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あなた, 貴方, 貴女, 貴男
Pronoun, Usually in kana, Polite, 貴女 refers only to females and 貴男 refers only to males
1. you (referring to someone of equal or lower status)
Only 貴方, Only 貴男
2. dear (what a wife calls a husband)
かなた, 彼方, あなた
Pronoun, Usually in kana
beyond, across, the other side, the distance
荷揚げ, にあげ
Takes suru
unloading, landing
瑠璃, 琉璃, るり
1. lapis lazuli
See 瑠璃色, Abbreviation
2. lapis lazuli (color)
See 吠瑠璃
3. beryl
See 小瑠璃, See 大瑠璃, See 瑠璃鶲
4. mall blue passerine bird (esp. the blue-and-white flycatcher and the Siberian blue robin, but also the red-flanked bluetail)
Obscure term
5. glass
Interjection, See うん・1
1. yes, yeah, uh huh
2. huh?, what?
Auxiliary verb, Suffix, See ぬ・1, negative verb ending used in informal speech; abbr. of negative verb ending ぬ
3. not
Particle, See の・1, See の・4, abbr. of particle の; indicates possessive
4. 's, of, belonging to
See に・1, abbr. of particle に, used esp. when it precedes the verb なる
5. at (place, time), in, on, during
, む
Auxiliary verb, Archaism, after a -nai stem
1. probably
2. will, intend to
3. would like to have done (for me)
, う,
Noun, used as a prefix
some (at the start of a number in place of a digit)
語派, ごは
branch of languages (i.e. Italic languages as a subset of Indo-European languages)
ある, 有る, 在る
Conjugated: ありません
Godan verb, Intransitive, See 居る・いる・1, Usually in kana, usu. of inanimate objects
1. to be, to exist, to live
2. to have
3. to be located
4. to be equipped with
5. to happen, to come about
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