Words — 72 found
1. to hold or carry under or in the arms
- You should grab your bag and hurry home.
2. to have (esp. problems, debts, etc.)
- The Union of South Africa has had racial problems in recent years.
3. to employ; to engage; to hire
- かかえ 。
- Young as he is, he has a large family to support.
1. to embrace; to hold in the arms (e.g. a baby); to hug
- That child felt secure in his mother's arms.
2. to harbour (e.g. grudge); to harbor; to bear; to have (e.g. ambition); to entertain (e.g. hope, suspicion)Only applies to いだく
- The experience prejudiced her in favor of the Democratic Party.
3. to have sex with; to make love to; to sleep withOnly applies to だく
4. to sit on eggsOnly applies to だく
抱く 【うだく】、懐く 【いだく】、懐く 【うだく】、抱く 【だく】
うだく: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage. うだく: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
1. patience; endurance
辛棒: Ateji (phonetic) reading.
1. to hug someone close; to hold someone tight; to embrace closely
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抱き締める 【だきしめる】、抱締める 【だきしめる】
1. to hold a thing in one's arms; to carry in one's arms; to embrace (e.g. a baby)
2. to take upon oneself; to be saddled with
かかえ込む 【かかえこむ】、抱えこむ 【かかえこむ】
1. in spite of; regardless ofUsually written using kana alone
関らず 【かかわらず】、拘わらず 【かかわらず】、関わらず 【かかわらず】
1. laughing oneself into convulsions; splitting one's sides laughing; rolling with laughterYojijukugo (four character compound)
1. to hug tight; to grasp firmly; to embrace tightly
1. hug; carrying in one's arms (a baby, pet, doll, etc.)Children's language
1. to hold in one's arms
2. to bring over a person to one's side; to involve
1. to roll around laughing; to fold up; to hold one's sides with laughter