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jmdict 1007390 Active (id: 2276492)

ダサいださい
1. [adj-i] [col]
▶ uncool
▶ lame
▶ unfashionable
▶ unstylish
▶ tacky
▶ tasteless
▶ ugly
▶ corny
▶ pathetic (behaviour)
▶ sad
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 2827641 ダサかっこいい 1. cheesy yet cool; so uncool it's cool; cool but uncool
  ⇐ see: 2202780 ダ埼玉【ダさいたま】 1. Saitama Prefecture
  ⇐ see: 2120740 ダサ男【ださお】 1. uncool man; dork; geek; dweeb; nerd
  ⇐ see: 2163270 ダサメン 1. unfashionable and unattractive man
  ⇐ see: 2848815 だせー 1. uncool; tacky; lame; corny

Conjugations


History:
18. A 2023-09-07 02:02:08  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
The author does not "distinguish between the two usages" but rather explains that ダサい is used for more than just appearances. I don't think the split you're suggesting is clear-cut or helpful. Why is the ダサい that describes a song/name/catchphrase/etc., more similar to the ダサい that describes an action/behaviour than to the ダサい that describes clothes or hair? A ダサい邦題 isn't "pathetic". It is uncool/lame, though, in much the same way an outfit or hairstyle might be. Which sense of the word is being used in ダサいポーズ? It wouldn't translate as unfashionable/ugly but it's still a comment on how something looks. When someone describes a 暴走族 as ダサい, it's typically in reference to their image and behaviour collectively. I don't think the distinction you're describing reflects how the word is used or conceptualised by native speakers.
And I'm not sure it's necessarily true that it "most commonly refers to clothing". Search ダサい on Twitter and not even half the results are clothing-related.
  Diff:
@@ -15,0 +16 @@
+<gloss>unstylish</gloss>
17. A* 2023-09-06 02:13:21 
  Refs:
Google ダサいといわれた and it's all about clothes.

https://detail.chiebukuro.yahoo.co.jp/qa/question_detail/q14242967804
"通りすがりの人に「ダサい」と言われる件についてお聞きしたいです。...ちなみに、その時私はバルーンスリーブ?のトップスと、花柄のスカートを着ていました。
(そんなに嗤われるほど珍奇な格好なんですかね…。)"

https://rennai-up.com/kareshi-dasai-iwareru/
"彼氏にダサいと言われたことはありますか? 好きな人に自分のセンスを批判されるのは辛いですよね。"

https://note.com/paradeshoes/n/n318e8ab2185d
”「ダサい」の反対は、「かっこいい」「おしゃれ」。"

https://detail.chiebukuro.yahoo.co.jp/qa/question_detail/q10245495705
”「ダサい」という言葉も同様です。「田舎くさい」「やぼったい」「冴えてない」「ドンくさい」「イケてない」などと同じで、服装や髪型や顔などの見かけだけではなく、やってることがダサいとか、態度がダサいとか、AKBの新曲がダサいとか、あいつのインスタはダサいとか、幅広く使う言葉なのです。x
The author distinguishes between the two usages.
  Comments:
With due respect, I don't think it's about differences in English glosses at all, but a clear distinction in the Japanese between the most common usage, relating to clothes, and at least one other type of usage relating to more abstract things such as behavior and sure, a multitude of other things. Imagine a coversation where a Japanese person is called ダサい. Their first thought might very well be that their fashion sense is being called out (see the References box) but the utterer could respond "ちがう、服じゃなくて行動がだよ。 "

I'm not going to keep raising this but I would appreciate it if you could consider my proposal one more time. The entry as it's now certainly casts a wide net and covers most of the usage, but it's also all over the place, and it doesn't make it clear it most commonly refers to clothing.
16. A 2023-09-05 17:25:33  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I don't find the argument convincing. Context is key. You're describing a distinction between English glosses. In Japanese, it's all the same sense. The matter is closed.
15. A* 2023-09-05 13:39:54 
  Comments:
But that's absolutely not the argument I just made.
14. A 2023-09-05 09:51:45  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I realise getting good references for colloquialisms is a challenge, but a subtitle added by a translator to an anime is not really enough to justify creating an extra sense.
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jmdict 1014270 Active (id: 2276251)

アイデンティティ [gai1] アイデンティティー [gai1] アイデンテティ [sk]
1. [n]
▶ identity



History:
2. A 2023-09-04 06:18:12  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2023-09-04 04:20:19  Stephen Kraus <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Google N-gram Corpus Counts
╭─ーーーーーーーーーー─┬─────────┬───────╮
│ アイデンティティ   │ 593,451 │ 78.1% │
│ アイデンティティー  │ 161,441 │ 21.3% │
│ アイデンテティ    │   2,948 │  0.4% │ - sk
│ アイデンテティー   │     996 │  0.1% │
│ アイデンティテ    │     403 │  0.1% │
│ アイデンティーティー │     104 │  0.0% │
│ アイデンチチ     │      96 │  0.0% │
╰─ーーーーーーーーーー─┴─────────┴───────╯
  Diff:
@@ -13,0 +14 @@
+<re_inf>&sk;</re_inf>

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jmdict 1068070 Active (id: 2276486)

スキルアップスキル・アップ
1. [n,vs,vt,vi] Source lang: eng "skill up"
▶ upskilling
▶ improving one's skills

Conjugations


History:
6. A 2023-09-06 21:05:51  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
5. A* 2023-09-06 13:00:48  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
RP, daijr
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/upskill
  Comments:
I think "upskilling" is is more accurate.
Web results show plenty of examples of transitive and intransitive use.
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13,2 @@
+<pos>&vt;</pos>
+<pos>&vi;</pos>
@@ -14 +16 @@
-<gloss>reskilling</gloss>
+<gloss>upskilling</gloss>
4. A 2023-09-05 23:54:51  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
skill up 10794
  Comments:
It probably was originally.
  Diff:
@@ -13 +13 @@
-<lsource ls_wasei="y">skill-up</lsource>
+<lsource xml:lang="eng">skill up</lsource>
3. A* 2023-09-04 02:09:24  Nicolas Maia
  Refs:
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/skill_up
  Comments:
I suspect this is not wasei.
2. A 2012-10-03 05:47:16  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
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jmdict 1109550 Active (id: 2276273)

フェードアウトフェード・アウト
1. [n,vs,vi] {film,television}
▶ fade-out
▶ dissolve
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 1109560 フェードイン 1. fade-in
  ⇐ see: 2829460 溶暗【ようあん】 1. fade-out; dissolve

Conjugations


History:
3. A 2023-09-04 11:07:03  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
smk
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13,2 @@
+<pos>&vi;</pos>
+<xref type="see" seq="1109560">フェードイン</xref>
2. A 2023-09-04 07:34:39  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
フェードアウト	106417
フェード・アウト	2884
GG5, etc.
  Diff:
@@ -6,0 +7,3 @@
+<r_ele>
+<reb>フェード・アウト</reb>
+</r_ele>
@@ -9,0 +13,2 @@
+<field>&film;</field>
+<field>&tv;</field>
@@ -10,0 +16 @@
+<gloss>dissolve</gloss>
1. A* 2023-09-04 07:04:57 
  Comments:
not in common use
  Diff:
@@ -11 +10,0 @@
-<gloss>FO</gloss>

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jmdict 1109560 Active (id: 2276274)

フェードインフェード・イン
1. [n,vs,vi] {film,television}
▶ fade-in
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 1109550 フェードアウト 1. fade-out; dissolve
  ⇐ see: 2858717 溶明【ようめい】 1. fade-in

Conjugations


History:
3. A 2023-09-04 11:07:53  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
smk
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,3 @@
+<pos>&vs;</pos>
+<pos>&vi;</pos>
+<xref type="see" seq="1109550">フェードアウト</xref>
2. A 2023-09-04 07:10:37  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
フェードイン	24039	93.2%
フェード・イン	1761	6.8%
GG5, etc.
  Diff:
@@ -6,0 +7,3 @@
+<r_ele>
+<reb>フェード・イン</reb>
+</r_ele>
@@ -8,0 +12,2 @@
+<field>&film;</field>
+<field>&tv;</field>
1. A* 2023-09-04 07:04:32 
  Comments:
not in common use
  Diff:
@@ -10 +9,0 @@
-<gloss>FI</gloss>

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jmdict 1125030 Active (id: 2276341)

ポジ
1. [n] [abbr] {photography}
▶ positive
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 1125070 ポジティブ 2. positive
  ⇐ see: 1546980 陽画【ようが】 1. positive



History:
2. A 2023-09-04 23:47:57  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -9,0 +10 @@
+<field>&photo;</field>
@@ -11 +12 @@
-<gloss>positive (photography)</gloss>
+<gloss>positive</gloss>
1. A 2018-03-09 11:51:07  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daij, gg5
  Comments:
Aligning.
  Diff:
@@ -9,2 +9 @@
-<pos>&adj-no;</pos>
-<xref type="see" seq="1125070">ポジティブ・1</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="1125070">ポジティブ・2</xref>
@@ -12 +11 @@
-<gloss>positive</gloss>
+<gloss>positive (photography)</gloss>

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jmdict 1125070 Active (id: 2276350)

ポジティブ [gai1] ポジティヴ
1. [adj-na]
▶ positive (e.g. thinking)
Cross references:
  ⇔ ant: 1092790 ネガティブ 1. negative (e.g. thinking)
2. [n] {photography}
▶ positive
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 1125030 ポジ 1. positive
3. [n]
▶ positive (pole)
▶ anode
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1547000 陽極 1. anode; plus terminal; positive pole



History:
7. A 2023-09-05 00:09:52  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
陽画	2,037		
ポジ	418,685
  Comments:
陽画 isn't especially common.
  Diff:
@@ -19 +18,0 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="1546980">陽画</xref>
6. A 2023-09-04 23:47:12  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
5. A* 2023-09-04 23:27:02  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daij, meikyo
  Diff:
@@ -18 +18,4 @@
-<gloss>positive (photography)</gloss>
+<xref type="see" seq="1125030">ポジ</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="1546980">陽画</xref>
+<field>&photo;</field>
+<gloss>positive</gloss>
@@ -22,2 +25,3 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="1547000">陽極・ようきょく</xref>
-<gloss>positive (electrical polarity)</gloss>
+<xref type="see" seq="1547000">陽極</xref>
+<gloss>positive (pole)</gloss>
+<gloss>anode</gloss>
4. A 2018-03-08 21:55:14  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Daijr: " 電気の陽極。"
  Diff:
@@ -19,0 +20,5 @@
+<sense>
+<pos>&n;</pos>
+<xref type="see" seq="1547000">陽極・ようきょく</xref>
+<gloss>positive (electrical polarity)</gloss>
+</sense>
3. A* 2018-03-08 18:21:34  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daijr
  Comments:
Splitting.
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13,4 @@
+<xref type="ant" seq="1092790">ネガティブ</xref>
+<gloss>positive (e.g. thinking)</gloss>
+</sense>
+<sense>
@@ -14,2 +18 @@
-<xref type="ant" seq="1092790">ネガティブ</xref>
-<gloss>positive</gloss>
+<gloss>positive (photography)</gloss>
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jmdict 1130420 Active (id: 2285338)

ミーハー [spec1] みいはあ [rk] みーはー [sk]
1. [n,adj-na] [derog,abbr]
▶ faddist
▶ follow-the-crowd type
▶ poser
▶ trend junkie
▶ sheep
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 2057760 みいちゃんはあちゃん 1. faddist; follow-the-crowd type; lowbrow; poser; fanboy; fangirl



