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Samurai in Katakana



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1. Serve near the side. Be on the side of your superiors.
2. After the Heian period, a family member (Kenin) who served the prince, customs, lord, temple, company, and institute and was in charge of housework.
3. Abbreviation for “Samurai-dokoro”.
4. A place where the samurai banqueted in the south of Seiryoden.
5. Those who serve the samurai in the Middle Ages and the early modern period. In particular, it is a senior samurai in the Kamakura / Muromachi period, a hatamoto in the shogunate in the Edo period, and a middle and small surname or higher in various clan. This is a well-established meaning.
6. A low-ranking monk who is in charge of general affairs at the temple gate and the temple family.

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