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Vocabulary Lists Thanksgiving Day in the United States
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Thanksgiving Day in the United States

アメリカの感謝祭
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corn
トウモロコシ トウモロコシ (n)
トウモロコシ
tōmorokoshi
corn
私のお気に入りの野菜は、軸付きトウモロコシだ。 私のお気に入りの野菜は、軸付きトウモロコシだ。
わたしのおきにいりのやさいは、じくつきトウモロコシだ。
Watashi no o-kiniiri no yasai wa, jiku tsuki tōmorokoshi da.
My favorite vegetable is corn on the cob.
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pumpkin
カボチャ カボチャ (n)
かぼちゃ
kabocha
pumpkin
オレンジ色のかぼちゃ オレンジ色のかぼちゃ
オレンジいろのかぼちゃ
orenjiiro no kabocha
orange pumpkin
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turkey
七面鳥 七面鳥 (n)
しちめんちょう
shichimenchō
turkey
yam
ヤムイモ ヤムイモ (n)
ヤムイモ
yamu imo
yam
feast
御馳走 御馳走 (n)
ごちそう
gochisō
feast
mashed potatoes
マッシュポテト マッシュポテト (n)
マッシュポテト
masshu poteto
mashed potatoes
gravy
グレービーソース グレービーソース (n)
グレービーソース
gurēbī sōsu
gravy
Thanksgiving
感謝祭 感謝祭 (n)
かんしゃさい
kanshasai
Thanksgiving
squash
スクウォッシュ スクウォッシュ (n)
スクウォッシュ
sukuwosshu
squash
cranberry sauce
クランベリーソース クランベリーソース (n)
クランベリーソース
kuranberī sōsu
cranberry sauce
cornucopia
豊穣の角 豊穣の角 (n)
ほうじょうの つの
hōjō no tsuno
cornucopia
stuffing
詰め物 詰め物 (n)
つめもの
tsumemono
stuffing
pumpkin pie
パンプキンパイ パンプキンパイ (n)
パンプキンパイ
panpukin pai
pumpkin pie
Native Americans
アメリカ先住民 アメリカ先住民
アメリカせんじゅうみん
Amerika senjūmin
Native Americans
Mayflower
メイフラワー号 メイフラワー号
メイフラワーごう
Meifurawā-gō
Mayflower
Thanksgiving Day
感謝祭 感謝祭 (n)
かんしゃさい
kanshasai
Thanksgiving Day
Pilgrims
ピルグリム・ファーザーズ ピルグリム・ファーザーズ (n)
ピルグリム・ファーザーズ
Pirugurimu Fāzāzu
Pilgrims
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Thursday at 3:34 pm
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We’re giving away a free video lesson that’ll help you learn to say “Thank You” – in 31 different languages! Just in time for Thanksgiving. Check it out: https://www.japanesepod101.com/thankyou

Erik Adams
November 24th, 2017 at 12:30 pm
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Konichiwa!

Ressunwa suki desu! I was unable to get the “Say thank you in 31 languages” lesson, the link just took me to the subscription sale page. I am already premium plus, I would just like the thank you lesson. I had the same problem on Thai pod 101. Tasukete onegai shimasu! (sumimasen if I used the wrong form/formality of help!) ^;^

AJ
November 16th, 2017 at 9:52 am
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I will use these this 感謝祭

sean
December 31st, 2016 at 12:10 pm
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Even more info on the meaning and origin of トウモロコシ…
http://japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/17398/%E3%83%88%E3%82%A6%E3%83%A2%E3%83%AD%E3%82%B3%E3%82%B7-why-kana-what-is-the-etymology

It’s really pretty interesting. =) 面白い!

November 29th, 2016 at 3:18 pm
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sean san,
Konnichiwa.
Thank you for your post and sharing the information.
😄
Yuki 由紀
Team JapanesePod101.com

sean
November 25th, 2016 at 7:41 am
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re: とうもろこし (toumorokoshi)

I found this:
http://jisho.org/word/%E7%8E%89%E8%9C%80%E9%BB%8D

December 2nd, 2015 at 9:43 am
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Tim H-san konnichiwa,

Thanks for your comment!
The word tōmorokoshi is used for any types of corn, such as canned ones, the ones on a cob.
It’s said that shichimen (seven faces) came from its face.
A turkey changes its face/neck colour when they get angry/excited.

Hope this helps,
Motoko
Team JapanesePod101.com

December 1st, 2015 at 5:43 pm
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Stefan san,
Konnichiwa.
Does it sound cute?
Yuki 由紀
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Tim H
November 27th, 2015 at 12:59 pm
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Corn on the cob is called “Tomorrow Corn”?
Do we know why turkeys are called seven-faced birds (bird with seven faces)?

stefan
November 27th, 2015 at 8:28 am
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I still love the word かぼちや