Jisho

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Words — 30 found

I-adjective
1. suspicious; dubious; doubtful; dodgy; suspicious (referring to a potential amorous relation); dangerous (e.g. financial situation); ominous (e.g. weather); strange; shady; fishyOnly applies to 怪しい
  • そらもよう空模様
  • あや怪しい
  • The sky looks angry.
2. charming; bewitching; mysteriousSee also いろっぽい
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妖しい 【あやしい】
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Noun, No-adjective
1. fairy; sprite; elf
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Noun
1. ghost; apparition; phantom; spectre; specter; demon; monster; goblin
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2. Yōkaiare a class of supernatural monsters in Japanese folklore... Read more
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Na-adjective, Noun
1. fascinating; voluptuous; bewitching
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妖婉 【ようえん】
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Noun
1. tooth fairy
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Noun
1. mythological fox spirit
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Noun
1. ghostly, beautiful woman
2. ghost of a beautiful woman
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Noun, Suru verb
1. confusing people
2. magic
3. ghost, monster, etc., the true identity of which is unknown
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Noun
1. tricksters; deceivers; fey creatures; monsters; goblinsYojijukugo (four character compound)
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Noun
1. natural disasterArchaism, See also 天変地異
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天変地妖 【てんぺんちよう】
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Noun
1. spirit power; magical powerObscure term
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妖力 【ようりき】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. (animal making a) monstrous apparitionYojijukugo (four character compound)
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Kanji — 1 found

57.111700774235764
7 strokes. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
attractive, bewitching, calamity
On: ヨウ
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