俯: to look down

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俯 fǔ

verb
: to look down; to stoop

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俯す | ふす fusu

su verb [precursor to the modern suru]
: to lower (one’s head, gaze, etc.)

俯せ OR うつ伏せ | うつぶせ utsubuse

noun | no-adjective
: lying on one’s face; upside-down

俯く | うつむく utsumuku

godan verb with ku ending
: to hang one’s head in shame; to look downward; to cast one’s eyes down

俯す | うつぶす utsubusu

godan verb with su ending
: to lie with one’s face on the ground;
: (Archaism) to lower (one’s head, gaze, etc.)

俯け | うつむけ utsumuke

noun
: lying face down; upside down; prone

俯せる | うつぶせる utsubuseru

ichidan verb | transitive verb
: to lie face-down

伏せる | ふせる fuseru

ichidan verb | transitive verb
:to lay something upside down; to turn something over; to cover; to lay (pipes); to lay (an ambush); to hid

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附: to add; adhere to

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附 fù

verb
: to add
: to attach; to be close to
: to be attached

Kun Reading

附す | ふす fusu

godan verb with su ending | transitive verb
: to affix; to append; to attach
: to entrust; to refer; to handle (as such)
: to follow (the leader)
: to submit (a document, etc.)

附ける OR 付ける | つける tsukeru

godan verb with su ending | transitive verb
: to attach; to join; to add; to append; to affix; to stick; to glue; to fasten; to sew on; to apply (ointment)
: to furnish (a house with)
: to wear; to put on
: to keep a diary; to make an entry
: to appraise; to set (a price)
: to bring alongside
: to place (under guard or doctor)
: to follow; to shadow
: to load; to give (courage to)
: to keep (an eye on)
: to establish (relations or understanding)
: to turn on (light)

附する | ふする fusuru

suru verb – special class | transitive verb
: to affix; to append; to attach
: to entrust; to refer; to handle (as such)
: to follow (the leader)
: to submit (a document, etc.)

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付: hand over

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付 fù

verb
: to pay; to hand over to
: give, deliver, pay
: entrust
: measure word for pairs or sets of things

Kun Reading

付 | づけ zuke

noun suffix
: dated (e.g. a letter); date of effect (e.g. a rule change)

付き | つき tsuki

noun | noun suffix
: furnished with; including
: attached to
: impression; appearance
: (Usually written using kana alone) luck
: sociality; under; assistant (e.g. to a manager)
: soup base

付け | つけ tsuke

noun
: fixed
: bill; bill of sale
: tab (for later payment); credit

付く | つく tsuku

godan verb with ku ending | intransitive verb
: to be attached; to be connected with; to adhere; to stick; to cling
: to remain imprinted; to scar; to stain; to dye
: to bear (fruit, interest, etc.)
: to be acquired (of a habit, ability, etc.); to increase (of strength, etc.)
: to take root
: to accompany; to attend; to follow; to study with
: to side with; to belong to
: to possess; to haunt
: to be lit; to be lighted
: to be settled; to be resolved; to be decided
: to be given (of a name, price, etc.)
: to be sensed; to be perceived
: to be lucky
: (after -masu stems, onomatopoeic and mimetic words) to become (a state, condition, etc.)

付ける | つける tsukeru

ichidan verb | transitive verb
: to attach; to join; to add; to append; to affix; to stick; to glue; to fasten; to sew on; to apply (ointment)
: to furnish (a house with)
: to wear; to put on
: to keep a diary; to make an entry
: to appraise; to set (a price)
: to bring alongside
: to place (under guard or doctor)
: to follow; to shadow
: to load; to give (courage to)
: to keep (an eye on)
: to establish (relations or understanding)
: to turn on (light)

付く | づく zuku

suffix | godan verb with ku ending
: to become (a state, condition, etc.)

付す | ふす fusu

godan verb with su ending | transitive verb
: to affix; to append; to attach
: to entrust; to refer; to handle (as such)
: to follow (the leader)
: to submit (a document, etc.)

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神: spirit; god

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神 shén

noun | adjective
: deity; soul; spirit
: unusual; mysterious
: lively; expressive; expression
: look
: (slang) awesome; amazing
: God; abbr. for 神舟

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神 | かみ kami

noun
: god; deity; divinity; spirit; kami

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神 | しん shin OR じん jin

noun
: spirit; psyche
: god; deity; divinity; kami

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迎: to welcome

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迎 yíng

verb
: to welcome
: to meet; to face
: to forge ahead (esp. in the face of difficulties)

Kun Reading

迎え OR 迎い | むかえ mukae OR むかい mukai

noun
: meeting; greeting; welcome

迎える | むかえる mukaeru

ichidan verb | transitive verb
: to go out to meet;
: to receive; to welcome;
: to accept (e.g. as a member of a group or family);
: to call for; to summon; to invite;
: to approach (a certain time, a point in one’s life, etc.)

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ゲイ gei

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昂: to lift; to raise

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昂 áng


: to lift; to raise
: to raise one’s head; proud, bold
: high; high spirits; soaring
: expensive

Kun Reading

昂り OR 高ぶり | たかぶり takaburi

noun
: excitement; stimulation; agitation; arousal
: pride; haughtiness; arrogance

昂る OR 高ぶる | たかぶる takaburu

godan verb with ru ending | intransitive verb
: to be highly strung; to be proud; to be haughty
: to get excited; to get worked up

昂じる OR 高じる OR 昂ずる OR 高ずる | こうじる koujiru OR こうずる kouzuru

ichidan verb | intransitive verb | zuru verb
: to grow in intensity; to be aggravated; to get worse; to develop

高い | たかい takai

adjective
: high; tall
: expensive

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コウ kou、 ゴウ gou

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鹿: deer

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鹿 lù

noun | radical
: deer
: family name

Kun Reading

鹿 | しか shika OR か ka

noun
: deer (esp. the sika deer, Cervus nippon)

鹿 | しし shishi

noun
: (Archaism) beast (esp. one used for its meat, such as a boar or a deer)
: (Abbreviation) hunting (of animals such as boar, deer, etc.)

鹿 | かのしし kanoshishi

noun
: deer meat
: (Archaism) deer

鹿 | しかにく shikaniku

noun
: deer meat

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鹿 | ろく roku


: deer (esp. the sika deer, Cervus nippon)

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