おなかonaka

noun:

  • belly; abdomen; stomach - polite language

いいえiie結構kekkouですdesuお腹onakaga一杯ですからdesukara No, thank you. I've had enough.

Kanji definition:

フクFUKUはらhara

abdomen; belly; stomach

Strokes:
13
Radical:
肉⺼月 meat
SKIP:
1-4-9
UTF:
8179
JIS208:
42-2
Hangul:
복 [bog]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
はらhara
abdomen; belly; stomach; / womb; / one's mind; one's real intentions; one's true motive; / courage; nerve; willpower; / generosity; magnanimity; / feelings; emotions; / wide middle part; bulging part; / inside; interior; inner part; / anti-node; / counter for hard roe; / counter for containers with bulging middles (pots, vases, etc.)
裏腹うらはらurahara
opposite; reverse; contrary
空腹くうふくkuufuku
empty stomach; hunger
満腹まんぷくmanpuku
full stomach; filling one's stomach; eating one's fill; / complete; total; full; heartfelt; sincere
お腹おなかonaka
belly; abdomen; stomach

Partial results:

おなかのこonakanoko

expression:

  • child one is expecting; child in one's womb
おなかいっぱいonakaippai

expression:

  • full up - colloquialism
  • to have had enough of something (both good and bad nuance)
おなかがすくonakagasuku Inflection

expression / godan ~く verb:

  • to become hungry; to get an empty stomach
おなかをこわすonakawokowasu Inflection

expression / godan ~す verb:

  • to get an upset stomach; to have diarrhea
おなかピーピーonakaPIIPII

noun:

  • weak stomach; non-stop diarrhea - Ōsaka dialect
おなかをすかすonakawosukasu Inflection

expression / godan ~す verb:

おなかをすかせるonakawosukaseru Inflection

expression / ichidan verb:

  • to feel hungry; to get hungry
おなかがへるonakagaheru Inflection

expression / godan ~る verb:

  • to become hungry

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