Jisho

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Words — 3 found

Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
1. to hold in one's arms (e.g. a baby); to embrace; to hugFormal or literary term, See also 抱く だく
Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
2. to have (a thought or feeling); to hold; to harbour (suspicion, doubt, etc.); to harbor; to bear (a grudge, ill will, etc.); to entertain (hope, illusions, etc.); to cherish (e.g. an ambition)
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懐く 【いだく】
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Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
1. to hold in one's arms (e.g. a baby); to embrace; to hug
Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
2. to have sex with; to make love to; to sleep with
Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
3. to sit on (eggs); to brood
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Yodan verb with ku ending (archaic), Transitive verb
1. to hold in one's arms (e.g. a baby); to embrace; to hugArchaism
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懐く 【うだく】
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Kanji — 1 found

10.131220239177056
8 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
embrace, hug, hold in arms
On: ホウ
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Sentences — 86 found

  • 74605
      「ロミオ
    • ジュリエット」
    • かぞく家族
    • たが互いに
    • あくかんじょう悪感情
    • いだ抱いていた
    There was bad blood between the two families in "Romeo and Juliet". Tatoeba
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