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, いた
1. board, plank
2. sheet (of metal), plate (of glass), pane, slab
See 俎板
3. cutting board, chopping board
See 板前・1, See 板場・いたば・2, Abbreviation, usu. as 板さん
4. chef (esp. of high-end Japanese cuisine), cook
5. stage (i.e. at a theatre)
, いた
ouch, ow, that hurt
, いた.る
climax, arrive, proceed, reach, attain, result in
ロウ, ろう.する, いたわ.る, いた.ずき, ねぎら, つか.れる, ねぎら.う
labor, thank for, reward for, toil, trouble
トウ, いた.る
arrival, proceed, reach, attain, result in
ソウ, ショウ, い.る, いた.める
broil, parch, roast, fry
テキ, みち, みちび.く, すす.む, いた.る
edify, way, path
, ショ, いた, まないた
altar of sacrifice, chopping board
ドウ, トウ, いた.む
painful, fearful
, いた.す
doth, do, send, forward, cause, exert, incur, engage
トウ, うず.く, いた.む
ache, pain, tingle, fester
サン, ザン, みじ.め, いた.む, むご.い
wretched, disaster, cruelty, harsh
トウ, いた.む
lament, grieve over
ソク, セキ, いた.む, うれ.える, みうち
grieve, relatives
ソク, ショク, いた.む
be sad
ロウ, ろう.する, いたわ.る, いた.ずき, ねぎら.う, つか.れる, ねぎら.い
thank for, reward for
ショウ, きず, いた.む, いた.める
wound, hurt, injure, impair, pain, injury, cut, gash, scar, weak point
ソウ, いたま.しい, いた.む
sad, pathetic
ヨウ, チョウ, ソウ, ジョウ, や.く, いた.める, ゆ.でる
to fry in fat or oil, to scald, to seethe, to boil
ケイ, ゲイ, けい.する, まい.る, いた.る, もう.でる
visit a temple, arrive, attain
いる, 居る
Conjugated: いた
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, See 在る・1, Usually in kana
1. to be (of animate objects), to exist
2. to stay
Auxiliary verb, after the -te form of a verb; indicates continuing action or state
3. to be ...-ing, to have been ...-ing
射る, いる
Conjugated: いた
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to shoot (arrow, bolt, dart)
鋳る, 鑄る, いる
Conjugated: いた
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to cast, to mint, to coin
いる, 癒る
Conjugated: いた
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, See 腹が居る, Usually in kana, Archaism, usu. as 腹がいる
to calm down
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