Words — 23 found
1. to call out (to); to call; to invoke
- よ 、
- He will come if you call him.
2. to summon (a doctor, etc.)
- い 。
- You invited me to your party, but I can't make it this time.
3. to invite
- たず 。
- "Are you sure you want to call the police?" I asked her.
4. to designate; to name; to brand
- よ 。
- This movie has won great popularity.
5. to garner (support, etc.); to gather
- You will be called Cephas.
6. to take as one's wifeArchaism, See also 娶る
喚ぶ: Rarely-used kanji form.
1. to summon; to call (e.g. phone); to convene; to decoy; to lure
- Please call him to the telephone.
2. to invoke (e.g. subroutine); to call; to open (e.g. a file)Computing
- The contents of the four registers are preserved by the called subroutine.
呼びだす 【よびだす】、呼出す 【よびだす】、喚び出す 【よびだす】
1. to shout; to cry; to scream; to clamourUsually written using kana alone
叫く: Rarely-used kanji form.
1. to wake (someone) up (by calling for them); to awaken
2. to call (to mind); to bring back (memories); to evoke; to arouse (e.g. interest)
- War arouses the animal in man.
呼び起す 【よびおこす】、呼起こす 【よびおこす】、呼起す 【よびおこす】、喚び起こす 【よびおこす】、喚び起す 【よびおこす】
1. summons; summonsing; citation; subpoena; arraigning; calling; summoning
1. agonizing cries; pandemonium; two of Buddhism's hellsYojijukugo (four character compound)