History:
11. A 2023-12-07 18:11:53  Stephen Kraus <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -9,0 +10 @@
+<re_inf>&rk;</re_inf>
10. A 2023-09-04 22:55:22  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
みいはあ is the form in the kokugos. Most of them have a "普通「ミーハー」と書く" note but the headword is みいはあ. It should be visible. rare kana candidate.
  Diff:
@@ -10 +9,0 @@
-<re_inf>&sk;</re_inf>
9. A* 2023-09-04 22:50:17 
  Comments:
0.1%
  Diff:
@@ -9,0 +10 @@
+<re_inf>&sk;</re_inf>
8. A 2023-09-04 11:08:41  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -9 +9 @@
-<reb>みーはー</reb>
+<reb>みいはあ</reb>
@@ -12 +12,2 @@
-<reb>みいはあ</reb>
+<reb>みーはー</reb>
+<re_inf>&sk;</re_inf>
7. A* 2023-09-04 09:51:54  Carson Groel <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
ミーハー	665737     96.9%
みーはー	20810      3.0%   
みいはあ	576        0.1%
  Comments:
Added みーはー
  Diff:
@@ -6,0 +7,3 @@
+</r_ele>
+<r_ele>
+<reb>みーはー</reb>
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jmdict 1172940 Active (id: 2276239)
運動会 [ichi1,news1,nf16]
うんどうかい [ichi1,news1,nf16]
1. [n]
▶ athletic meet (esp. at a school)
▶ sports day
▶ field day
▶ sports festival
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 2840729 スポーツフェスティバル 1. sports festival (at a school); sports day; field day
  ⇐ see: 1941700 体育祭【たいいくさい】 1. (school) athletic festival; sports day; field day
  ⇐ see: 2840727 スポーツ大会【スポーツたいかい】 1. athletic meet (esp. at primary school); sports day; field day
  ⇐ see: 2840728 大運動会【だいうんどうかい】 1. big athletic meet (esp. at a school); sports day; field day



History:
13. A 2023-09-04 01:24:34  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Harmless, but not exactly idiomatic English (at least to me.)
12. A* 2023-09-04 00:11:53 
  Comments:
It's also often referred to as "sports festival" in official translations of Japanese media
  Diff:
@@ -20,0 +21 @@
+<gloss>sports festival</gloss>
11. A 2022-06-19 21:24:30  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
10. A* 2022-06-19 14:54:01  Stephen Kraus <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
FWIW, to me it sounds very natural to use "field day" to refer to both the day and the event.
9. A* 2022-06-19 11:34:41  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
If we're including "sports day" we should have the AmE equivalent as well. I've read the discussion below and I agree with Marcus that the "day" glosses are perfectly valid.
  Diff:
@@ -18 +18 @@
-<gloss>athletic meet (esp. at school)</gloss>
+<gloss>athletic meet (esp. at a school)</gloss>
@@ -19,0 +20 @@
+<gloss>field day</gloss>
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jmdict 1178480 Active (id: 2276236)
遠慮会釈
えんりょえしゃく
1. [n] [yoji]
《usu. with neg. sentence》
▶ reserve and consideration (to others)
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 2766460 遠慮会釈もない 1. inconsiderate; ruthless; merciless; lacking compunction



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 01:07:21  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -14 +14 @@
-<s_inf>usu. in negative</s_inf>
+<s_inf>usu. with neg. sentence</s_inf>
2. A* 2023-09-04 00:36:12  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
遠慮会釈	5576	  
遠慮会釈なく	2135	  
遠慮会釈無く	901	  
遠慮会釈なし	465	  
遠慮会釈もなく	430	  
遠慮会釈のない	316	  
遠慮会釈ない	234	  
遠慮会釈もない	103	 
etc.
  

https://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/word/遠慮会釈/
一般には「遠慮会釈もない」と否定の表現を伴う。
  Comments:
There is some inconsistency on the xref forms compared to 情け容赦なく. (i.e. xref should probably be 遠慮会釈なく), but I'm not overly worried about this, so long as the negation is pointed out.
 
Stronger than 多く, this time we get "一般には used with negation". (still fairly confident that all three of my recent edits are almost-always negative, and for the same reasons).
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="2766460">遠慮会釈もない</xref>
@@ -12,0 +14 @@
+<s_inf>usu. in negative</s_inf>
1. A 2014-08-25 01:15:59  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Kanji Haitani list
  Comments:
Adding yoji tagAdding yoji tag
-*- via bulkupd.py -*-
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<misc>&yoji;</misc>

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jmdict 1225450 Active (id: 2277205)
犠牲 [ichi1,news1,nf05]
ぎせい [ichi1,news1,nf05]
1. [n]
▶ sacrifice
2. [n] [abbr]
▶ victim (esp. someone killed)
▶ casualty
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1225460 犠牲者 1. victim (esp. someone killed); casualty
3. [n]
▶ sacrifice (to a deity)
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1830690 生け贄 1. (living) sacrifice



History:
16. A 2023-09-16 22:03:45  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
NHK is notoriously picky about its use of words, but that doesn't mean it's the arbiter of the meanings. In line with the references I quoted I think "(esp. someone killed)" is enough. Splitting into two senses looks messy. (This essentially goes back to the anonymous edit of 2023-09-04.)
  Diff:
@@ -22,6 +21,0 @@
-<misc>&abbr;</misc>
-<gloss>dead</gloss>
-<gloss>death</gloss>
-</sense>
-<sense>
-<pos>&n;</pos>
@@ -30 +24 @@
-<gloss>victim</gloss>
+<gloss>victim (esp. someone killed)</gloss>
15. A* 2023-09-06 05:05:43 
  Refs:
But the NHK reference essentially makes it clear that if this word or 犠牲者 are used in news reporting, they refer to the number of deaths. Isn't it misleading then to just mention it as an exp, while the second gloss is "casualty" which is how the word just isn't used in news media?
  Diff:
@@ -21,0 +22,6 @@
+<misc>&abbr;</misc>
+<gloss>dead</gloss>
+<gloss>death</gloss>
+</sense>
+<sense>
+<pos>&n;</pos>
@@ -24 +30 @@
-<gloss>victim (esp. someone killed)</gloss>
+<gloss>victim</gloss>
14. A 2023-09-06 03:16:36  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I think the "(esp. someone killed)" covers it adequately. I'll drop that proposed death/dead sense.
  Diff:
@@ -26,5 +25,0 @@
-</sense>
-<sense>
-<pos>&n;</pos>
-<gloss>death</gloss>
-<gloss>dead</gloss>
13. A* 2023-09-06 02:16:47 
  Refs:
https://www.nhk.or.jp/bunken/research/kotoba/pdf/20150301_5.pdf
Q 「犠牲者」
犠牲者は死者だけでなくけが人も含むはずで,
犠牲者=死者という使い方には疑問を感じます。
A 「犠牲者」は,一般に「亡くなった人」のこと
を指すものと解釈されています。
[...]

 「犠牲」の本来の意味からはずれるため,事故
の原因が無謀な行いや計画にあるような場合に
は,抵抗感をもつ人もいるので,注意する。また,
個々の事例については,「~して死亡しました」の
ように,具体的に言うほうがよい場合もある。
(『NHK ことばのハンドブック(第 2 版)』p.58)
12. A* 2023-09-06 00:01:22  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I can't say I've ever seen it used for injured people.
  Diff:
@@ -24 +24 @@
-<gloss>victim</gloss>
+<gloss>victim (esp. someone killed)</gloss>
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jmdict 1241390 Active (id: 2276466)
斤量
きんりょう
1. [n] {horse racing}
▶ impost
▶ assigned weight
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 2858709 負担重量 1. impost; assigned weight
2. [n]
▶ (measured) weight
3. [n]
▶ weight of 1000 sheets of paper (used as a measure of thickness)
▶ basis weight
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1922160 連量 1. weight of 1000 sheets of paper; basis weight



History:
5. A 2023-09-06 15:14:41  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -24,0 +25 @@
+<gloss>basis weight</gloss>
4. A 2023-09-04 21:04:08  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
3. A* 2023-09-04 19:36:06  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://visipri.com/products/poster/poster_info_mm.html
斤量は連量の俗称で、意味は連量と同じです。
  Comments:
Aligning sense 3 with 連量. The gloss should probably mention thickness.
Doesn't meet the threshold for spec1 (or spec2).
  Diff:
@@ -6 +5,0 @@
-<ke_pri>spec1</ke_pri>
@@ -10 +8,0 @@
-<re_pri>spec1</re_pri>
@@ -21,2 +19 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="1336900">重量・1</xref>
-<gloss>weight (measured on a scale)</gloss>
+<gloss>(measured) weight</gloss>
@@ -26,2 +23,2 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="1922200">坪量</xref>
-<gloss>paper weight (as kg per 1000 sheets)</gloss>
+<xref type="see" seq="1922160">連量</xref>
+<gloss>weight of 1000 sheets of paper (used as a measure of thickness)</gloss>
2. A 2023-09-03 23:26:26  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5 and most of the kokugos only mention the general "weight" sense. WWW hits are dominated by the horseracing sense. I don't think the general meaning rates a "rare".
  Diff:
@@ -20,0 +21,5 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="1336900">重量・1</xref>
+<gloss>weight (measured on a scale)</gloss>
+</sense>
+<sense>
+<pos>&n;</pos>
@@ -24,6 +28,0 @@
-</sense>
-<sense>
-<pos>&n;</pos>
-<xref type="see" seq="1336900">重量・1</xref>
-<misc>&rare;</misc>
-<gloss>weight (measured on a scale)</gloss>
1. A* 2023-09-03 02:18:11  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daijs

1 はかりで量った重さ。目方。量目。斤目。
2 競馬で、出走馬に課せられる負担重量。



目方	31713	15.5%
量目	12449	6.1%
斤目	643	0.3%
斤量	160312	78.2%  <--- this term, but it's all horse racing

https://www.printexpress.co.jp/blog/2019/08/26/paper-weight/


紙の連量、坪量、斤量、紙厚とは?違いは?
https://www.book-hon.com/column/8582/
斤量(きんりょう)も紙の重さを表す単位ですが、原紙1,000枚の重さをkgで表す単位です。

Including charts on 斤量 vs. paper thickness
https://www.iropuri.com/guide/technical/paper/pe002.html
弊社の斤量は四六判というサイズの紙が1,000枚のときに何kgになるかで表記されております。

紙の厚さについて詳しくなろう!
https://www.moriichi-net.co.jp/blog/thickness/
紙を注文するときに耳にする「連量(れんりょう)」「斤量(きんりょう)」など。
斤量(きんりょう)って何?
斤量とは 、用紙の厚さを表す単位です。
原紙1,000枚の時の重さ(kg)を表します。

Search wikipedia for this term, endless horse racing articles:
https://ja.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?fulltext=1&search="斤量"&title=特別:検索&ns0=1
  Comments:
Suggest removing [spec1].  

Popular in the niche of horse racing, which has evidently generated a lot of literature. But this feels like an obscure term for most Japanese language students. (not rare, obviously, but not "hey, you should learn this"). yourei examples(400+) are predominantly horse racing. Other entries I found were merely ambiguous, and might have been horse racing too(no context). 

eijiro doesn't have a definition for 斤量.  wordreference doesn't have one. very few reverso entries.  This term does not appear on the wikipedia page for "heavyweight boxer" in Japanese (a sports context where generic weigh-ins might occur).  Appears to be predominantly a horse racing term

Etymology is that the lead weights used to make sure the horse carried its minimum burden were 斤. Or something like that.

Happens to come up in the paper industry. Turns up all over the place in a 斤量 意味 image search. (along with the horses)

See xref for more horseracing refs.

sankoku let me down. Basically gives [3], (scale mentioned, which is unusual for "weight" terms).  Didn't mention horse racing at all.
  Diff:
@@ -14 +14,15 @@
-<gloss>weight</gloss>
+<xref type="see" seq="2858709">負担重量</xref>
+<field>&horse;</field>
+<gloss>impost</gloss>
+<gloss>assigned weight</gloss>
+</sense>
+<sense>
+<pos>&n;</pos>
+<xref type="see" seq="1922200">坪量</xref>
+<gloss>paper weight (as kg per 1000 sheets)</gloss>
+</sense>
+<sense>
+<pos>&n;</pos>
+<xref type="see" seq="1336900">重量・1</xref>
+<misc>&rare;</misc>
+<gloss>weight (measured on a scale)</gloss>

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jmdict 1241690 Active (id: 2276315)
禁猟
きんりょう
1. [n]
▶ prohibition of hunting



History:
2. A 2023-09-04 21:04:40  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2023-09-04 19:37:54  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
gg5, prog, luminous, daij
  Diff:
@@ -12 +12 @@
-<gloss>No Hunting!</gloss>
+<gloss>prohibition of hunting</gloss>

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jmdict 1278390 Active (id: 2276447)
幸甚
こうじん
1. [n] [form]
《usu. in letters》
▶ being extremely grateful
▶ being much obliged
▶ being very appreciative
▶ being very happy



History:
7. A 2023-09-06 05:30:55  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Or even "(being)".
6. A* 2023-09-06 02:29:30  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Oxford (be obliged): be indebted or grateful
  Comments:
adj-na indicates that the word is a 形容動詞, not that it typically takes な. A 形容動詞 doesn't stop being adjectival when it's used predicatively. There are quite a few 形容動詞 that are rarely used attributively.
That being said, I hadn't noticed that sankoku (in contrast to the other kokugos) has 幸甚 as a noun only. Also, I might have been wrong to assume that 幸甚に is adverbial in 幸甚に存じる. Nouns can take に in 〜存じる expressions.
Noun glosses are less elegant but I think 幸甚 is in fact functioning as a noun in all the examples in the JEs and kokugos.
There's only one sense here. I don't think "obliged" is any less correct than the other glosses. It's synonymous with "grateful" within the contexts in which 幸甚 is actually used.
  Diff:
@@ -11 +10,0 @@
-<pos>&adj-na;</pos>
@@ -15,3 +14,4 @@
-<gloss>extremely grateful</gloss>
-<gloss>much obliged</gloss>
-<gloss>very happy</gloss>
+<gloss>being extremely grateful</gloss>
+<gloss>being much obliged</gloss>
+<gloss>being very appreciative</gloss>
+<gloss>being very happy</gloss>
5. A* 2023-09-05 09:26:09  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I like the glosses here, but I agree with Jim that placing [adj-na] at the front gives the wrong idea about usage.  I imagine the goal of [adj-na,n] is to be consistent with adjective glosses, but really the glosses do not correspond to adj-na usage. 幸甚な母親 is not "an extremely grateful mother".  "幸甚な人" doesn't even return google OR even a single book result.

