Words — 26 found
1. to be crowded; to be packed
- The roads are very crowded at this time of the day.
2. to be complexSee also 手の込んだ
3. to go into; to put into; to remain (seated); to be plunged into (silence); to do thoroughlyOnly applies to 込む
4. to do intentlyOnly applies to 込む
5. to continue in the same stateOnly applies to 込む
混む 【こむ】、籠む 【こむ】、篭む 【こむ】
籠む: Irregular kanji usage. 篭む: Irregular kanji usage.
1. to load (a gun, etc.); to charge
2. to put into (e.g. emotion, effort)
3. to include (e.g. tax in a sales price)
4. to hang over; to shroud; to enshroud; to envelop; to screenSee also 立ち込める
籠める 【こめる】、篭める 【こめる】、罩める 【こめる】
罩める: Out-dated kanji.
1. to shut oneself in (e.g. one's room); to be confined in; to seclude oneself; to hide away; to stay inside (one's shell)Usually written using kana alone
- か 。
- He often shuts himself up in the study and writes things like this.
2. to be filled with (emotion, enthusiasm, etc.)Usually written using kana alone
- He sent me an affectionate letter.
3. to fill the room (of a gas, smell, etc.); to be heavy with (e.g. smoke); to be stuffy; to be denseUsually written using kana alone
4. to be muffled (e.g. voice)Usually written using kana alone
5. to hold (a castle, fortress, etc.)Usually written using kana alone
6. to confine oneself in a temple to prayUsually written using kana alone
籠る 【こもる】、篭る 【こもる】、隠る 【こもる】、篭もる 【こもる】
1. gauntlet (used in Kendo); bracer; fencing glove
2. Gauntlet (glove)Gauntlet /ˈɡɔːntlɪt/ is a name for several different styl... Read more
篭手 【こて】、小手 【こて】
1. woven-bamboo pattern
2. Kagome latticeA kagome lattice is an arrangement of laths composed of i... Read more
1. caged bird
2. person whose freedom has been restricted (esp. a prostitute, mistress, concubine, etc.)
篭の鳥 【かごのとり】、かごの鳥 【かごのとり】
1. holding a castle (during a siege); holing up
2. confinement (to one's home); staying at home; staying indoors
篭城 【ろうじょう】、ろう城 【ろうじょう】
1. strategy of holing oneself up in a castle (house, building)Yojijukugo (four character compound)
1. kagome kombu (Saccharina sculpera)Usually written using kana alone
1. means of cajolement (trickery)Yojijukugo (four character compound)