おわすowasu

~す verb (precursor to modern する) / intransitive verb:

  • to be - honorific language - archaism
  • to go; to come - honorific language - archaism

tenniおわすowasukaminoo力添えchikarazoegaあったatta God above helped us.

Kanji definition:

ギョGYOGOおん~on お~o み~mi

honorable; manipulate; govern

Strokes:
12
Radical:
彳 step
SKIP:
1-3-9
UTF:
5fa1
JIS208:
24-70
Nanori:
u
Hangul:
어 [eo]아 [a]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
防御ぼうぎょbougyo
defense; defence; safeguard; protection
制御せいぎょseigyo
control (of a machine, device, etc.); / control (over an opponent, one's emotions, etc.); governing; management; suppression; keeping in check
御輿みこしmikoshi
portable shrine (carried in festivals); / palanquin; / buttocks; lower back; waist; hips
御飯ごはんgohan
cooked rice; / meal
御化けおばけobake
goblin; monster; demon; / ghost; apparition; / something that's unusually large

ZAすわsuwa.ru

squat; seat; cushion; gathering; sit

Strokes:
10
Radical:
广 dotted cliff
SKIP:
3-3-7
UTF:
5ea7
JIS208:
26-34
Hangul:
좌 [jwa]
Pinyin:
zuò
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
za
seat; place; position; / status; / gathering; group; / stand; pedestal; platform; / (historical) trade guild; / attaches to the names of theatres, theatrical troupes, and constellations; / counter for theatres, deities, Buddhist images, tall mountains, and satokagura songs
銀座ぎんざginza
Ginza (shopping district in Tokyo); / (Edo period) silver mint
講座こうざkouza
academic teaching unit; lectureship; professorial chair; / course (e.g. of lectures)
座長ざちょうzachou
chairman; / leader of a troupe; proprietor of a theatrical company
口座こうざkouza
account (e.g. bank)

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