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あれ, 彼, 彼れ, あ
Pronoun, See 何れ・1, See 此れ・1, See 其れ・1, Usually in kana
1. that (indicating something distant from both speaker and listener (in space, time or psychologically), or something understood without naming it directly)
used to refer to one's equals or inferiors
2. that person
Archaism
3. over there
Only あれ, Colloquialism
4. down there (i.e. one's genitals)
5. period, menses
あれなら絶対大丈夫!
荒れる, あれ
Conjugated: あれ
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
1. to be stormy, to be rough
2. to be rough (of skin), to be chapped
3. to be ruined, to fall into ruin
4. to be in a bad temper, to lose one's temper
海はますます荒れてきた。
荒れ, あれ
stormy weather, tempest, chaps (of skin)
, 吾, 吾れ, 我れ, われ, わ, あれ, あ, わぬ, わろ
Pronoun
1. I, me
Only われ, Only わ
2. oneself
Archaism
3. you
Prefix, also 和
4. prefix indicating familiarity or contempt
彼も人なり我も人なり。
Particle, pronounced わ in modern Japanese
1. topic marker particle
2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
3. adds emphasis
なのです, なんです
Auxiliary, See のです, Polite
it is assuredly that ..., can say with confidence that ...
彼のフランス語との最初の出会いなのです。
Particle, used at sentence-end; indicates a question (sometimes rhetorical)
1. yes?, no?, isn't it?, is it?
after each alternative
2. or, whether or not
See 何か・1, after an interrogative
3. some- (e.g. something, someone)
indicates doubt, uncertainty, etc.; sometimes after other particles
4. hmm, huh
Prefix, See か弱い, emphatic prefix; usu. before an adjective
5. very
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