TAKOBOTO

Japanese dictionary & Nihongo learning tool. Use it online here or download an offline app
Search a Japanese or English word using kanji, kana or romaji:
あの, 彼の, あん
Pre-noun adjectival (rentaishi), See どの, See この・1, See その・1, Usually in kana, someone or something distant from both speaker and listener, or situation unfamiliar to both speaker and listener
that, those, the
あのおいしいワインをなぜ飲まないんだい。
かの, 彼の, 彼
Pre-noun adjectival (rentaishi), See 彼の・あの, Usually in kana
that well-known ...
あのおいしいワインをなぜ飲まないんだい。
あの人, 彼の, あのひと
Pronoun, sometimes of one's spouse or partner
1. he, she, that person
Archaism
2. you
冗談じゃないよ。あの人は私同様医者なんかじゃないよ。
あの方, 彼の, あのかた
Pronoun, Honorific or respectful
that gentleman, that lady, he, she
あの方たちに大変うれしいです。
彼の, かの地, かのち
there, that place
彼の, かのきし
See 彼岸・3, Archaism
nirvana
あのさん, 彼のさん
Pronoun, Honorific or respectful, Usually in kana, Archaism
1. that person (mainly used in red light districts)
2. you
各人に彼のものを, かくじんにかれのものを
Expression, Proverb
to each his own, may all get their due, suum cuique
あの世, 彼の, あのよ
the other world, world of the dead, netherworld
村人たちは、あの世があると思っていた。
かの国, 彼の, かのくに
1. that country
Archaism
2. nirvana
あの子, 彼の, あの娘, 彼の, あのこ
Pronoun, 娘 only for females
1. that girl, that kid
See 禿・3, Archaism
2. you (mainly used by a brothel owner or senior prostitutes when addressing servant girls)
あのよう, あの様, 彼の
NA-adjective, Usually in kana
such, like that, in that way
彼女はあのような時代をやっと生きてきた。
あの世千日この世一日, 彼の世千日此の世一日, あのよせんにちこのよいちにち
Expression, Proverb
a day in life is better than a thousand days in the afterlife, better one day in this world than a thousand in the next
The words and kanji on this web site come from the amazing dictionary files JMDict, EDICT and KANJIDIC. These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group , and are used in conformance with the Group's licence. The example sentences come from the projects Tatoeba and Tanaka Corpus. Kanji search by radicals is based on the Kradfile2 and Kradfile-u files containing radical decomposition of 13108 Japanese characters. Many thanks to all the people involved in those projects!