So putting [adj-na] up front is in a way even more misleading.

As part of the big picture in thinking about this, is there any way you can imagine adding similar glosses (grateful, obliged, happy) to 幸い?  They'd surely make a bigger impact there.

I still think there might be something to the idea of a dedicated [id] sense. The other problem here is that "幸甚" does not literally(or even figuratively) mean "obliged", and right now it kind-of looks like it does... Highlighting that the glosses are idiomatic might help with that.  I realize this is not something that is currently done.
4. A 2023-09-04 22:59:07  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
幸甚	80252
幸甚な	211
  Comments:
My main concern with having "adj-na" prominent is that implies the use of 幸甚な, which is actually quite rare.
3. A* 2023-09-04 14:58:50  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
adj-na is correct. It's a 形容動詞 that's only used predicatively or adverbially. 
I don't think "usu. as ~です" is a helpful note, and 幸甚に存じます only accounts for a little over 10% of usage. It's difficult to explain how the word is used without cluttering the entry. I think a simple "usu. in letters" note is sufficient.
  Diff:
@@ -10,0 +11 @@
+<pos>&adj-na;</pos>
@@ -13,4 +14,4 @@
-<s_inf>usu. as ~です, ~に存じます, etc.</s_inf>
-<gloss>(being) deeply grateful</gloss>
-<gloss>(being) much obliged</gloss>
-<gloss>(being) very pleased</gloss>
+<s_inf>usu. in letters</s_inf>
+<gloss>extremely grateful</gloss>
+<gloss>much obliged</gloss>
+<gloss>very happy</gloss>
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jmdict 1290070 Active (id: 2276355)
根も葉もない根も葉も無い [sK]
ねもはもない
1. [exp,adj-i]
▶ groundless (rumour, accusation, etc.)
▶ unfounded
▶ baseless
▶ without a shred of truth

Conjugations


History:
9. A 2023-09-05 00:47:30  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Harmless, but I don't think it adds anything that's not apparent from the other three glosses.
8. A* 2023-09-04 06:48:03 
  Diff:
@@ -19,0 +20 @@
+<gloss>without a shred of truth</gloss>
7. A 2023-09-03 21:45:09  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I think that's being tautologous. Something can't be partially groundless. Groundless/unfounded/baseless is quite strong.
  Diff:
@@ -17 +17 @@
-<gloss>completely groundless (rumour, accusation, etc.)</gloss>
+<gloss>groundless (rumour, accusation, etc.)</gloss>
6. A* 2023-09-03 17:48:35 
  Refs:
daijs
  Comments:
I think it's a bit stronger than that
"without basis" vs "without any basis"
  Diff:
@@ -17 +17 @@
-<gloss>groundless (rumour, accusation, etc.)</gloss>
+<gloss>completely groundless (rumour, accusation, etc.)</gloss>
5. A 2023-09-03 13:06:49  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
根も葉もない	29,703	95.2%	
根も葉も無い	1,494	4.8%
  Diff:
@@ -8,0 +9 @@
+<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
@@ -16,2 +17,2 @@
-<gloss>unfounded (e.g. rumour)</gloss>
-<gloss>groundless</gloss>
+<gloss>groundless (rumour, accusation, etc.)</gloss>
+<gloss>unfounded</gloss>
@@ -19 +19,0 @@
-<gloss>completely untrue</gloss>
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jmdict 1342010 Active (id: 2276257)
純米酒
じゅんまいしゅ
1. [n]
▶ junmai sake (sake in which the only ingredients are rice and yeast)
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 2567870 純米【じゅんまい】 3. junmai sake (sake in which the only ingredients are rice and yeast)



History:
2. A 2023-09-04 06:49:01  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5: junmai sake; sake in which the only ingredients are rice and yeast
中辞典: sake in which the only ingredients are rice and yeast
ルミナス: 	pure rice sake
  Comments:
Glosses need to be understandable.
  Diff:
@@ -12,3 +12 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="2567870">純米</xref>
-<xref type="see" seq="2567870">純米</xref>
-<gloss>junmai sake</gloss>
+<gloss>junmai sake (sake in which the only ingredients are rice and yeast)</gloss>
1. A* 2023-08-27 15:59:52  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
I did my original searches for 吟醸純米, but the rational is identical:

Google search (a giant America Liquor store, can't browse from outside of the US so I use a google search)
site:www.totalwine.com ginjo junmai

More-often-then not glossed as  junmai ginjo (sake), or  junmai ginjoshu.
https://context.reverso.net/translation/japanese-english/純米吟醸酒

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sake
Junmai (純米) is a term used for the sake that is made of pure rice wine without any additional distilled alcohol.
  Comments:
The xref, if approved, should be [see=純米[2]]  (I cannot create it)

純米酒 is overwhelmingly translated into English directly as "junmai sake" (or sometimes even junmai-shu/junmaishu).

We could create an [expl] here that reads:
[expl] sake made from only rice, kōji, and water, without the use of distilled alcohol

Or we could just let the xref solve the problem, which is basically what we do for the ginjo half of junmaiginjo
  Diff:
@@ -12 +12,3 @@
-<gloss>sake made without added alcohol or sugar</gloss>
+<xref type="see" seq="2567870">純米</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="2567870">純米</xref>
+<gloss>junmai sake</gloss>

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jmdict 1546980 Active (id: 2276347)
陽画
ようが
1. [n] {photography}
▶ positive
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1125030 ポジ 1. positive
  ⇔ see: 1170260 陰画 1. negative



History:
2. A 2023-09-05 00:07:10  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
陽画	2,037		
ポジ	418,685
  Comments:
I don't think "image" is needed.
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,2 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="1125030">ポジ</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="1170260">陰画</xref>
@@ -13 +15 @@
-<gloss>positive image</gloss>
+<gloss>positive</gloss>
1. A 2023-09-04 23:48:31  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -12 +12,2 @@
-<gloss>positive (photographic) image</gloss>
+<field>&photo;</field>
+<gloss>positive image</gloss>

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jmdict 1555970 Active (id: 2276281)
累計 [news1,nf13]
るいけい [news1,nf13]
1. [n,adj-no,vs,vt]
▶ cumulative total
▶ accumulated total
▶ total up to now

Conjugations


History:
6. A 2023-09-04 12:02:46  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
累計	824613	  
累計残高	97083	  
累計で	57514	  
累計販売	38310	  
累計の	31173	
累計する	1881
累計して	2118
  Comments:
We'd usually have the adjectival tag with the noun form and keep it to one sense. Also there's no need for both "adj-no" and "adj-f" as the ltter can be treated as an omitted の.
GG5 mentions "~する total; sum [add] up" but it fact it is not used much.
  Diff:
@@ -15,0 +16 @@
+<pos>&adj-no;</pos>
@@ -21,7 +21,0 @@
-</sense>
-<sense>
-<pos>&adj-f;</pos>
-<pos>&adj-no;</pos>
-<gloss>total</gloss>
-<gloss>cumulative</gloss>
-<gloss>accumulated</gloss>
5. A* 2023-09-04 08:17:21  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
累計	824613	  
累計残高	97083
累計販売	38310	          total sales
累計販売台数	17108	  total units sold
累計販売数	11545	  total sales
累計販売本数	4019	  total books sold
累計出荷	11471             total shipments
累計額	31138	          
累計人気ランキング	24678	  
累計アクセス	16483	  
累計部数	13666	  
累計アクセスランキング	10677	  
累計発行	5799	  
累計ポイント	5742	  
累計発行部数	5111	  
累計生産	4896	  
累計金額	4555	  
累計売上	4542	  
累計の受注件数	4380	  
累計アクセス数	4332	  
累計出荷本数	3500	


Some の examples (limited comparatively)
累計の訪問者数	14284	  
累計の受注	4394	  
累計の受注件数	4380	  
累計の受注件数が	4380	  
累計の販売	799	  
累計の販売台数	599	  
累計の距離	436
  Comments:
I've given only ~1/3rd of the adj-f uses return by the first 100 ngrams.  They are extensive.

The editorial policy suggests that a separate sense could be added if necessary to provide clear glosses for a very-common grammatical pattern.  I'll grant you that it doesn't take a rocket scientist to get from "cumulative total" and "accumulated total" and "cumulative", "total", and "accumulated" as glosses.  My point would only be that the [adj-f] usage appears to be the dominant usage.  I mean, look at する, は and が. It's a drop in the bucket.
累計する	1881
累計は	17407
累計が	12762

But if you just want to stick adj-f,adj-no in [1], I won't push it.

As for の, it barely appears at all(relatively), and with some specific collocations. (for some reason,累計の訪問者数, not 累計訪問者数) Compare:
累計販売台数	17108	  total units sold
累計の販売台数	599	  

This looked like an exception, but with further research, it looks like even 累計訪問者数 is far more dominant in google news results.  Sometimes inflated numbers (mistakes) show up in the ngrams.
累計訪問者数	712   (but  5 pages of news articles)
累計の訪問者数	14284 (but 1 page of news articles)
  Diff:
@@ -20,0 +21,7 @@
+</sense>
+<sense>
+<pos>&adj-f;</pos>
+<pos>&adj-no;</pos>
+<gloss>total</gloss>
+<gloss>cumulative</gloss>
+<gloss>accumulated</gloss>
4. A 2021-11-18 00:51:10  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Meikyo vt and vi additions to n,vs entries
-*- via bulkupd.py -*-
  Diff:
@@ -16,0 +17 @@
+<pos>&vt;</pos>
3. A 2010-09-03 11:26:25  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5
  Comments:
Extra gloss from GG5.
  Diff:
@@ -19,0 +19,1 @@
+<gloss>total up to now</gloss>
2. A* 2010-09-03 02:53:13  Rene Malenfant <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
As an "unregistered editor", I made perhaps 10000 submissions or more since 2007, and if you went to the feedback page (accessible directly from the old submission form), it was always clear whether or not they were incorporated.

Edict is far more responsive to changes than Eijiro.  As I recall, I once emailed them about a ridiculous translation for 風邪 that they used to have (they called it "wolf's throat") and that remained for years before they removed it.
  Diff:
@@ -17,1 +17,2 @@
-<gloss>total suggestion: change Meaning to "accumulated total."</gloss>
+<gloss>cumulative total</gloss>
+<gloss>accumulated total</gloss>
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jmdict 1588730 Active (id: 2276238)
選ぶ [ichi1,news1,nf02] 撰ぶ [rK] 択ぶ [rK]
えらぶ [ichi1,news1,nf02]
1. [v5b,vt]
▶ to choose
▶ to select
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 1612210 選る【よる】 1. to choose; to select

Conjugations


History:
2. A 2023-09-04 01:23:18  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2023-09-03 23:58:08  Stephen Kraus <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Seems most kokugos have all three forms.

