Top or summitPlace on the head, receive, top of head, top, summit, peak
- いただき, いただ
I always make paper crowns out of pages of street maps... that way i got a place on the head.
(頂) is spike (丁) plus severed head (頁). I humbly accept as my shogun orders me to find a spike and place on the head.
If I put a street sign on my head what do I get ? A place on the head !
Youve probably noticed that even the rudest and crudest Japanese say Itadakimasu before every meal. Why? Because each person who failed to say it as a child had a nail driven straight into that tender PLACE ON THE HEAD (i.e. the very top of the head). Thats a lesson no one will forget!
Driving down the STREET, looking at a PAGE in the map, I hit another car, and started bleeding from a place on the head.
NAILS - place directly on the forehead, NAILS - place directly on the forehead, NAILS - place directly on the forehead, The HEAD ON commercial nails it into your head......
Nail the page to the wall! Place a Bounty On the head.
This is to humbly receive. Japanese people bow in situations like this, often exaggeratedly so. You could imagine a Japanese person bowing so profusely upon accepting something that he could hammer in a nail with his head.
May I see the wine list?
The top of the hill was bare.
They set up a tent on the mountaintop.
I awoke this morning to find the summit of the mountain covered with snow.
The summit of the mountain is covered with snow.
They finally reached the top of the mountain.
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