mo

noun / ~の noun:

  • mourning

Kanji definition:

ソウSOUmo

miss; mourning

Strokes:
12
Radical:
口 mouth
SKIP:
2-2-11
UTF:
55aa
JIS208:
33-51
Hangul:
상 [sang]
Pinyin:
sāng / sàng
Stroke order:
Example words:
喪主もしゅmoshu
chief mourner
喪失そうしつsoushitsu
loss; forfeit
喪ううしなうushinau
to lose; to part with
mo
mourning
喪章もしょうmoshou
mourning band; mourning ribbon

Partial results:

うしなうushinauirr. Inflection

godan ~う verb / transitive:

  • to lose; to part with

tomowo永遠eienni失うushinauくらいkuraiならばnarabaそのsono友達tomodachinoことkotowo我慢gamanshiなさいnasai Have patience with a friend rather than lose him forever.

もしゅmoshu

noun:

  • chief mourner
そうしつsoushitsu Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • loss; forfeit

水不足mizubusokuha森林shinrinno喪失soushitsuによってniyotte起こるokoru Water shortage is caused by the loss of forests.

もしょうmoshou

noun:

  • mourning band; mourning ribbon
もふくmofuku

noun:

  • mourning dress

スミスSUMISU夫人fujinha喪服mofukuwo着ているkiteiru Mrs. Smith is in black.

そうぐsougu

noun:

  • funeral accessories; funeral items; funeral paraphernalia
そうしんsoushin Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • absent-mindedness; stupor; stupefaction; abstraction; being stunned
もちゅうmochuu

noun:

  • in mourning
もじょmojoもおんなmoonna

noun:

もにふくすmonifukusu Inflection

expression / godan ~す verb:

  • to go into mourning
もちゅうけつれいmochuuketsurei

expression:

  • refraining from offering the (New Year's) greetings during the period of mourning - four character idiom
そうかのいぬsoukanoinu

noun:

  • feeling lost like a stray dog
そうかsouka

noun:

  • homeless; family in mourning
もにふくするmonifukusuru Inflection

expression / ~する verb (spec.):

そうさいsousai Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • funerals and festivals
もおとこmootokoもおmooもだんmodan

noun:

そうしつかんsoushitsukan

noun:

  • sense of loss; feeling of loss

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