そんけいsonkei Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • respect; esteem; reverence; honour; honor

あなたanatahaだれdareからkaramo尊敬sonkeiされているsareteiru You're respected by everybody.

Kanji definition:

ソンSONたっとtatto.iとうとtouto.iたっとtatto.buとうとtouto.bu

revered; valuable; precious; noble; exalted

Strokes:
12
Radical:
寸 inch
SKIP:
2-9-3
UTF:
5c0a
JIS208:
34-26
Nanori:
さだsadaたかtakaたけtakeみことmikoto
Hangul:
존 [jon]준 [jun]
Pinyin:
zūn
Stroke order:
Example words:
尊重そんちょうsonchou
respect; esteem; regard
尊厳そんげんsongen
dignity; majesty; sanctity
尊敬そんけいsonkei
respect; esteem; reverence; honour; honor
尊ぶたっとぶtattobu
to value; to prize; to esteem; to respect
尊いたっといtattoi
precious; valuable; priceless; noble; exalted; sacred

ケイKEIキョウKYOUうやまuyama.u

awe; respect; honor; revere

Strokes:
12
Radical:
攵攴 whip, strike
SKIP:
1-8-4
UTF:
656c
JIS208:
23-41
Nanori:
keたかtakaたかしtakashiたけtakeとしtoshiのりnoriひろhiroゆきyukiよしyoshi
Hangul:
경 [gyeong]
Pinyin:
jìng
Stroke order:
Example words:
敬称けいしょうkeishou
title of honour; title of honor
敬意けいいkeii
respect; honour; honor
敬語けいごkeigo
honorific; term of respect; polite expression; honorific language
敬遠けいえんkeien
pretending to respect someone while in fact staying distant; keeping at arms length; giving a wide berth; / avoiding (something unpleasant); shying away from; / giving the batter an "intentional walk"
敬老けいろうkeirou
respect for the aged

Partial results:

そんけいしんsonkeishin

noun:

  • respect
そんけいごsonkeigo

noun:

  • honorific language - Linguistics term

目上meuenohitonoするsuruことkotoについてnitsuite話すhanasutoki尊敬語sonkeigowo使いますtsukaimasu When speaking about your superiors' actions, you use respectful language.

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