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Words — 47 found

I-adjective (keiyoushi)
1. lonely; lonesome; solitary; desolate
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寂しい 【さみしい】淋しい 【さびしい】淋しい 【さみしい】
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Noun, Na-adjective (keiyodoshi)
1. silence; stillness; quietness
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Godan verb with ru ending, Intransitive verb
1. to miss someone; to miss something; to feel lonelySee also 寂しい, See also がる
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淋しがる 【さびしがる】
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さび
Noun
1. lonely person; someone who easily succumbs to lonelinessSee also 寂しん坊
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淋しがり屋 【さびしがりや】
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Noun
1. patina; antique look
Noun
2. elegant simplicity
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3. well-trained voice
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Noun
1. silence; stillness; quietnessFormal or literary term, Usually written using kana alone
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黙 【しじま】
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Noun
1. wabi-sabi; aesthetic sense in Japanese art centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfectionUsually written using kana alone
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侘寂 【わびさび】詫び寂び 【わびさび】ワビサビ
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詫び寂び: Irregular kanji usage.
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Noun, Suru verb, Intransitive verb
1. death of a priest; nirvana; spiritual liberty
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I-adjective (keiyoushi)
1. lonely
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もの寂しい 【ものさびしい】物淋しい 【ものさびしい】もの淋しい 【ものさびしい】
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ふところさび
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), I-adjective (keiyoushi)
1. strapped for cash; hard up
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懐が淋しい 【ふところがさびしい】
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Na-adjective (keiyodoshi), Noun
1. quiet; peaceful; tranquil
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Na-adjective (keiyodoshi), Noun
1. quiet; sequestered
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Noun
1. harmony, respect, purity and tranquility; the four most important elements of the tea ceremonyYojijukugo (four character compound)
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和敬静寂 【わけいせいじゃく】
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和敬静寂: Irregular kanji usage.
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'taru' adjective, Adverb taking the 'to' particle
1. silent and still; desolate
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闃寂 【げきじゃく】
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Noun, Suru verb, Intransitive verb
1. death of a high-ranking priestBuddhism
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'taru' adjective, Adverb taking the 'to' particle
1. sad; lonesome; desolate
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寂々 【じゃくじゃく】寂々 【さびさび】寂寂 【せきせき】寂寂 【じゃくじゃく】寂寂 【さびさび】
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くちさび
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), I-adjective (keiyoushi)
1. craving for food, a cigarette, etc.; longing to have something in one's mouthSee also 口寂しい
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口が寂しい 【くちがさみしい】口が淋しい 【くちがさびしい】口が淋しい 【くちがさみしい】
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I-adjective (keiyoushi)
1. craving for food, a cigarette, etc.; longing to have something in one's mouth
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口寂しい 【くちざみしい】口寂しい 【くちさみしい】口淋しい 【くちざみしい】口淋しい 【くちさみしい】
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Kanji — 1 found

9.299552906110284
11 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
loneliness, quietly, mellow, mature, death of a priest
On: ジャク セキ
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