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嬥歌 [かがい]

(See 歌垣) ritual singing and dancing gathering of young men and women (noun (common) (futsuumeishi)) (archaism)

いろは歌;伊呂波歌 [いろはうた]

iroha poem (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

いろは歌留多(ateji);伊呂波ガルタ;伊呂波歌留多(ateji);以呂波歌留多(ateji) [いろはガルタ]

playing cards bearing proverbs in the traditional ordering of the Japanese syllabary (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

うた沢;歌沢;哥沢 [うたざわ]

(歌沢 was used especially by the Tora school that emphasized voice; 哥沢 was used especially by the Shiba school that emphasized shamisen) slow-paced style of shamisen music with vocal accompaniment (popular during the late Edo period) (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

うた沢節;歌沢節;哥沢節 [うたざわぶし]

(歌沢節 was used especially by the Tora school that emphasized voice; 哥沢節 was used especially by the Shiba school that emphasized shamisen) (See うた沢) slow-paced style of shamisen music with vocal accompaniment (popular during the late Edo period) (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

ただごと歌;徒言歌;直言歌 [ただごとうた;ただことうた(徒言歌)]

(See 六義・2) plain form (of waka) (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

たとえ歌;譬え歌;喩え歌 [たとえうた]

(noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

(1) (See 譬喩歌) metaphorical poem (of the Man'yoshu)

(2) (See 六義・2) metaphorical form (of waka)

ど演歌;ド演歌 [どえんか(ど演歌);ドえんか(ド演歌)]

(See 演歌) quintessential enka/enka with age-old lyrical themes set to a haunting traditional-style melody (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

なずらえ歌;準え歌 [なずらえうた]

(See 六義・2) allusive form (of waka) (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

アイドル歌手 [アイドルかしゅ]

pop idol/idol singer (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))