Words — 133 found
1. to go mad; to lose one's mind; to go crazy; to go insane
- ちが 。
- He must be crazy to talk like that.
2. to get out of order; to go amiss; to malfunction; to become imprecise
- とけい 、
- Does your watch keep good time?
3. to go wrong (of a plan or expectation, etc.); to fall through; to get mixed up
- お 、
- A lot of things happened and my schedule was messed up.
4. to go crazy (over someone or something); to get enthusiastic; to go wild
- くる 。
- He is mad about tennis.
Common word Links
1. wild enthusiasm; being crazy about
2. FanaticismFanaticism is a belief or behavior involving uncritical z... Read more
1. unexpected result; upset; surprise
2. UpsetAn upset occurs in a competition, frequently in electoral... Read more
1. madness; madmanSensitive, Usually written using kana alone
2. enthusiast; freak; junkieUsually written using kana alone
気狂い 【きちがい】、基地外 【きちがい】、既知外 【きちがい】、キチガイ
基地外: Irregular kanji usage. 既知外: Irregular kanji usage.
1. frantically; maddeningly; to distraction
- I almost went crazy with fear.
1. (some type of) enthusiast
- He's quite crazy about golfing.
2. someone possessed of a (certain kind of) mental abnormality
1. totally unexpected result; stunning upsetSee also 番狂わせ
- おおばんくる 。
- It was a big upset when Hingis was eliminated in the first round.
1. to rampage; to run wild; to go berserk; to run amok
2. to be violent (waves, wind, etc.); to be rough
1. accurate; flawless; perfectly ordered; without deviationSee also 寸分 すんぶん
- Flawless precision is required in the measurements.
1. to drive mad; to upset; to disturb; to confuse
- くる 。
- She drives me mad.
2. to cause a malfunction; to throw out of kilter; to put out of order; to derail; to detune (e.g. instrument)
1. madness; insanity
2. irregularity; deviation; being out of order
- He has an unerring eye.
3. fanaticism; fanatic; enthusiast; nutusu. pronounced ぐるい as a suffix