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May
11
reviewed No Action Needed The meaning of さすがにこれは同情する
May
10
reviewed Leave Open The “3 highs” and “3 lows” when choosing a husband
May
10
reviewed Looks OK 'I'm glad I look like my mother'
May
9
reviewed Approve ~うございます construction
May
9
comment ~うございます construction
I'd suggest that you not tell people what not to answer, but rather make your question complete enough so that people see what you already know.
May
9
reviewed Reviewed The “3 highs” and “3 lows” when choosing a husband
May
9
revised Meaning of だけども / ですけども
deleted 1 character in body; edited tags
May
9
revised correct usage of 'There be …' construction and 'somebody has something'
added 9 characters in body
May
9
awarded  Convention
May
8
comment What's it called when furigana push characters apart because they're so long?
I disagree with the close vote since the question is about the search of the Japanese terms for particular phenomenon (even though the accepted answer says that there probably doesn't exist a particular term for this phenomenon). I understand the question not to be about Japanese typography (like "what method of dealing with long furigana is more common?").
May
8
reviewed Leave Open What's it called when furigana push characters apart because they're so long?
May
8
answered Meaning of だけども / ですけども
May
8
reviewed Reviewed Meaning of だけども / ですけども
May
8
reviewed Edit correct usage of 'There be …' construction and 'somebody has something'
May
8
revised correct usage of 'There be …' construction and 'somebody has something'
improved formatting
May
8
comment Modal expressions in “He must be Japanese” - に決まっている and ぜひ・きっと・必ず
Are you copy&pasting the Japanese? If not what's up with 必ず必ず and 連絡する連絡する (from your other question)?
May
8
revised Why is the order of bottom-left radicals different for some kanji?
edited tags
May
7
comment Apparently unrelated 音読み?
@YangMuye I'd be interested to know more about this. Would you post your comment as an answer and maybe elaborate?
May
7
comment Apparently unrelated 音読み?
Oh, I see. I asked because the 新漢和大辞典 names 漢音, 呉音, 唐宋音, 慣用音, the last being for all "other" 音-type readings, like コク for 石, which is neither 漢音 (セキ) nor 呉音 (ジャク).
May
7
comment Apparently unrelated 音読み?
What are the kinds that are not the "three main kinds"?