Google N-gram Corpus Counts
╭─ーーー─┬────────────┬───────╮
│ 選ぶ  │ 20,651,101 │ 99.5% │
│ 撰ぶ  │      4,445 │  0.0% │
│ 択ぶ  │      3,952 │  0.0% │
│ えらぶ │     95,509 │  0.5% │
╰─ーーー─┴────────────┴───────╯
  Diff:
@@ -12 +12 @@
-<ke_inf>&oK;</ke_inf>
+<ke_inf>&rK;</ke_inf>
@@ -16 +16 @@
-<ke_inf>&oK;</ke_inf>
+<ke_inf>&rK;</ke_inf>

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jmdict 1651180 Active (id: 2276247)
牛酪
ぎゅうらく
1. [n] [rare]
▶ butter
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1098620 バター 1. butter



History:
2. A 2023-09-04 03:44:54  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2023-09-04 03:23:56  Stephen Kraus <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Meikyo has a 〔文〕 tag. Maybe [rare] is okay.

Google N-gram Corpus Counts
╭─ーーー─┬───────────╮
│ バター │ 3,437,454 │
│ 牛酪  │     1,364 │
╰─ーーー─┴───────────╯
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,2 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="1098620">バター</xref>
+<misc>&rare;</misc>

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jmdict 1672310 Active (id: 2276346)
無表情 [news2,nf36]
むひょうじょう [news2,nf36]
1. [n,adj-na]
▶ lack of expression
▶ blank look (on one's face)
▶ lack of emotion



History:
7. A 2023-09-05 00:03:44  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://www.edrdg.org/wiki/index.php/Editorial_policy#Part-Of-Speech_(POS)_Issues
"in general the form of the meaning should agree with the first part-of-speech tag for the sense. If the Japanese word is marked as a noun, don't make the translation a verb (e.g. to xxxx) or an adjective."
  Comments:
"emotionless" and "expressionless" are adjectives.
  Diff:
@@ -20,2 +19,0 @@
-<gloss>emotionless</gloss>
-<gloss>expressionless</gloss>
6. A* 2023-09-04 18:47:03 
  Comments:
Added the definitions "emotionless" and "expressionless" since those terms are more accurate and used more when looking up this term. It's also to make it easier to find and a more accurate translation.
  Diff:
@@ -19,0 +20,2 @@
+<gloss>emotionless</gloss>
+<gloss>expressionless</gloss>
5. A 2023-02-02 03:54:16  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Noun glosses.
  Diff:
@@ -19,2 +19 @@
-<gloss>emotionless</gloss>
-<gloss>expressionless</gloss>
+<gloss>lack of emotion</gloss>
4. A* 2023-02-01 21:47:38 
  Diff:
@@ -18,0 +19,2 @@
+<gloss>emotionless</gloss>
+<gloss>expressionless</gloss>
3. A 2018-06-02 09:39:19  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
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jmdict 1733720 Active (id: 2276334)
辞彙
じい
1. [n]
▶ glossary
▶ dictionary



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 23:10:22  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
gg5, nikk
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<gloss>glossary</gloss>
2. A 2013-09-01 18:48:11  Rene Malenfant <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
we have 辞書 and 字書 apart.  for the sake of consistency, these should probably be apart too
  Diff:
@@ -6,3 +6,0 @@
-</k_ele>
-<k_ele>
-<keb>字彙</keb>
1. A* 2013-09-01 07:21:37  Nils Roland Barth <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5
daijr koj shinkai
  Comments:
Add spelling 字彙.
GG5 merges these, while others distinguish them subtly, as 字
彙 = kanji esp., 辞彙 = words more.
At JMdict probably clearer to merge.
  Diff:
@@ -6,0 +6,3 @@
+</k_ele>
+<k_ele>
+<keb>字彙</keb>

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jmdict 1750460 Active (id: 2276232)
情け容赦
なさけようしゃ
1. [n]
《usu. with neg. sentence》
▶ mercy
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 2837999 情け容赦なく 1. mercilessly; ruthlessly



History:
4. A 2023-09-04 00:45:32  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
This is our usual style for nouns. Only verbs and adjectives can be "in the negative".
  Diff:
@@ -13 +13 @@
-<s_inf>usu. in negative</s_inf>
+<s_inf>usu. with neg. sentence</s_inf>
3. A* 2023-09-04 00:25:57  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://kotobank.jp/word/情容赦-2069565
なさけ‐ようしゃ【情容赦】
〘名〙 情をかけて許すこと。情と遠慮。多く下に打消の語を伴って用いられる。 <--- notes negative in "many" cases
  Comments:
The style is good, thank you for that. 

I think "usu." is more accurate than "often" here, and the goal is to warn away from misuse. I could not find a positive application of this structure(and there are endless negative uses).  

This is one of several structures that behave this way(容赦会釈, 遠慮会釈).  I suspect the etymology is something like 情けも容赦もなく - neither mercy nor compassion.  Doesn't make a lot of sense as a  positive construction(and doesn't appear to be used as such).

My understanding of the ngram analysis here is that the counts for a short term include the counts for all of the longer terms beneath.
情け容赦	40270
情け容赦ない	8962
情け容赦なく	15298
So those 40270 instances of 情け容赦 are not indicative of positive use, but rather capture all the non-overlapping forms beneath it(which in this case are all negated).
  Diff:
@@ -13 +13 @@
-<s_inf>often in negative</s_inf>
+<s_inf>usu. in negative</s_inf>
2. A 2023-09-03 23:44:40  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
情け容赦	40270
情け容赦ない	8962
情け容赦なく	15298
GG5, etc.
  Comments:
More our style.
  Diff:
@@ -13 +13 @@
-<s_inf>esp. when not granted</s_inf>
+<s_inf>often in negative</s_inf>
1. A* 2023-09-03 23:39:02  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
情け容赦	40270	  
情け容赦なく	15298	  
情け容赦ない	8962	  
情け容赦のない	5501	  
情け容赦なし	2103	  
情け容赦無し	1407	
etc.
  Comments:
Looking at ngrams, this term is nearly non-existent without negation.

I even tried with を, and just got:
情け容赦をしない	31	  
情け容赦を知らない	22

Following は you get:
情け容赦はない	186	  
情け容赦は無用	138  
情け容赦はしない	63	  
情け容赦はありません	54	  
情け容赦は必要ない	32

I feel like I've tried to add "usually negated" notes to nouns in the past and had them rejected.  Seems appropriate though, if possible. It seems like it would be a mistake to try and use this word as "mercy" in a positive context(ie. "grant mercy", or "mercy is important"), but it is common in varied negative constructions.

sankoku example sentence is: "情け容赦もなく"
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,2 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="2837999">情け容赦なく</xref>
+<s_inf>esp. when not granted</s_inf>

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jmdict 1952240 Active (id: 2276245)
手甲手っ甲
てっこうてこう (手甲)
1. [n]
▶ covering for the back of the hand and wrist



History:
4. A 2023-09-04 02:31:45  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Quiet for a while. May as well close it.
3. A* 2023-07-29 04:17:19  Marcus Aseth <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://i.imgur.com/i8oNNCQ.png
  Comments:
I hadn't mentioned it earlier because I don't know how reliable a game can be, but a major game released from Japan (Dark Souls 3) uses this word for gauntlets (image above), which was also what prompted my suggestion. Also I don't think I've ever seen a gauntlet / armoured glove that doesn't cover the back of the hand and wrist as well - but a single data point (and from a game) probably is not enough, I'll leave this here as reference and keep my eyes open for more
2. A 2023-07-28 23:02:09  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
JEs, Koj, Daijr/s.
  Comments:
The other references are quite specific. I think glove and gauntlet are too general.
  Diff:
@@ -20,3 +19,0 @@
-<gloss>glove</gloss>
-<gloss>bracer</gloss>
-<gloss>gauntlet</gloss>
1. A* 2023-07-28 17:55:04  Marcus Aseth <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
shinmeikai
  Comments:
shinmeikai mentions "武具・農事用" so I thought those words would fit
  Diff:
@@ -19,0 +20,3 @@
+<gloss>glove</gloss>
+<gloss>bracer</gloss>
+<gloss>gauntlet</gloss>

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jmdict 2054700 Deleted (id: 2276242)
容赦会釈
ようしゃえしゃく
1. [n] [rare]
《usu. in negative》
▶ pardon
▶ forgiveness
▶ mercy
▶ making allowances
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1750460 情け容赦 1. mercy



History:
6. D 2023-09-04 01:34:34  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
A+B. Most WWW hits are from here.
5. D* 2023-09-04 00:50:51  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
This isn't in any of my refs. I think it can be dropped.
4. A* 2023-09-04 00:27:25  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
容赦会釈	37
  Comments:
Book results make it clear that this behaves like 情け容赦.  First two pages of hits are all in some negative context:
容赦会釈ない
容赦会釈もないほど
容赦会釈もなき空で
容赦会釈なしに
政治家は容赦会釈なしに
ういう風に容赦会釈なく
何等の容赦会釈なく
容赦会釈をするのは水臭いことだ
学校を容赦会釈なく切り捨てた
それでも容赦会釈もなく
生徒に物を教える場合、容赦会釈がなかった。
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,4 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="1750460">情け容赦</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="1750460">情け容赦</xref>
+<misc>&rare;</misc>
+<s_inf>usu. in negative</s_inf>
3. A 2022-08-01 02:17:55  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Remove unsupported yoji tag
-*- via bulkupd.py -*-
  Diff:
@@ -12 +11,0 @@
-<misc>&yoji;</misc>
2. A 2014-08-25 03:00:10  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Kanji Haitani list
  Comments:
Adding yoji tagAdding yoji tag
-*- via bulkupd.py -*-
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<misc>&yoji;</misc>
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jmdict 2057310 Active (id: 2276313)
拉ぐ
ひしぐ
1. [v5g,vt] [uk]
▶ to crush
▶ to squash
2. [v5g,vt] [uk]
▶ to overpower
▶ to beat
▶ to crush

Conjugations


History:
3. A 2023-09-04 21:03:16  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
2. A* 2023-09-04 18:42:54  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
gg5, wisdom, daij, meikyo
拉ぐ	217		
ひしぐ	728	
拉い	400		
ひしい	1,183
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13,10 @@
+<misc>&uk;</misc>
+<gloss>to crush</gloss>
+<gloss>to squash</gloss>
+</sense>
+<sense>
+<pos>&v5g;</pos>
+<pos>&vt;</pos>
+<misc>&uk;</misc>
+<gloss>to overpower</gloss>
+<gloss>to beat</gloss>
1. A 2005-06-10 00:00:00 
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jmdict 2057760 Active (id: 2276430)

ミーちゃんハーちゃんみいちゃんはあちゃんみーちゃんはーちゃんミーチャンハーチャン [sk]
1. [n] [derog]
▶ faddist
▶ follow-the-crowd type
▶ lowbrow
▶ poser
▶ fanboy
▶ fangirl
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 1130420 ミーハー 1. faddist; follow-the-crowd type; poser; trend junkie; sheep



History:
7. A 2023-09-05 23:27:00  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Not an expression.
  Diff:
@@ -18 +17,0 @@
-<pos>&exp;</pos>
6. A 2023-09-04 11:54:22  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Getting them in order. みーちゃんはーちゃん may as well be visible.
  Diff:
@@ -3,0 +4,3 @@
+<r_ele>
+<reb>ミーちゃんハーちゃん</reb>
+</r_ele>
@@ -8 +11,5 @@
-<reb>ミーちゃんハーちゃん</reb>
+<reb>みーちゃんはーちゃん</reb>
+</r_ele>
+<r_ele>
+<reb>ミーチャンハーチャン</reb>
+<re_inf>&sk;</re_inf>
5. A* 2023-09-04 11:01:58  Carson Groel <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
ミーちゃんハーちゃん	2689  63.4%
みいちゃんはあちゃん	812   19.1%
みーちゃんはーちゃん	542   12.8%
ミーチャンハーチャン	199   4.7%

Sources listing ミーちゃんハーちゃん as an alternate spelling:
https://ja.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/ミーハー
https://gogen-yurai.jp/miihaa/#:~:text=「みいちゃんはあちゃん」は、昭和初期、,ミーハー族」が生まれた。
https://all-guide.com/ag001131/
  Comments:
Added ミーちゃんハーちゃん with consideration for みーちゃんはーちゃん* and ミーチャンハーチャン** (see bottom of comment)

ミーちゃんハーちゃん actually gets the most hits on ngrams but I put it second because みいちゃんはあちゃん seems to be the definitive origin for this term and consistently the first to show up on online definitions. There is an album titled ミーちゃんハーちゃん from 1982 that may be contributing to the difference. 

*みーちゃんはーちゃん: This one gets a fair number of hits on ngrams compared to みいちゃんはあちゃん but I was unable to find any usage of it online, including even a single site that listed it as an alternative spelling. Therefore I did not add it to the entry.

