しっshiateji

interjection:

  • shh!; sh! - used to silence someone
  • shoo! - used to drive off an approaching animal, etc.
しかりshikari

noun:

Kanji definition:

シツSHITSUシチSHICHIしかshika.ru

scold; reprove

Strokes:
5
Radical:
口 mouth
SKIP:
1-3-2
UTF:
53f1
JIS208:
28-24
Hangul:
질 [jil]
Pinyin:
chì
Stroke order:
Example words:
叱咤しったshitta
scolding; rebuke; reprimand; / fierce encouragement; exhorting
叱言こごとkogoto
scolding; fault-finding
叱り飛ばすしかりとばすshikaritobasu
to rebuke strongly; to tell off
叱り付けるしかりつけるshikaritsukeru
to rebuke; to scold harshly
叱責しっせきshisseki
reprimand; rebuke

Partial results:

しかるshikaru Inflection

godan ~る verb / transitive:

  • to scold; to chide; to rebuke; to reprimand

彼女kanojohawatashiwoしかるshikarunoto同じくらいonajikurainiよくyokuテリーTERIIwoしかるshikaru She scolds Terry about as often as she scolds me.

こごとkogotoirr.

noun:

  • scolding; fault-finding

奥さんokusannoがみがみgamigami小言kogotoniフレッドFUREDDOさんsanha大弱りのdaiyowarinokaradaであったdeatta Fred was very troubled by his wife's nagging.

しったshitta Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • scolding; rebuke; reprimand
  • fierce encouragement; exhorting 叱咤激励
しかりshikari

noun:

しっしっshisshiatejiatejiシッシッSHISSHI

interjection:

  • shh!; sh! - used to silence someone
  • shoo! - used to drive off animals, etc.
しったげきれいshittagekirei Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • giving a loud pep talk; encouraging (somebody) strongly in a loud voice - four character idiom
しかりとばすshikaritobasu Inflection

godan ~す verb / transitive:

  • to rebuke strongly; to tell off
しかりつけるshikaritsukeru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to rebuke; to scold harshly
しっせきshisseki Inflection

noun / ~する noun / ~の noun:

  • reprimand; rebuke

karehaそれsorewo叱責shissekino意味iminiとったtotta He took it for an implied rebuke.

しっせいshissei

noun:

  • pointing out errors; correction; critique

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