Words — 2 found

Ichidan verb, Intransitive verb
1. to grow senile; to be childish with ageUsually written using kana alone
  • さいきん最近
  • ものわす物忘れ
  • はげ激しくて
  • すこ少し
  • ボケて
  • きた
  • かな
Could I be going soft in the head? I forget things so easily these days.
Ichidan verb, Intransitive verb
2. to be mentally slow; to be befuddledUsually written using kana alone
Ichidan verb, Intransitive verb
3. to play stupid; to say something stupid (oft. on purpose; esp. as part of a comedic routine)Usually written using kana alone
Auxiliary verb, Ichidan verb
4. to become engrossed in; to become absorbed inOnly applies to ほうける, after -masu stem of verb
Other forms
惚ける 【ぼける】呆ける 【ほうける】惚ける 【ほうける】耄ける 【ほうける】ボケる
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Ichidan verb, Intransitive verb
1. to be faded; to be hazy; to be blurred; to be out of focusUsually written using kana alone
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Kanji — 3 found

7 strokes.
be amazed, disgusted, shocked
On: ホウ
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11 strokes. Jinmeiyō kanji.
fall in love with, admire, grow senile
On: コツ
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13 strokes.
halo, corona, fade
On: ウン
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Sentences — 5 found

  • jreibun/9004/2
    • ろくじゅうだい60代
    • こうはん後半
    • むか迎えた
    • ちち
    • は「ぼけてからでは
    • おそ遅い
    • 」と言って、毎日ぼけ
    • ぼうし防止
    • になると言われているサプリを飲んで、運動している。
    My father, now in his late 60s, says, “It’s too late for me to do anything once I get senile,” so he now takes supplements every day that are supposed to prevent dementia, and he also engages in routine exercise. Jreibun
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