Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A disease of the silkworm of commerce, occurring in Japan, due to the attacks of a tachinid fly, Ujimyia (or Leskia) sericaria. See Ujimyia.
“Indians often find enormous boas, which they call uji, or water-serpents, * in the same lethargic state.”
“The imperially descended uji spoken of above, each consisting of several houses, were grouped according to their names, and each group was under the supervision of a chief, called uji no choja or uji no cho.”
“* An uji no Kami was called uji no choja in later ages.”
“Usually, as has been already stated, the corresponding position in an ordinary uji was called uji no Kami and belonged to the first-born of the principal house, irrespective of his official rank.”
“The ancient family was called uji, -- a word said to have originally signified the same thing as the modern term uchi, -- "interior," or "household," but certainly used from very early times in the sense of "name" -- clan-name especially.”
“Have also been having a lot of 'uji' lately, which is Tanzanian for - what, I don't know the english, porridge?”
“Pertamanya, ini kerana beliau baru mengangkat sumpah dan kemampuan pentadbiran baru meraih keyakinan rakyat di'uji 'dari prestasi BN disini.”
“I've tried all the blossom tea in their menu, Daimyo matcha iri genmai cha uji and Hamare sencha.”
“I let off steam by blowing uji breath in and out of my body.”
“Hal ini merupakan hasil uji coba lapangan seorang pensiunan jendral AU Israel.”
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List of terms for porridge dishes made from seeds, grains, legumes, etc. from around the world.
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