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座り, 坐り, すわり
1. sitting
2. stability
座る, 坐る, 据わる, 据る, すわる
Conjugated: 座り
Godan verb, Intransitive
1. to sit, to squat
2. to assume (a position)
esp. 据わる, 据る
3. to hold steady, to hold still
数人の学生がベンチに座り、昼食を食べていた。
座り込む, 座りこむ, 坐り込む, 坐りこむ, すわりこむ
Godan verb, Intransitive
to sit down (and refuse to move), to sit-in (in protest)
息を切らして座り込んだ。
座り, いすわり
remaining
座り込み, すわりこみ
Takes suru
sit-in (i.e. in protest)
座り, 御座り, おすわり
Takes suru, Children's language
1. sit down, sit up
2. Sit! (to a dog)
座り, すわりかた
ways of sitting
座り, すわりゆ
bath with (compartmentalized) ledges for sitting
座り心地, すわりごこち
level of comfort (of objects you sit on)
このいすはとても座りごこちがよい。
座り相撲, すわりずもう
Sumo term
wrestling performed in a sitting position
体育座り, たいいくずわり, たいいくすわり
sitting on the floor grasping one's knees (as in a gym class)
座り直す, すわりなおす
Godan verb, Intransitive
to reseat oneself, to correct one's posture
座りだこ, 座り胼胝, すわりだこ
See 正座・せいざ
calluses (on one's ankles, insteps, etc.) caused by sitting seiza
さんかくずわり, 三角座り, さんかくすわり
Takes suru, See 体育座り, Usually in kana, Dialect: Kansai-ben
sitting on the floor grasping one's knees (as in a gym class)
体操座り, たいそうずわり, たいそうすわり
See 体育座り・たいいくずわり
sitting on the floor grasping one's knees (as in a gym class)
座ります, ござります
Expression, See 御座います, Archaism, Polite
to be, to exist
うんこ座り, ウンコ座り, うんこずわり, ウンコずわり
Takes suru, Slang, Vulgar expression or word
squatting (usu. with elbows on knees)
で御座ります, でござります
Expression, See で御座います, Archaism, Polite, polite copula
be, is
ヤンキー座り, ヤンキー座, ヤンキーすわり, ヤンキーずわり
Takes suru
squatting (usu. with elbows on knees)
座り, 横坐り, よこずわり
Takes suru
sitting with one's legs out to one side
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