いやiyaいよiyoyoいよよiyoyoいよよiyoyo

adverb:

Kanji definition:

MIBIいやiyayaあまねしamaneshiいよいよiyoiyoとおいtooiひさしhisashiひさしいhisa.shiiわたwata.ru

all the more; increasingly

Strokes:
8
Radical:
弓 bow
SKIP:
1-3-5
UTF:
5f25
JIS208:
44-79
Nanori:
わたるwataruみつmitsuひろhiroyo
Hangul:
미 [mi]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
弥生やよいyayoi
third month of the lunar calendar; / thick growth (of grass, etc.); / Yayoi period (ca. 300 BCE - 300 CE)
弥勒みろくmiroku
Maitreya (Bodhisattva); Miroku
須弥山しゅみせんshumisen
Mt Sumeru (in Buddhism - said to be the highest mountain rising in the center of the world) (centre)
弥次るやじるyajiru
to jeer (at); to hoot; to boo; to catcall; to heckle
弥久びきゅうbikyuu
extending over a long time

Partial results:

いよいよiyoiyoイヨイヨIYOIYO

adverb:

  • more and more; all the more; increasingly
  • at last; finally; beyond doubt
  • (at the) last moment; worst possible time

いよいよiyoiyo薄暮hakuboもうすぐmousugu宵闇yoiyami It's getting more and more shadowy, soon it will be twilight.

いよいよiyoiyo千載一遇senzaiichiguunoチャンスCHANSUgaめぐってmegutteきたkita At last, a chance in a million arrived.

やよいyayoiいやおいiyaoi

noun:

  • third month of the lunar calendar - obsolete term
  • thick growth (of grass, etc.) いやおい - archaism
  • Yayoi period (ca. 300 BCE - 300 CE)

もーmo-弥生yayoinoナビNABIga判りwakariにくいnikuiからkara同じonajiトコTOKOぐるぐるguruguru回ったmawattaじゃないjanai Hmph, Yayoi's navigation was difficult to follow so we ended up going round and round the same places.

ミサMISAateji

noun:

  • (Catholic) Mass - From Latin "missa"
みろくmiroku

noun:

  • Maitreya (Bodhisattva); Miroku - Buddhism term 弥勒菩薩
みろくぼさつmirokubosatsu

noun:

  • Maitreya (Bodhisattva); Miroku - Buddhism term
いやいとこiyaitoko

noun:

やたけごころyatakegokoro

noun:

  • fervent spirit
いやまさるiyamasaru Inflection

godan ~る verb / intransitive verb:

  • to become still greater
やよいじんyayoijin

noun:

  • last day of the third month of the lunar calendar
びほうさくbihousakuびぼうさくbibousakuirr.

noun:

  • stopgap measure; temporary expedient
びまんbiman Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • pervasion

悪臭akushuuga部屋heyachuuniびまんbimanしたshita A bad smell permeated the room.

いやがうえにiyagaueniirr.

expression / adverb:

やじうまyajiumaヤジうまYAJIumaやじうまyajiuma

noun:

  • curious onlookers; rubbernecks - sensitive

喧嘩kenkawo見ようmiyouto野次馬yajiumaga集まったatsumatta A crowd collected to watch the fight.

やじうまこんじょうyajiumakonjou

noun:

  • the spirit of curiosity
いやさかiyasakaやさかyasakaold

noun:

  • prosperity; prospering; flourishing

interjection:

やしyashi

noun:

  • showman; charlatan; faker; quack

かれkareha空威張りkaraibariしてるshiteru香具師kougushiだけdakeですdesu He's just a bluffing charlatan.

やじyaji

noun:

  • hooting; jeering; heckling

そのsono歌手kashuga舞台butaini現れるarawareruto聴衆choushuuhakareniブーブーBUUBUUというtoiu野次yajiwo飛ばしたtobashitaなぜならnazenarakareha自分jibunnotsumawo捨ててsutete他のtano女性joseini乗り換えたnorikaetaからkarada When the singer appeared on stage, the audience gave him the Bronx cheer, because he dumped his wife for another woman.

よだつyodatsuいよだつiyodatsu Inflection

godan ~つ verb / intransitive verb:

身の毛minokemoよだつyodatsu It made my hair stand on end.

やじるyajiru Inflection

godan ~る verb / transitive:

  • to jeer (at); to hoot; to boo; to catcall; to heckle
びきゅうbikyuu

noun:

  • extending over a long time
やじろべえyajirobee

noun:

  • balancing toy
やなあさってyanaasatte

adverbial noun / temporal noun:

やじきたyajikita

noun:

  • comical pair; pair of buffoons - four character idiom
いやがうえにもiyagauenimoirr.

adverb:

  • all the more
やよいじだいyayoijidai

noun:

  • Yayoi period (c. 300 BCE-300 CE)

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