Partial results:

あきるakiruirr. Inflection

ichidan verb / auxiliary verb / intransitive verb:

  • to get tired of; to lose interest in; to be fed up with; to have enough

ただtada毎日mainichidatoさすがにsasugani飽きるakiruだろうdarouもっとmotto料理ryourinoバリエーションBARIEESHONwo増やさfuyasaないとnaito It's just if we have it every day we're bound to get fed up with it. I must increase the variety of my cooking.

けんたいkentai Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • languor; fatigue; weariness; boredom

オルダス・ハックスリーORUDASU/HAKKUSURIIga人間ningennoもっともmottomo危険なkikenna条件joukendato考えたkangaetanoha倦怠kentaiであったdeatta It was boredom that Aldous Huxley considered one of the most dangerous human conditions.

あぐむagumuうむumuあぐむagumu Inflection

godan ~む verb / intransitive verb:

  • to get tired of (doing); to lose interest in
あくaku Inflection

godan ~く verb / intransitive verb:

  • to tire of; to lose interest in - archaism 飽きる
  • to be satisfied; to enjoy
  • to do adequately - after the -masu stem of a verb
うみつかれるumitsukareru Inflection

ichidan verb:

  • to grow weary; to get tired of
けんえんken'en Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • weariness
あぐねるaguneru Inflection

ichidan verb:

  • to tire of; to lose interest in; to be too much for one; to find unmanageable; to be beyond one's control; to not know what to do with


  • physical weariness; sense of fatigue; washed-out feeling


  • stage of ennui (esp. in one's married life); period of lassitude; lethargic period; rut

倦怠期kentaikiらしいrashiiですdesu It seems that they're bored of married life.

けんぱいkenpai Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • extreme fatigue


  • tirelessly; perseveringly; without letting up

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