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いける, イケる
Conjugated: いけなかった
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, from 行ける
1. to be good (at), to go well
2. to look (taste, etc.) good
3. to hold one's liquor, to be able to hold one's drink
生ける, 活ける, いける
Conjugated: いけなかった
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to arrange (flowers), to plant
Only 生ける, Noun or verb acting prenominally
2. living, live
彼女は花を生けるのが好きです。
埋ける, いける
Conjugated: いけなかった
Ichidan verb
1. to bury something in the ground
2. to cover coals with ash, to bank a fire
いく, 行く, 逝く, 往く, ゆく
Conjugated: いけなかった
Godan verb, Intransitive, See 来る・くる・1
1. to go, to move (in a direction or towards a specific location), to head (towards), to be transported (towards), to reach
See 旨く行く, い sometimes omitted in auxiliary use
2. to proceed, to take place
3. to pass through, to come and go
4. to walk
Only 逝く
5. to die, to pass away
お母さん、泳ぎに行ってもいい。
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)
じゃない, じゃ無い, ぢゃ無い, ぢゃない
Expression, Usually in kana, from ではない
1. is not, am not, are not
2. isn't it?
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