**ミーチャンハーチャン: Returns almost 1/4th as many results as みいちゃんはあちゃん. I did find examples of this being used to mean faddist/follow-the-crowd type, although it seems to be a largely outdated spelling. Below are two examples of it being used:
https://yab.yomiuri.co.jp/adv/wol/campus/trendeye_0903.html
https://uchikoyoga.hatenablog.com/entry/20200314/1584173378

The judgement of an editor is better than my own so I added ミーちゃんハーちゃん as I felt confident about it and included the other two spellings in the references with explanation.
  Diff:
@@ -5,0 +6,3 @@
+</r_ele>
+<r_ele>
+<reb>ミーちゃんハーちゃん</reb>
4. A 2018-02-23 04:55:38  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
3. A* 2018-02-22 20:28:38  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daij
derog: daijr 趣味・教養の低い若い人たち。また、その人たちを卑し
めていう語。
  Comments:
aligning with ミーハー
  Diff:
@@ -8,0 +9 @@
+<pos>&n;</pos>
@@ -11 +12,7 @@
-<gloss>the follower of each new fad</gloss>
+<misc>&derog;</misc>
+<gloss>faddist</gloss>
+<gloss>follow-the-crowd type</gloss>
+<gloss>lowbrow</gloss>
+<gloss>poser</gloss>
+<gloss>fanboy</gloss>
+<gloss>fangirl</gloss>
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jmdict 2077550 Active (id: 2276345)

ワンパターンワン・パターンワンパタン [sk]
1. [adj-na,adj-no,n] Source lang: eng(wasei) "one pattern"
▶ following a single pattern
▶ conforming to the same pattern
▶ one-track
▶ single-track
▶ repetitive
▶ predictable
▶ stereotyped
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 1101600 パターン 2. behavioural pattern; behavioral pattern; predictability; force of habit



History:
8. A 2023-09-05 00:00:45  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
7. A* 2023-09-04 23:59:18  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
gg5, prog, daij, meikyo
ワンパターン	201,009	99.8%	
ワンパタン	451	0.2%
  Diff:
@@ -8,3 +7,0 @@
-<reb>ワンパタン</reb>
-</r_ele>
-<r_ele>
@@ -14 +11,2 @@
-<reb>ワン・パタン</reb>
+<reb>ワンパタン</reb>
+<re_inf>&sk;</re_inf>
@@ -16,0 +15,2 @@
+<pos>&adj-na;</pos>
+<pos>&adj-no;</pos>
@@ -18 +17,0 @@
-<pos>&adj-no;</pos>
@@ -19,0 +19,5 @@
+<gloss>following a single pattern</gloss>
+<gloss>conforming to the same pattern</gloss>
+<gloss>one-track</gloss>
+<gloss>single-track</gloss>
+<gloss>repetitive</gloss>
@@ -21,3 +25 @@
-<gloss>repetitive</gloss>
-<gloss>being in a rut</gloss>
-<gloss>set in one's ways</gloss>
+<gloss>stereotyped</gloss>
6. A 2014-11-06 03:03:50  Rene Malenfant <...address hidden...>
5. A* 2014-11-05 02:29:16  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5 (much less common)
  Diff:
@@ -7,0 +8,3 @@
+<reb>ワンパタン</reb>
+</r_ele>
+<r_ele>
@@ -8,0 +12,3 @@
+</r_ele>
+<r_ele>
+<reb>ワン・パタン</reb>
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jmdict 2081850 Active (id: 2276253)
角形角型
かくがた
1. [n]
▶ square shape
▶ oblong
▶ rectangle



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 06:33:26  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Dropping xref.
  Diff:
@@ -15 +14,0 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="2183490">角形・かくけい</xref>
2. A 2012-09-07 20:10:46  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Merging  2742280.
  Diff:
@@ -6,0 +6,3 @@
+</k_ele>
+<k_ele>
+<keb>角型</keb>
1. A 2006-04-28 00:00:00 
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jmdict 2151610 Active (id: 2276308)
屯する
たむろする
1. [vs-i,vi] [uk]
▶ to gather (of people)
▶ to assemble
▶ to hang out
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 2410630 屯す【たむろす】 1. to gather (of people); to assemble; to hang out
  ⇐ see: 2805220 屯う【たむろう】 1. to gather (of people); to assemble; to hang out
2. [vs-i,vi] [uk]
▶ to assemble (of troops)
▶ to be stationed
▶ to be quartered
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 2410630 屯す【たむろす】 2. to assemble (of troops); to be stationed; to be quartered

Conjugations


History:
4. A 2023-09-04 20:52:29  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
3. A* 2023-09-04 17:07:25  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Aligning.
とんす was dropped from 2410630. I think we can drop とんする from here also. It's obsolete/archaic and only in daijr/s.
  Diff:
@@ -10,3 +9,0 @@
-<r_ele>
-<reb>とんする</reb>
-</r_ele>
@@ -17,2 +14,3 @@
-<gloss>to gather in large numbers (of people)</gloss>
-<gloss>to hang out (as a large group)</gloss>
+<gloss>to gather (of people)</gloss>
+<gloss>to assemble</gloss>
+<gloss>to hang out</gloss>
@@ -23,2 +21,4 @@
-<gloss>to assemble (as a military unit or posse)</gloss>
-<gloss>to be quartered (in a particular location)</gloss>
+<misc>&uk;</misc>
+<gloss>to assemble (of troops)</gloss>
+<gloss>to be stationed</gloss>
+<gloss>to be quartered</gloss>
2. A 2021-08-20 05:29:18  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://www.edrdg.org/wwwjdic/wwwverbinf.html#suru_tag (4th paragraph)
  Diff:
@@ -14 +14 @@
-<pos>&vs-s;</pos>
+<pos>&vs-i;</pos>
@@ -21 +21 @@
-<pos>&vs-s;</pos>
+<pos>&vs-i;</pos>
1. A 2007-03-28 00:00:00 
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jmdict 2183490 Active (id: 2276423)
角形
かくけいかっけい
1. [suf]
▶ -gon (as in pentagon, hexagon, etc.)
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1578550 五角形 1. pentagon



History:
9. A 2023-09-05 22:54:43  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -14,4 +14,3 @@
-<pos>&n-suf;</pos>
-<xref type="see" seq="1407510">多角形</xref>
-<xref type="see" seq="1561300">六角形</xref>
-<gloss>-gon (as in polygon, etc.)</gloss>
+<pos>&suf;</pos>
+<xref type="see" seq="1578550">五角形</xref>
+<gloss>-gon (as in pentagon, hexagon, etc.)</gloss>
8. A 2023-09-04 06:32:57  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
RP: -gon  - comb form 「…角形」: hexagon, polygon, n-gon (n 角形).
  Comments:
I think sense 2 was a mistake.
I wouldn't mind keeping this basic entry, as it's a common suffix and doesn't have the かくがた reading.
  Diff:
@@ -14,9 +14,4 @@
-<pos>&n;</pos>
-<xref type="see" seq="1407510">多角形・たかくけい</xref>
-<gloss>polygon</gloss>
-<gloss>-gon</gloss>
-</sense>
-<sense>
-<pos>&n;</pos>
-<s_inf>esp. かくけい</s_inf>
-<gloss>Japanese rectangular envelope (opening on the short side)</gloss>
+<pos>&n-suf;</pos>
+<xref type="see" seq="1407510">多角形</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="1561300">六角形</xref>
+<gloss>-gon (as in polygon, etc.)</gloss>
7. A* 2023-08-30 23:09:25  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://fuutouya.com/products/
https://sizekensaku.com/futo/index.html
  Comments:
Is there a source for sense 2? The correct reading appears to be かくがた (which we have as a separate entry).
If we move that sense to かくがた, I think this entry can be dropped. 角形/かくけい does not mean "polygon"; it just appears in the names of polygons.
6. A 2016-07-27 06:09:06  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
5. A* 2016-07-27 05:04:55  Johan Råde <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
too encyclopedic
  Diff:
@@ -22 +22 @@
-<gloss>Japanese rectangular envelope (opening on the short dimension; numbered 0-8, A3, A4, each with different sizes)</gloss>
+<gloss>Japanese rectangular envelope (opening on the short side)</gloss>
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jmdict 2227640 Deleted (id: 2276324)
遵法者
じゅんぽうしゃ
1. [n]
▶ law-abiding person



History:
5. D 2023-09-04 22:49:55  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Yes, there are far more common compounds, such as 遵法精神, which we don't have.
4. D* 2023-09-04 17:09:58  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
遵法	27,530		
遵法者	241
  Comments:
I don't think this is needed. Uncommon compound. The original source was eijiro.
3. A 2023-09-03 21:14:44  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
2. A* 2023-09-03 20:40:14  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
遵法者	241
  Comments:
Not an overly common term (vs. "law abiding citizen" in English).  Google translate spit out "law-abiding people". 

I suspect a tourist can be a "遵法者", but not a "law abiding citizen".

I don't think this term really needs to be here(A+B, can't find in kokugos), except that "遵法" has noun glosses that make "law-abiding" impossible there.
  Diff:
@@ -12 +12 @@
-<gloss>law-abiding citizen</gloss>
+<gloss>law-abiding person</gloss>
1. A 2007-11-18 00:00:00 
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jmdict 2392370 Deleted (id: 2276267)
累計メモリ
るいけいメモリ
1. [n] {computing}
▶ sigma memory



History:
3. D 2023-09-04 07:38:22  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Sort-of A+B. Not useful.
2. D* 2023-09-04 07:32:38  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
ngrams

累計メモリ	23
  Comments:
*Two* google book hits.  I suspect one of them is the old computer tech dictionary that we scraped all these terms from years ago.

As a software developer, I've researched "sigma memory" as hard as I can. It's not a thing. Maybe an obscure niche technical descriptor of a specific computer part in the early 90s(or earlier).  Of no value here whatsoever.

This string appears today in places like this ad copy: 累計メモリ販売2万本超, "total memory sales of more than  2 million units", or something like that.  This use of 累計 is bog-standard and doesn't warrant an entry for this.
1. A 2008-05-24 00:00:00 
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序でながら序ながら [sK]
ついでながら
1. [exp,adv] [uk]
▶ while I have the opportunity (I'd also like to say ...)
▶ by the way
▶ incidentally
▶ in passing



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 21:02:57  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
2. A* 2023-09-04 15:29:52  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
gg5, chujiten, prog
序でながら	845	3.0%	
序ながら	        437	1.6%	
ついでながら	26,897	95.5%
  Diff:
@@ -8,0 +9 @@
+<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
@@ -14,2 +15,2 @@
-<pos>&n;</pos>
-<xref type="see" seq="1008050">序でに</xref>
+<pos>&exp;</pos>
+<pos>&adv;</pos>
@@ -16,0 +18,2 @@
+<gloss>while I have the opportunity (I'd also like to say ...)</gloss>
+<gloss>by the way</gloss>
@@ -18,3 +21 @@
-<gloss>taking the opportunity</gloss>
-<gloss>while (you) are at it</gloss>
-<gloss>on the occasion</gloss>
+<gloss>in passing</gloss>
1. A 2008-11-21 00:00:00 
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jmdict 2535360 Active (id: 2276338)
黄金比
おうごんひ
1. [n] {mathematics}
▶ golden ratio
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 1181950 黄金率【おうごんりつ】 1. golden ratio



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 23:45:47  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<field>&math;</field>
2. A* 2023-09-04 23:35:12  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I don't think we need to give the number.
  Diff:
@@ -12 +12 @@
-<gloss>golden ratio (approx. 1.6180339887)</gloss>
+<gloss>golden ratio</gloss>
1. A 2010-03-18 00:00:00 
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jmdict 2567870 Active (id: 2276260)
純米
じゅんまい
1. [n]
▶ pure rice
2. [adj-f]
▶ (of sake, vinegar, etc) made from only rice, kōji, and water
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 2858716 純米酢 1. pure rice vinegar
3. [n] [abbr]
▶ junmai sake (sake in which the only ingredients are rice and yeast)
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1342010 純米酒 1. junmai sake (sake in which the only ingredients are rice and yeast)



History:
4. A 2023-09-04 07:04:44  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Most refs just have sense 2.
  Diff:
@@ -16 +16,2 @@
-<gloss>made from only rice, kōji, and water, without the use of distilled alcohol</gloss>
+<xref type="see" seq="2858716">純米酢</xref>
+<gloss>(of sake, vinegar, etc) made from only rice, kōji, and water</gloss>
@@ -22 +23 @@
-<gloss>junmai sake</gloss>
+<gloss>junmai sake (sake in which the only ingredients are rice and yeast)</gloss>
3. A* 2023-08-27 15:53:12  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daijs' two senses:
https://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/word/純米/

Google search (a giant America Liquor store, can't browse from outside of the US)
site:www.totalwine.com ginjo junmai
  Comments:
To the extent that we provide glosses, and not definitions, it seems the original GG5 gloss was correct for the [abbr] entry:"junmai sake".  Sake types are translated into English with the original Japanese terminology.

daijs also very clearly gives two senses, neither of which is an [abbr].  

