[in-uh-ree, -ahr-ee; Finnish ih-nah-ri]
- Lake, a lake in NE Finland. About 500 sq. mi. (1295 sq. km).
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Examples from the Web for inari
There, too, is his enemy the Inari fox, who is kind of heart.Old-World Japan
Inari, as we have already found, is often extremely benevolent.
Inasmuch as rice is the most important and necessary product of Japan, the honours which Inari Sama receives are extraordinary.Tales of Old Japan
Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford
Inari not infrequently rewards human beings for any act of kindness to a fox.
The beggar was none other than Inari himself, and the woman's generosity was rewarded in due season by the birth of a child.