Jisho

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Noun
1. etiquette; good mannersYojijukugo (four character compound)
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ぎょう 行儀
Expression, Suru verb - irregular
1. to behave well; to mind one's mannersSee also 行儀
    ジム
  • ぎょうぎ行儀よくして
  • くれた
  • なら
  • なあ
  • I wish Jim would behave himself.
Other forms
行儀良くする 【ぎょうぎよくする】
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ぎょうなら 行儀見習
Noun
1. learning good manners through apprenticeship (to an upper-class family)Yojijukugo (four character compound)
Other forms
行儀見習 【ぎょうぎみならい】
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Kanji — 2 found

0.11631710951982843
6 strokes. JLPT N5. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 2.
going, journey, carry out, conduct, act, line, row, bank
On: コウ ギョウ アン
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4.297917196757662
15 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
ceremony, rule, affair, case, a matter
On:
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Sentences — 66 found

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    • ははおや母親
    • むすこ息子
    • ぎょうぎ行儀
    • わる悪さ
    • きまり
    • わる悪い
    • おも思い
    • した
    The mother was embarrassed at her son's bad manners. Tatoeba
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Names — 2 found

ゆきのり 【行儀】
Unclassified name
1. Yukinori
ぎょうぎまつ 【行儀松】
Place
1. Gyougimatsu