Minimally 純米 appears in 4 common sake-related compounds, behaving like [adj-f] in all of them:

Junmai Daiginjō-shu (純米大吟醸酒)
Junmai Ginjō-shu (純米吟醸酒)
Tokubetsu Junmai-shu (特別純米酒)
Junmai-shu (純米酒, Pure rice)

daijs also identifies vinegar:
純米酢	15222

here's some others that came up in the ngrams:
純米焼酎 (shōchū made from rice, not potatoes)
純米にごり酒  pure-rice nigorizake
etc.

I don't see how we skip an [adj-f] entry for this.

"without the use of distilled alcohol" is not redundant, because distilled alcohol (or brewer's alcohol) can be made with only rice, koji, and water. daijs explicitly gives the same restriction.
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,8 @@
+<gloss>pure rice</gloss>
+</sense>
+<sense>
+<pos>&adj-f;</pos>
+<gloss>made from only rice, kōji, and water, without the use of distilled alcohol</gloss>
+</sense>
+<sense>
+<pos>&n;</pos>
@@ -14 +22 @@
-<gloss>sake made without added alcohol or sugar</gloss>
+<gloss>junmai sake</gloss>
2. A 2010-08-06 05:14:01  Rene Malenfant <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
seems more convenient just to copy the gloss from 純米酒
  Diff:
@@ -14,1 +14,1 @@
-<gloss>junmai sake</gloss>
+<gloss>sake made without added alcohol or sugar</gloss>
1. A* 2010-08-05 22:21:33  Scott
  Refs:
gg5

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jmdict 2567880 Active (id: 2276255)
純米吟醸酒
じゅんまいぎんじょうしゅ
1. [n]
▶ ginjō sake with no added alcohol
▶ junmai ginjō sake
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1984600 吟醸酒 1. ginjō sake; high-quality sake brewed by low temperature fermentation from white rice milled to 60%



History:
6. A 2023-09-04 06:43:21  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5: ginjō sake with no added alcohol.
  Comments:
Glosses are expected to mean something to non-Japanese speakers.
  Diff:
@@ -12,2 +11,0 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="2567870">純米</xref>
-<xref type="see" seq="2567870">純米</xref>
@@ -14,0 +13 @@
+<gloss>ginjō sake with no added alcohol</gloss>
5. A* 2023-08-27 16:07:44  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
See comments on 純米酒 and 純米.  We're a glossing dictionary.  This is translated into English overwhelmingly as "junmai ginjō sake".  

xref, if approved, should be [see=純米[2]].

We've already used an [xref] to explain ginjō.  If we use an [xref] for 純米, we can forgo the [expl] entirely (my preference).

Otherwise, the "proper" [expl] would seem to be:
[expl] high-quality sake made from only white rice milled to 60%, kōji, and water, brewed by low temperature fermentation without the use of distilled alcohol

This could come up in other terms that use 純米 and/or 吟醸. (I have no intention of entering additional sake types, but I think there is an argument for doing so).
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,2 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="2567870">純米</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="2567870">純米</xref>
@@ -13 +15 @@
-<gloss>ginjō sake with no added alcohol</gloss>
+<gloss>junmai ginjō sake</gloss>
4. A 2020-04-30 02:00:50  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
3. A* 2020-04-29 06:56:48  Opencooper
  Comments:
Aligning.
  Diff:
@@ -13 +13 @@
-<gloss>ginjo sake with no added alcohol</gloss>
+<gloss>ginjō sake with no added alcohol</gloss>
2. A 2010-08-06 05:12:35  Rene Malenfant <...address hidden...>
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jmdict 2652490 Active (id: 2276343)
責任能力
せきにんのうりょく
1. [n] {law}
▶ legal competency
▶ criminal responsibility
▶ ability to fulfil one's responsibilities
▶ full accountability



History:
5. A 2023-09-04 23:51:16  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
中辞典: the ability to fulfill one's responsibilities 《as
  Comments:
I think they help. GG5 tends to have the dry legal translations and 中辞典 explains a bit more.
4. A* 2023-09-04 23:47:25  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Do we need the last 2 glosses?
3. A 2022-07-17 13:24:47  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<field>&law;</field>
2. A 2011-08-10 00:39:17  Rene Malenfant <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2011-08-09 23:24:28  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5, 新和英中辞典, LSD, KOD追加語彙, etc.

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jmdict 2760010 Active (id: 2276404)
童貞喪失
どうていそうしつ
1. [n]
▶ loss of virginity (of a male)
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 2257600 処女喪失 1. loss of virginity (of a female); defloration; deflowering



History:
10. A 2023-09-05 21:01:04  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Style alignment.
  Diff:
@@ -13,2 +13 @@
-<gloss>losing one's virginity (of a male)</gloss>
-<gloss>(male) virginity loss</gloss>
+<gloss>loss of virginity (of a male)</gloss>
9. A 2023-09-04 20:59:07  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Not sure it's needed.
8. A* 2023-09-04 18:49:13 
  Diff:
@@ -13,0 +14 @@
+<gloss>(male) virginity loss</gloss>
7. A 2023-03-02 05:29:28  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
OK. Drop it.
  Diff:
@@ -13 +12,0 @@
-<misc>&col;</misc>
6. A* 2023-03-01 14:57:14  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
It's 喪失, not 損失. I wouldn't have thought this was col.
  Diff:
@@ -12 +12 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="2257600">処女喪失・しょじょそうしつ</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="2257600">処女喪失</xref>
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jmdict 2805220 Active (id: 2276296)
屯う
たむろう
1. [v5u,vi] [col,uk]
▶ to gather (of people)
▶ to assemble
▶ to hang out
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 2151610 【たむろする】 1. to gather (of people); to assemble; to hang out

Conjugations


History:
9. A 2023-09-04 17:09:14  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Aligning.
  Diff:
@@ -17,2 +17,3 @@
-<gloss>to gather in large numbers (of people)</gloss>
-<gloss>to hang out (as a large group)</gloss>
+<gloss>to gather (of people)</gloss>
+<gloss>to assemble</gloss>
+<gloss>to hang out</gloss>
8. A 2020-09-25 20:45:47  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
OK. Thanks.
7. A* 2020-09-25 17:10:17  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
たむろう	        1242
たむろって	17696
屯って	        1496
https://dentsu-ho.com/articles/6072
"渋谷のセンター街などの道端でたむろう若者"
https://iss.ndl.go.jp/books/R100000002-I027129609-00
" 夜の繁華街にたむろう路上の猫たち"
https://realestate.yahoo.co.jp/knowledge/chiebukuro/detail/1127292296/
"社宅の1階で中学生がたむろって迷惑してます"
https://konokikinoshita.themedia.jp/
"コンビニにたむろったまま交通事故に巻き込まれた女子高生"
  Comments:
Not just an expression. But I don't think we need more than one sense. Surprisingly common.
  Diff:
@@ -3,0 +4,3 @@
+<k_ele>
+<keb>屯う</keb>
+</k_ele>
@@ -8,2 +11,3 @@
-<pos>&exp;</pos>
-<xref type="see" seq="2151610">屯する・たむろする・1</xref>
+<pos>&v5u;</pos>
+<pos>&vi;</pos>
+<xref type="see" seq="2151610">たむろする・1</xref>
@@ -11 +15,3 @@
-<gloss>let's hang out</gloss>
+<misc>&uk;</misc>
+<gloss>to gather in large numbers (of people)</gloss>
+<gloss>to hang out (as a large group)</gloss>
6. A* 2020-09-25 07:34:43  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Reopen.
5. A 2020-09-25 07:34:23  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
All quiet. I'll make the suggested change, lockit down, then reopen in case there's discussion.
  Diff:
@@ -4,3 +3,0 @@
-<k_ele>
-<keb>屯う</keb>
-</k_ele>
@@ -11,2 +8 @@
-<pos>&v5u;</pos>
-<pos>&vi;</pos>
+<pos>&exp;</pos>
@@ -14 +9,0 @@
-<misc>&uk;</misc>
@@ -16,11 +11 @@
-<gloss>to gather in large numbers (of people)</gloss>
-<gloss>to hang out (as a large group)</gloss>
-</sense>
-<sense>
-<pos>&v5u;</pos>
-<pos>&vi;</pos>
-<xref type="see" seq="2151610">屯する・たむろする・2</xref>
-<misc>&uk;</misc>
-<misc>&col;</misc>
-<gloss>to assemble (as a military unit or posse)</gloss>
-<gloss>to be quartered (in a particular location)</gloss>
+<gloss>let's hang out</gloss>
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jmdict 2826187 Active (id: 2276278)
醸造アルコール
じょうぞうアルコール
1. [n]
▶ distilled alcohol (esp. that used in some sakes and liqueurs)
▶ brewer's alcohol
▶ jōzō alcohol



History:
4. A 2023-09-04 11:49:57  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5: 醸造アルコール distilled alcohol; 〔酒製造工程で加えられた〕 distilled alcohol added to sake.
  Comments:
Fiddling a bit.
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<gloss>distilled alcohol (esp. that used in some sakes and liqueurs)</gloss>
@@ -13,2 +14 @@
-<gloss>jozo alcohol</gloss>
-<gloss g_type="expl">type of distilled alcohol used in some sakes and liqueurs</gloss>
+<gloss>jōzō alcohol</gloss>
3. A* 2023-08-27 15:26:39  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Example: wikipedia uses "brewer's alcohol"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sake
Tokutei meishō-shu refers to premium sake distinguished by the degree to which the rice has been polished and the added percentage of brewer's alcohol or the absence of such additives. 

Commonly used. Google:
"brewer's alcohol" "sake"
"jozo alchohol" "sake"

National Research Institute of Brewing:
https://www.nrib.go.jp/English/sake/esakefaq02.html#04
What is Jozo-alcohol?
Jozo-alcohol is alcohol added in the process of sake making, and in making other liqueurs, such as Umeshu. Jozo-alcohol is made by fermenting...

SAKE 101: Brewer’s Alcohol (Jozo Alcohol)
https://en.sake-times.com/learn/sake-101-brewers-alcohol-jozo-alcohol
Chemically speaking, brewer’s alcohol, or “jozo alcohol” in the industry, is ethanol. It is typically made by distilling crude alcohol derived from fermented sugars or corn to around 95% purity.

https://sakeist.com/dictionary.html#40
Jozo alcohol must be distilled from an alcoholic beverage fermented from raw materials of agricultural origin. The alcohol is distilled like voka to over 95% abv to remove all flavour, before being sold to breweries. And it is stored by the breweries at 30-40% abv to reduce the risk of fire. The main purposes of adding jozo alcohol to fermented moromi are; ・to increase the expression of aromas, especially for ginjo sakes. ・lighter palate of sugar, acidity, umami and body, as well as crisper finish, called kire.
  Comments:
Checked a bottle of sake in the fridge, 醸造アルコール is an ingredient. This is not generic "distilled alcohol", it is a specifically regulated kind of distilled alcohol.

Been reading about sake, the term "brewer's alcohol" appears often, including wikipedia(first ref). As much as I'm not fond of it, "jozo alcohol" is also used commonly online (jōzō, with diacritics, is exceedingly rare).

While in the end ethanol = ethanol, this does appear to be a particular kind. So 醸造アルコール->"Distilled Alcohol" would be a one-way gloss. (note: reverso entries on "distilled alcohol" are *all* about sake production).

