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Words — 8 found

Adverb
1. more and more; increasinglyArchaism, See also 愈々 いよいよ
2. extremely; veryArchaism, Only applies to いや
Other forms
弥 【いよ】弥 【よ】弥 【いよよ】愈 【いよよ】
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うえ
Adverb
1. all the more
Other forms
弥が上にも 【いやがうえにも】嫌が上にも 【いやがうえにも】
Notes
嫌が上にも: Irregular kanji usage.
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Noun
1. third month of the lunar calendarObsolete term
2. thick growth (of grass, etc.)Archaism, Only applies to いやおい
3. Yayoi period (ca. 300 BCE-300 CE); Yayoi cultureSee also 弥生時代
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弥生 【いやおい】
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うえ
Expression, Adverb
1. even more; all the moreSee also いやが上にも, usu. as いやが上にも
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弥が上に 【いやがうえに】嫌が上に 【いやがうえに】
Notes
嫌が上に: Irregular kanji usage.
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Godan verb with su ending, intransitive verb
1. to increase (all the more)
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いや増す 【いやます】
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Noun
1. second cousinUsually written using kana alone, Archaism, See also 再従兄弟
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弥従姉妹 【いやいとこ】
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Godan verb with ru ending, intransitive verb
1. to become still greater
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Noun
1. prosperity; prospering; flourishing
2. best of luck; all the best; hurray; hoorahSee also 万歳 ばんざい
Other forms
弥栄 【やさか】彌榮 【いやさか】彌榮 【やさか】
Notes
彌榮: Out-dated kanji. 彌榮: Out-dated kanji.
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Kanji — 1 found

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8 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
all the more, increasingly
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Names — 12 found

いやさかたいら 【弥栄平】
Place
1. Iyasakataira
いやしげ 【弥重】
Family or surname, Given name, gender not specified
1. Iyashige
いやたにやま 【弥谷山】
Unclassified name
1. Iyataniyama
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