from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The ring into which the base of the handle of a Japanese sword fits. The two principal parts of the hilt are the fuchi and kashira.
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Encho [u] -- the "Shinkasané-ga-fuchi" -- and, like many Nipponese stories, is founded on actual occurrence.] [Footnote 15: Also called, Naomori, or Narimasa, or Nariyuki.] [Footnote 16: There was great opposition to the introduction of _Kugé_
Ito sukashi dairi Hamamatsu, adj. itzebu dai-sho hanami jaburan dai-sho-no-soroimono hanamichi janken hanashika jigotai dan haniwa jimigaki daruma haori jingu do happi-coat jinja dojo harai goshi jinkai senjitsu dotaku hara-kiri jinricksha emakimono hashigakari jinrikisha Eta Hashimoto's jinriksha fuchi hatamoto jito fugu hayashi jiu-jitsu fuji hechima Jodo Fukuoka, adj.
Following Rao Zongyi and Ã”fuchi Ninji, Stephen Bokenkamp suggests that it is best understood in the literal sense that the Dao
And God did not afflitSl you by leaving long amont you only the (hadow, the outfide of the man, and of fuchi man!