"distilled alcohol" is a common gloss, but I feel like a competent translator could still pluck it out of the [expl] if they find it more accessible.
  Diff:
@@ -12 +12,3 @@
-<gloss>distilled alcohol (sometimes added in the production of sake)</gloss>
+<gloss>brewer's alcohol</gloss>
+<gloss>jozo alcohol</gloss>
+<gloss g_type="expl">type of distilled alcohol used in some sakes and liqueurs</gloss>
2. A 2014-11-28 04:31:53  Rene Malenfant <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2014-11-27 21:43:35  Richard Warmington <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5
.
Example:
一方、醸造アルコール(95%アルコール)を添加すると、純米酒とはいえなくなります。た
だ、精米歩合を低くしたのであれば、「純米」という言葉を取り去って、吟醸酒や大吟醸
酒と名乗ることができます。

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jmdict 2828172 Active (id: 2276292)
ギロチン窓
ギロチンまど
1. [n]
▶ double-hung window
▶ sash window
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 2828171 上げ下げ窓 1. double-hung window; sash window



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 16:36:39  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -13 +12,0 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="1043240">ギロチン</xref>
2. A 2016-01-17 09:02:26  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="1043240">ギロチン</xref>
1. A* 2016-01-16 23:22:32  Scott
  Refs:
wiki Google
  Comments:
from French

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jmdict 2829460 Active (id: 2276286)
溶暗
ようあん
1. [n] {film,television}
▶ fade-out
▶ dissolve
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1109550 フェードアウト 1. fade-out; dissolve



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 12:58:56  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13,2 @@
+<field>&film;</field>
+<field>&tv;</field>
2. A 2016-05-24 06:14:53  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Daijr, GG5, etc.
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="1109550">フェードアウト</xref>
@@ -12,0 +14 @@
+<gloss>dissolve</gloss>
1. A* 2016-05-24 05:48:24  Paul Upchurch <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daijr/s, prog, 研究社 新和英中辞典

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jmdict 2835163 Active (id: 2276309)

チェケラちぇけらチェケラーちぇけらー
1. [exp] [col] Source lang: eng
▶ check it out
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 2018530 チェキ 1. check it out; take a look



History:
5. A 2023-09-04 20:53:57  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
4. A* 2023-09-04 17:23:22  Carson Groel <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
チェケラ	 19684   70.3%
ちぇけら	  4441   15.9%
チェケラー  2281   8.2%
ちぇけらー  1575   5.6%
ngrams
  Comments:
Added other variants
  Diff:
@@ -5,0 +6,9 @@
+</r_ele>
+<r_ele>
+<reb>ちぇけら</reb>
+</r_ele>
+<r_ele>
+<reb>チェケラー</reb>
+</r_ele>
+<r_ele>
+<reb>ちぇけらー</reb>
3. A 2023-03-05 19:43:35  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -9 +9 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="2018530">チェキ・2</xref>
+<xref type="see" seq="2018530">チェキ・1</xref>
2. A 2018-03-28 10:34:46  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
http://q.hatena.ne.jp/1093064047
  Comments:
Bizarre.
  Diff:
@@ -8,0 +9 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="2018530">チェキ・2</xref>
1. A* 2018-03-28 07:44:40  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
http://amiranet.jp/esl/check-it-out/
"チェケラッチョ・チェケラって何?"
https://www.proof0309.com/entry/check-it-out
"チェケラ!は実は英語で「check it out」というスペルのようで
す。"
ngrams

チェケラ	150

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jmdict 2835488 Active (id: 2276411)
赦状
しゃじょう
1. [n] [obs]
▶ letter of pardon
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 2438250 赦免状 1. letter of pardon; pardon



History:
5. A 2023-09-05 21:37:43  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://kotobank.jp/word/赦状-525207
  Comments:
Nikk gives 1880 as the earliest recorded use. Appears to be obsolete.
  Diff:
@@ -13 +13 @@
-<misc>&rare;</misc>
+<misc>&obs;</misc>
4. A 2023-09-04 01:28:19  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Koj, Daijr/s, etc.
  Comments:
I suspect it's [arch].
3. A* 2023-09-04 01:00:22  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
赦状	0	0.0%
赦免状	1337	100.0%
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,2 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="2438250">赦免状</xref>
+<misc>&rare;</misc>
2. A 2018-05-05 12:34:23  Johan Råde <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2018-05-03 10:46:44  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daij, koj

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jmdict 2835489 Active (id: 2276412)
赦書
しゃしょ
1. [n] [arch]
▶ letter of pardon
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 2438250 赦免状 1. letter of pardon; pardon



History:
5. A 2023-09-05 21:39:02  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Probably archaic.
  Diff:
@@ -13 +13 @@
-<misc>&rare;</misc>
+<misc>&arch;</misc>
4. A 2023-09-04 01:29:37  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Koj, Daijr/s, etc.
3. A* 2023-09-04 01:10:58  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
赦状	0	0.0%
赦免状	1337	100.0%
赦書	0	0.0%

daijs:
https://kotobank.jp/word/赦書-525195
赦書: 赦免の書状。赦状。
https://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/word/赦状/
赦状: 刑罰を許すことを記した書状。赦免状。赦書。

yourei 赦免状: 57 matches
https://yourei.jp/赦免状
赦書: 3 matches
https://yourei.jp/赦書
赦状: 2 matches
https://yourei.jp/赦状
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,2 @@
+<xref type="see" seq="2438250">赦免状</xref>
+<misc>&rare;</misc>
2. A 2018-05-07 12:40:13  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2018-05-03 10:47:04  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
daij, koj

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jmdict 2856208 Active (id: 2276333)
垂れ乳タレ乳たれ乳
たれちち
1. [n]
▶ saggy breasts
▶ drooping breasts



History:
6. A 2023-09-04 23:02:04  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
垂れ乳	6441	87.3%
タレ乳	511	6.9%
たれ乳	425	5.8%
  Comments:
I see WWW pages using たれ乳. I'd keep it visible.
  Diff:
@@ -12 +11,0 @@
-<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
5. A* 2023-09-04 22:56:14 
  Refs:
タレ乳	511
  Diff:
@@ -7,0 +8,3 @@
+<keb>タレ乳</keb>
+</k_ele>
+<k_ele>
@@ -8,0 +12 @@
+<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
4. A 2023-09-04 22:38:51  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I don't think adding a slangy gloss to an entry like this helps.
  Diff:
@@ -17 +16,0 @@
-<gloss>sagging boobs</gloss>
3. A* 2023-09-04 19:00:46 
  Diff:
@@ -16,0 +17 @@
+<gloss>sagging boobs</gloss>
2. A 2022-09-05 05:32:46  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
垂れ乳	6441
たれ乳	425
たれちち	69
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jmdict 2858100 Active (id: 2276329)
童貞卒業
どうていそつぎょう
1. [n,vs,vi] [col]
▶ losing one's virginity (of a male)

Conjugations


History:
6. A 2023-09-04 22:57:23  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I don't think it adds anything.
  Diff:
@@ -16 +15,0 @@
-<gloss>(male) virginity loss</gloss>
5. A 2023-09-04 20:59:49  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Not sure it's needed.
4. A* 2023-09-04 18:48:24 
  Diff:
@@ -15,0 +16 @@
+<gloss>(male) virginity loss</gloss>
3. A 2023-06-07 22:36:26  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13 @@
+<pos>&vi;</pos>
2. A 2023-06-06 10:04:11  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
童貞卒業	15187
童貞卒業します	3804
Tanaka: どーお?童貞卒業した翌朝は気分爽快? So? Feeling refreshed, the morning after graduating from virginity?
  Comments:
The only sentence for 童貞.
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12,2 @@
+<pos>&vs;</pos>
+<misc>&col;</misc>
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jmdict 2858559 Active (id: 2276244)
対応不可
たいおうふか
1. [adj-no]
▶ unavailable
▶ not able to respond
▶ impossible to fulfil (demand, request, etc.)
2. [adj-no]
▶ incompatible (e.g. device)
▶ unsupported



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 02:30:27  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
No response or objections. Closing.
2. A* 2023-08-15 04:22:30  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Reverso (all over the place.)
  Comments:
Suggested reworking. Neither sense is a noun.
  Diff:
@@ -11,2 +11,2 @@
-<pos>&n;</pos>
-<gloss>busy</gloss>
+<pos>&adj-no;</pos>
+<gloss>unavailable</gloss>
@@ -14 +14 @@
-<gloss>impossible to fulfill (demand, request, etc.)</gloss>
+<gloss>impossible to fulfil (demand, request, etc.)</gloss>
@@ -17,2 +17,2 @@
-<pos>&n;</pos>
-<gloss>incompatible (e.g., device)</gloss>
+<pos>&adj-no;</pos>
+<gloss>incompatible (e.g. device)</gloss>
1. A* 2023-08-14 01:58:24  Nicolas Maia
  Refs:
https://ejje.weblio.jp/content/対応不可
www examples
  Comments:
対応不可	23858

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jmdict 2858662 Active (id: 2276751)
俺TUEEE
おれつえええ
1. [n] [net-sl]
▶ "Mary Sue" protagonist (inexplicably strong or capable character)
2. [n] [net-sl]
▶ overpowering weaker opponents for self-satisfaction (in a video game)



History:
15. A 2023-09-11 04:08:15  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Looks OK. The whole topic makes me feel tired.
14. A* 2023-09-10 02:14:25  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/俺TUEEE
  Comments:
I tried to come up with glosses for this a few days ago but I just felt lost. The explanations are all over the place.
I don't think "in a wish-fulfillment story" is necessarily true.
What's the source for "male"? Wiktionary has "Mary Sue (without a gender connotation)".
I'm not sure why sense 2 is adj-f. Niconicopedia defines it as a noun and Wiktionary glosses it as a noun.
  Diff:
@@ -5 +5 @@
-<keb>俺TUEEE</keb>
+<keb>俺TUEEE</keb>
@@ -12,3 +11,0 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="2837549">なろう系</xref>
-<xref type="see" seq="2837549">なろう系</xref>
-<xref type="see" seq="2837549">なろう系</xref>
@@ -16 +13 @@
-<gloss>male "Mary Sue" protagonist in a wish-fulfillment story</gloss>
+<gloss>"Mary Sue" protagonist (inexplicably strong or capable character)</gloss>
@@ -19 +16 @@
-<pos>&adj-f;</pos>
+<pos>&n;</pos>
@@ -21 +18 @@
-<gloss>overpowered (e.g. in a video game)</gloss>
+<gloss>overpowering weaker opponents for self-satisfaction (in a video game)</gloss>
13. A 2023-09-09 06:49:41  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I'm comfortable with sense 1. Not so sure about sense 2, but to be frank these slangy entries can be rather vague, and it's probably better to have something than nothing at all.
12. D* 2023-09-08 11:43:24 
  Comments:
Maybe this shouldn't be an entry if the editors aren't sure of the meaning.
11. A 2023-09-08 01:44:06  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
If the "overpowered" meaning is valid, I think it's another sense. I haven't dug into it very far - not my field.
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jmdict 2858678 Active (id: 2276409)
自分のことは棚に上げる自分の事は棚に上げる自分のことは棚にあげる [sK] 自分の事は棚にあげる [sK]
じぶんのことはたなにあげる
1. [exp,v1] [id]
▶ to ignore one's own shortcomings
▶ to shut one's eyes to one's own faults
▶ to act hypocritically
Cross references:
  ⇔ see: 2086780 棚に上げる 1. to shut one's eyes to (one's own faults, etc.); to pretend not to see; to pay no attention to; to forget; to fail to notice; to put on a shelf

Conjugations


History:
4. A 2023-09-05 21:20:50  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -19 +19 @@
-<reb>じぶんのことをたなにあげる</reb>
+<reb>じぶんのことはたなにあげる</reb>
3. A 2023-09-05 21:19:47  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I don't think the あげる forms need to be visible.
  Diff:
@@ -11,0 +12 @@
+<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
@@ -14,0 +16 @@
+<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
2. A 2023-09-04 04:15:35  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5: 自分のことを棚に上げる shut one's eyes to [forget, fail to notice] one's own 「faults [blemish]; do not see the beam in one's own eye
中辞典: 自分のことを棚にあげる ┏shut one's eyes to [be blind to] one's own faults [blemishes, shortcomings]; 《文》 do not see the beam in one's own eye
ルミナス: 彼は自分のことは*棚に上げて人のことを言う He cannot see the beam in his own eye.
  Comments:
Interesting that the JEs all lead their 棚に上げる entries with this extended form. Quite a set phrase.
I think they all can be visible. More plausible ordering.
  Diff:
@@ -3,0 +4,3 @@
+<k_ele>
+<keb>自分のことは棚に上げる</keb>
+</k_ele>
@@ -8 +11 @@
-<keb>自分のことは棚に上げる</keb>
+<keb>自分のことは棚にあげる</keb>
@@ -12,5 +14,0 @@
-<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
-</k_ele>
-<k_ele>
-<keb>自分のことは棚にあげる</keb>
-<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
@@ -25 +22,0 @@
-<xref type="see" seq="2086780">棚に上げる</xref>
@@ -27 +24,2 @@
-<gloss>to ignore one's own shortcomings (when judging others)</gloss>
+<gloss>to ignore one's own shortcomings</gloss>
+<gloss>to shut one's eyes to one's own faults</gloss>
1. A* 2023-08-25 19:21:19  Brian Krznarich <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
自分の事は棚に	11928	20.9%
自分のことは棚に	22809	39.9%
自分の事を棚に	6593	11.5%
自分のことを棚に	15822	27.7%

I like this little dictionary...
https://takashionary.com/tana-ni-ageru/
(自分のことを/は) 棚たなに上あげる is a Japanese idiom that literally means “put (oneself) up on a shelf” and figuratively means “to behave hypocritically”, just like “the pot calling the kettle black”.
This idiom is used to describes hypocritical behaviour, in which someone criticises others for a fault or mistake that they have themselves.

