Jisho

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Words — 21 found

Noun, Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
1. mourning
Noun
2. calamity; misfortuneArchaism, Only applies to も
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3. MourningMourning is, in the simplest sense, synonymous with grief... Read more
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喪 【そう】
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Godan verb with u ending, Transitive verb
1. to lose
  • ミス
  • ざいさん財産
  • うしな失った
  • My mistake cost me my fortune.
Godan verb with u ending, Transitive verb
2. to miss (a chance, opportunity)
Godan verb with u ending, Transitive verb
3. to lose (a loved one); to be bereaved of
Godan verb with u ending, Transitive verb
4. to concede (goals, points, etc.)
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喪う 【うしなう】
Notes
喪う: Irregular kanji usage.
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1. unpopular man; man who isn't well-liked by womenSlang, See also 喪女 もじょ
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喪男 【もお】喪男 【もだん】
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1. funeral
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2. mourning etiquetteRare, Only applies to 喪礼
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喪礼 【そうれい】
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1. funeral accessories; funeral items; funeral paraphernalia
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喪具 【そうぐ】
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Noun
1. unpopular woman; woman who isn't well-liked by menSlang, See also 喪男 もおとこ
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喪女 【もおんな】
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Noun, Suru verb, Intransitive verb
1. absent-mindedness; stupor; stupefaction; abstraction; being stunned
Noun, Suru verb, Intransitive verb
2. fainting
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喪心 【そうしん】
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ふく
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Suru verb - special class
1. to go into mourningSee also 喪に服す もにふくす
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with su ending
1. to go into mourning
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Kanji — 1 found

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12 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
miss, mourning
Kun:
On: ソウ
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Sentences — 7 found

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    • 見つけた
    • ぼく
    • です
    • いしき意識
    • うしな喪っていた
    • ので
    • ほけんしつ保健室
    • はこ運びました
    It was I who found her. She'd lost consciousness so I carried her to the infirmary. Tatoeba
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Names — 4 found

もやま 【喪山】
Place
1. Moyama
もとき 【喪樹】
Female given name
1. Motoki
もとは 【喪羽】
Female given name
1. Motoha
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