asian Reference
This dictionary is for elementary to intermediate Japanese learners.
There are 2,873 separate entries, and for the convenience of the
user, the entries are written in roman letters followed by the
standard writing in Kanji and or Kana.
furigana Japanese-English dictionary : the essential dictionary
for all students of Japanese.
Tokyo; New York; London: Kodansha International, 1995.
PL679. K67 East Asian Reference, copy 1; Watson Library Stacks,
Each entry word is given first in hiragana and or katakana, and
then where appropriate in kanji. The kanji selected in this book
is most likely to be known by educated Japanese.
Wa-Ei jiten = The Kodansha Japanese-English dictionary by
Mamoru Shimizu, Shigehisa Narita
Tokyo: Kodansha, 1976.
PL679.K56 East Asian Reference
This is a Japanese-English dictionary including about 60,000 examples.
bunka o Eigo de shokaisuru jiten = Traditional Japanese culture
& modern Japan by Yoichi Sugiura & John K. Gillespie.
Tokyo : Natsumesha, 1993.
DS821. S8725 East Asian Reference
Katsuji no shin Konsaisu Wa-Ei jiten = Sanseido's new concise
Japanese-English dictionary by Fumio Nakajima
Tokyo: Sanseido, 1983.
PL679.N28 East Asian Reference
This is a Japanese-English dictionary. It consists of enough entries
and is used big fonts.
Oxford-Duden pictorial English-Japanese dictionary by John Pheby,
Oxford; New York : Oxford University Press, 1983.
PL679.P29 Watson Library Stacks
This English-Japanese pictorial dictionary provides certain kinds
of information clearly by pictures rather than by definitions
and explanations alone. The contents are organized by a subject
so that it will be particularly useful to the learner. Besides,
it presents alphabetical indexes in English and Japanese.
romanized Japanese-English dictionary by Hiroshi Takahashi
Tokyo: Taiseido, 1984.
PL679.T25 Watson Library Stacks
This book contains about 24,000 words, practical enough for everyday
daily concise Japanese-English dictionary = Deiri konsaisu
Wa-Ei jiten. 3rd edition.by Takanobu Otsuka
Tokyo: Sanseido, 1979.
PL679. S238 East Asian Library
A concise pocket-typed Japanese-English dictionary.
standard Japanese-English dictionary by Oreste Vaccari, Enko Elisa
Tokyo: Jochi Gakuin, 1990.
PL679. V34 Watson Library Stacks
This dictionary is based on the work by Oreste and Elisa Vaccari,
who had a special interest in assisting foreign students. Every
entry word is written in roman characters and Japanese characters,
and the meaning is written in English.