The poster here *didn't* like "hypocritical", as suggested by his teacher (ちょと違うようにも思います), but I do.
http://www.wa.commufa.jp/~anknak/qa26.htm
When asked for similar idioms, also got the replies:
 ・You should practice what you preach.です。
 The pot calls (or called) the kettle black.
Those who live in glass houses should never throw stones. 
 Practice what you preach.
Know your own faults before blaming others for theirs.

I could personally add the biblical quote:
You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye

I don't think any of these idioms belong here (the expression is only half-complete). But this is the flavor.
  Comments:
I believe the underlying entry for 棚に上げる is faulty, in that the glosses act as if they were for *this* entry. Absent a direct object, 棚に上げる can't mean more than "to set aside", "to act as if (an inconvenient truth) does not exist", which is an edit I will make after finishing this entry.

While 棚に上げる is very diverse in what you can ignore (generally some kind of personal shortcoming, but also an inconvenient impediment to a plan you have, etc.), this particular construction is *extremely* common (see ngrams), and is probably the best representative for "棚に上げる".  It's certainly common enough (60,000+ ngrams over its combinations) to be justified here I think.  

sankoku uses this expression as an example (自分のことは棚に上げて、人のせいにする]
daijs uses a similar example:
https://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/word/棚に上げる/
自分のことは上げて人の悪口ばかり言う

This is not, however, and idiom with a proper "ending". I think there is no use trying to complete it.

Note, takashionary.com gives a self-effacing use of the expression, acknowledging a certain hypocrisy in what one is about to say:
自分(じぶん)のことは棚に上げて言(い)うけど、彼(かれ)ちょっと太(ふと)りすぎだよね。
I’m saying this by putting myself up on a shelf, but I think he is a bit too fat.

There seems to be something deliberate in the accusation here.  How did your shortcomings/issues/etc *get* on the shelf?  *you* put them there.  棚に上げる currently has "to be blind to one's shortcomings".  But the accusation seems to be that you've (consciously or unconsciously) chosen to ignore your shortcomings.  "to play innocent", I cannot find support for this.  Yes, it is "to act as if one is without fault", but I only see this in the context of judging others.  

The あげる (vs. 上げる) forms are certainly common enough.  [sK] only because all these combinations (事x上げる) seem superfluous (and obvious). Can't get ngrams on the あげる forms because the idiom is too long to have been tallied.

I still wish we could consolidate this の・を・が・は variants into single entries.  Picking は as the most common form (as a basis for *comparison* for hypocritical judgement of someone else). But 自分のことを is also quite common.

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jmdict 2858679 Deleted (id: 2276287)
2024年問題
にせんにじゅうよねんもんだい
1. [n]
▶ various problems arising in the logistics industry due to the work style reform related law to be enforced in 2024



History:
3. D 2023-09-04 13:31:31  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Plenty of web results, all about the new law, but I don't think it's worth adding as an entry. Once 2024 arrives, the term will presumably fall out of use pretty quickly.
2. D* 2023-09-02 01:35:37  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
This could be any problem relating to 2024. I don't think it's much use as a general entry.
1. A* 2023-08-26 01:36:34  solo_han
  Refs:
https://www.sr-suzuki.jp/2024-problem/

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jmdict 2858713 Active (id: 2276290)
口角を上げる口角をあげる [sK]
こうかくをあげる
1. [exp,v1]
▶ to smile

Conjugations


History:
3. A 2023-09-04 15:11:27  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
口角を上げ	6,121		
口角をあげ	1,476
  Diff:
@@ -5,0 +6,4 @@
+</k_ele>
+<k_ele>
+<keb>口角をあげる</keb>
+<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
2. A 2023-09-03 21:48:03  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2023-09-03 12:50:02  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
口角泡を飛ばす	1539	1.3% jmdict entry
口角を上げる	3592	2.9%
口角     	117668	95.8%

eij
  Comments:
not quite "to put that frown upside down" but

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jmdict 2858715 Active (id: 2276293)
フェード現象
フェードげんしょう
1. [n]
▶ brake fade



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 17:03:22  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I think one gloss is sufficient.
  Diff:
@@ -12 +11,0 @@
-<gloss>fade</gloss>
2. A 2023-09-03 23:31:06  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
KOD: フェード現象 【自動車】 〔ブレーキの〕 (brake) fade.
  Diff:
@@ -13 +13 @@
-<gloss>break fade</gloss>
+<gloss>brake fade</gloss>
1. A* 2023-09-03 22:27:54  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brake_fade
daijs

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jmdict 2858716 Active (id: 2276900)
純米酢
じゅんまいす
1. [n]
▶ pure rice vinegar
Cross references:
  ⇐ see: 2567870 純米【じゅんまい】 2. (of sake, vinegar, etc) made from only rice, kōji, and water



History:
2. A 2023-09-14 02:51:43  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Quiet. Closing.
1. A* 2023-09-04 07:03:21  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
KOD: 純米酢 pure [100%] rice vinegar; vinegar made 「exclusively [100%] from rice.
純米酢	15222
  Comments:
Handy.

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jmdict 2858717 Active (id: 2276277)
溶明
ようめい
1. [n,vs,vi] [rare] {film,television}
▶ fade-in
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 1109560 フェードイン 1. fade-in

Conjugations


History:
2. A 2023-09-04 11:42:42  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13 @@
+<pos>&vi;</pos>
1. A* 2023-09-04 07:32:30  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5, RP
溶明	320 (cf フェードイン 24039)

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jmdict 2858718 Active (id: 2276405)
強張り強ばり [sK]
こわばり
1. [n] [uk]
▶ stiffness
▶ tightness



History:
2. A 2023-09-05 21:04:21  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
強張りが	        1,126	15.3%	
強ばりが	        270	3.7%	
こわばりが	5,976	81.1%
  Comments:
I think "stiffness" should lead.
  Diff:
@@ -8,0 +9 @@
+<ke_inf>&sK;</ke_inf>
@@ -15,0 +17 @@
+<gloss>stiffness</gloss>
@@ -17 +18,0 @@
-<gloss>stiffness</gloss>
1. A* 2023-09-04 12:03:30  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
KOD
強張る	7856	6.4%
強ばる	1533	1.3%
こわばる	14799	12.1%
強張り	8287	6.8%
強ばり	2108	1.7%
こわばり	87766	71.7%
  Comments:
Useful, especially for text glossing. Interesting that the kana noun form is so dominant.

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jmdict 2858719 Deleted (id: 2277526)
野蜜
のみつ
1. [n] [rare]
▶ wild honey
▶ wild nectar



History:
9. D 2023-09-20 09:22:19  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I think the majority is against keeping it.
8. D* 2023-09-18 21:26:59  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I'd probably support its inclusion if it were from a well-known/oft-quoted verse. But as it's not, I don't think it's worth having.
7. D* 2023-09-17 16:36:10  Rene Malenfant <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
野 is a productive prefix, and it's recorded as sense 3 of our entry for 野. i don't think it's needed
6. D* 2023-09-17 08:03:34  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
But if it's in (one or more commobn translations) of the Bible, isn't it worth having? It's not exactly an obscure piece of text. I think it's mildly useful.
5. D 2023-09-17 06:59:40  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
I don't mind dropping it.
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jmdict 2858720 Active (id: 2288795)

スワッグ
1. [n] Source lang: ger
▶ swag (wall decoration of flowers, leaves, etc.)



History:
4. A 2024-01-15 11:05:01  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Resubmit with references.
  Diff:
@@ -11 +10,0 @@
-<gloss>Christmas swag</gloss>
3. A* 2024-01-15 07:47:05 
  Diff:
@@ -10,0 +11 @@
+<gloss>Christmas swag</gloss>
2. A 2023-09-05 02:38:22  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Lots of pages says it's from German, e.g: 
https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/1427767485/posy-of-dried-flowers-swag-hanging-bunch   "Swag means "wall decoration" in German."
  Diff:
@@ -9 +9,2 @@
-<gloss>swag (wall decoration)</gloss>
+<lsource xml:lang="ger"/>
+<gloss>swag (wall decoration of flowers, leaves, etc.)</gloss>
1. A* 2023-09-04 17:31:18  Carson Groel <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://tsuchikaze.jp/blogs/dryflower/beginner
https://shokubutsuseikatsu.jp/article/news/p/2640/
https://minne.com/mag/articles/2322
https://search.rakuten.co.jp/search/mall/スワッグ/
https://hitohana.tokyo/swag

ngrams
スワッグ	9931

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jmdict 2858721 Active (id: 2276406)
味変
あじへん
1. [n,vs,vt,vi] [col]
▶ changing the flavor of a dish in the middle of a meal by adding condiments, seasoning, etc.

Conjugations


History:
4. A 2023-09-05 21:16:35  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Diff:
@@ -12,0 +13 @@
+<pos>&vt;</pos>
@@ -14 +14,0 @@
-<pos>&vt;</pos>
@@ -16 +16 @@
-<gloss>changing the flavor of a dish in the middle of a meal by adding flavorings</gloss>
+<gloss>changing the flavor of a dish in the middle of a meal by adding condiments, seasoning, etc.</gloss>
3. A 2023-09-04 22:40:15  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Yes, [col].
2. A* 2023-09-04 21:35:26  Stephen Kraus <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Also in jitsuyou. Refs all say "俗"
  Diff:
@@ -14,0 +15 @@
+<misc>&col;</misc>
1. A* 2023-09-04 21:08:05  Kim Ahlström <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
Sankoku, Daijirin, Daijisen
  Comments:
Came across in conversation with family recently. 865 n-gram count for 味変 seems low, but common on social media (https://twitter.com/search?q=味変&src=typed_query&f=live), and turning up in news segments (https://youtu.be/GTmzzb38UG4?si=MXEbx5R8YjD-xNhT&t=258)

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jmdict 2858722 Active (id: 2276335)

ファーストシューズファースト・シューズ
1. [n]
▶ first shoes (of a baby)



History:
3. A 2023-09-04 23:18:14  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Comments:
Oops.
  Diff:
@@ -8 +8 @@
-<reb>ファース・トシューズ</reb>
+<reb>ファースト・シューズ</reb>
2. A 2023-09-04 22:41:29  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2023-09-04 21:48:48  Marcus Richert <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
ファーストシューズ	29799
セカンドシューズ	1311

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jmdict 2858723 Active (id: 2276322)
レイプ魔
レイプま
1. [n]
▶ rapist
▶ rape fiend
Cross references:
  ⇒ see: 2529310 強姦魔 1. rapist; rape fiend



History:
2. A 2023-09-04 22:40:42  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2023-09-04 22:35:11  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
レイプ魔	12,496		
強姦魔	22,468
  Comments:
Not in the refs but pretty common.

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遵法精神
じゅんぽうせいしん
1. [n]
▶ law-abiding spirit
▶ feeling of respect for the law



History:
2. A 2023-09-04 23:00:16  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
1. A* 2023-09-04 22:52:19  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
GG5, etc.
遵法精神	8649

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ファミリービジネス [spec1]
1. [work]
▶ Family Business (1989 film)



History:
2. A 2023-09-04 15:10:30  Robin Scott <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Business_(1989_film)
  Diff:
@@ -10 +10 @@
-<gloss>Family Business (film)</gloss>
+<gloss>Family Business (1989 film)</gloss>
1. A* 2023-09-03 23:46:25  Jim Breen <...address hidden...>
  Refs:
KOD

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