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彼れ
Readings

are

a

Reading restricted to 彼
Out-dated or obsolete kana usage
English
Pronoun
See also: 何れ・1
See also: 此れ・1
See also: 其れ・1
Usually written using kana alone
that (indicating something distant from both speaker and listener (in space, time or psychologically), or something understood without naming it directly)

Pronoun
used to refer to one's equals or inferiors
that person

Pronoun
Archaism
over there

Meaning restricted to あれ
Noun (futsuumeishi)
Colloquialism
down there (i.e. one's genitals)

Meaning restricted to あれ
Noun (futsuumeishi)
Colloquialism
period, menses

Interjection (kandoushi)
Usually written using kana alone
expression of surprise, suspicion, etc.
hey, huh?, eh?

Grammar
これ(此・是・之・惟)、それ(其), あれ(彼): this, that, the other
Kanjis
ON: KUN: かれ, かの, か.の
he, that, the

Stroke: 8 JLPT: N2 SKIP: 1-3-5 FC: 2424.4


Phrases
あれなら絶対大丈夫!
Parts: (あれ) なら (ならば) 絶対 (ぜったい) 大丈夫 (だいじょうぶ)
Yeah, she must be the sure thing!

あれがこの町の大通りだ。
Parts: (あれ) 此の (この) (まち) 大通り (おおどおり)
That is the main street of this city.

彼のスイングは実に見事だ。
Parts: (かれ) スイング (スウィング) 実に (じつに) 見事 (みごと)
He has a perfect swing.

私の前の彼はポルトガル育ちでした。
Parts: (わたし) (まえ) (かれ) 葡萄牙 (ポルトガル) 育ち (そだち)
My ex-boyfriend was brought up in Portugal.

毎朝朝食をとっている間、彼の犬は彼をじっと見つめていた。
Parts: 毎朝 (まいあさ) 朝食 (ちょうしょく) 摂る (とっている) (あいだ) (かれ) (いぬ) (かれ) 凝乎と (じっと) 見つめる (みつめる)
His dog stared at him every morning while he had his breakfast.

「あれ?恵子は?」「今日は三者面談だから遅れるって」
Parts: (あれ) 今日 (きょう) 三者面談 (さんしゃめんだん) から 遅れる (おくれる) って (て)
"Eh? Where's Keiko?" "Said she's got a parent and child meeting so she'll be late."
"Oh? Where's Keiko?" "She said that she has a teacher, parent and child meeting so she'll be late."

アレが痛いんですよ、アレが。んー、何て言うの?コーガン?とにかく、男性の大事なものです。
Parts: (あれ) 痛い (いたい) のだ (んです) (あれ) 何て (なんて) 言う (いう) 睾丸 (コーガン) 兎に角 (とにかく) 男性 (だんせい) 大事 (だいじ) (もの)
Down there hurts, down there. Er, what do you call them? Testicles? In any case a male's 'important parts'.

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