こいびとkoibito

noun:

  • lover; sweetheart; boyfriend; girlfriend

watashiha恋人koibitowoダーリンDAARINto呼びますyobimasu I call my sweetheart darling.

Kanji definition:

レンRENko.uこいkoiこいしいkoi.shii

romance; in love; yearn for; miss; darling

Strokes:
10
Radical:
心忄⺗ heart
SKIP:
2-6-4
UTF:
604b
JIS208:
46-88
Hangul:
련 [ryeon]
Pinyin:
liàn
Stroke order:
Example words:
こいkoi
(romantic) love
恋人こいびとkoibito
lover; sweetheart; boyfriend; girlfriend
恋愛れんあいren'ai
love; love-making; passion; emotion; affections
恋するこいするkoisuru
to fall in love with; to love
恋しいこいしいkoishii
yearned for; longed for; missed

ジンJINニンNINひとhito~り ri~と to

person

Strokes:
2
Radical:
人亻 human
SKIP:
4-2-4
UTF:
4eba
JIS208:
31-45
Nanori:
jitoneひこhikoふみfumi
Hangul:
인 [in]
Pinyin:
rén
Stroke order:
Example words:
外国人がいこくじんgaikokujin
foreigner; foreign citizen; foreign national; alien; non-Japanese
人口じんこうjinkou
population; / common talk
二人ふたりfutari
two persons; two people; pair; couple
人気にんきninki
popularity; public favor; / condition (e.g. market); tone; character; nature
人間にんげんningen
human being; person; man; mankind; humankind; / character (of a person)

Partial results:

こいびとみまんkoibitomiman

expression / noun:

  • couple who are more than friends, but not in an intimate relationship
こいびとどうしkoibitodoushi

noun:

  • pair of lovers; girlfriend and boyfriend

このkono恋人同士koibitodoushiha情熱jounetsu的なtekina文通buntsuuwo続けたtsuzuketa This pair of lovers were carrying on an ardent correspondence.

こいびとつなぎkoibitotsunagi

noun:

  • holding hands with fingers interlocked - colloquialism
こいびときぶんkoibitokibun

noun:

  • the feeling between (new) lovers

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