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はく

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The hardest habit of all to break is the terrible habit of happiness.
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Japanese

Etymology 1

Alternative spellings

Verb

はく (transitive, godan conjugation, romaji haku)

  1. to wear (on the lower body, e.g. trousers)

Etymology 2

Kanji reading

はく (romaji haku)

  1. : doctor, PhD
  2. : fading
  3. : oak

Noun

はく (romaji haku)

  1. : count, earl
  2. : foil

Suffix

はく (romaji haku)

  1. : counter for nights stayed

Verb

はく (romaji haku)

  1. 掃く: to sweep
  2. 吐く: to vomit

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