Words — 17 found
1. to be seen; to be in sight
- くだ 、
- The man on whom you see the Spirit come down and remain is he who will baptize with the Holy Spirit.
2. to look; to seem; to appear
- み 。
- The map on page 11 looks very strange. Turn it upside down. Then it becomes a familiar map to you.
3. to comeHonorific or respectful (sonkeigo)
- A gentleman called in your absence, sir.
1. to be transparent; to be easily seen through; to be obvious; to be apparent
Common word Links
1. appearing and disappearing; slipping in and out of view
見えかくれ 【みえかくれ】、見え隠れ 【みえがくれ】、見えがくれ 【みえがくれ】
1. coming into and out of sightSee also 見え隠れ
- い 。
- The steamer wound in and out among the islands.
1. to be pretentious; to put on airs; to show off
見栄をはる 【みえをはる】、見えを張る 【みえをはる】、見えをはる 【みえをはる】
1. to have an audience; to meet; to seeHumble (kenjougo)
2. to face (an enemy); to confront
3. to serve (esp. as one's wife)
謁える: Irregular kanji usage.
1. hard to see; indistinct; obscure; illegibleSee also 見づらい みづらい