やきyaki

noun:

  • cooking, esp. frying or stir-frying; heating
  • tempering

suffix noun:

  • -ware

onikuno焼きyaki加減kagenhaいかがikagaなさいますnasaimasuka How would you like your steak cooked?

Kanji definition:

ショウSHOUya.kuya.kiき~ya.ki ~や ya.kiけるya.keru

bake; burning

Strokes:
12
Radical:
火灬 fire
SKIP:
1-1-11
UTF:
713c
JIS208:
30-38
Nanori:
やいyaiやきyaki
Hangul:
소 [so]
Pinyin:
shāo
Stroke order:
Example words:
燃焼ねんしょうnenshou
burning; combustion
焼却しょうきゃくshoukyaku
incineration; destroy by fire
夕焼けゆうやけyuuyake
evening glow; red sunset; afterglow (of sunset)
焼きそばやきそばyakisoba
yakisoba; fried noodles, usu. with vegetables and meat
焼き鳥やきとりyakitori
yakitori; chicken pieces (or sometimes beef or pork offal) grilled on a skewer; / grilled and skewered bird (esp. sparrow); / failing to win a single hand during a half-game

Partial results:

やくyakuoldold Inflection

godan ~く verb / transitive:

  • to burn
  • to roast; to broil; to grill; to bake; to toast; to barbecue
  • to heat; to heat up
  • to make (charcoal, pottery, bricks, etc.); to bake; to fire; to burn
  • to tan (i.e. suntan); to burn 灼く【やく】
  • to print (a photo); to burn (an optical disc)
  • to be jealous of; to be envious of; to envy 妬く【やく】

hahaha日曜日nichiyoubiにはnihaクッキーKUKKIIwo焼くyaku Mother bakes cookies on Sundays.

windowXPにはnihaCDCDwo焼くyaku機能kinougaあるaruそうsouですdesugaそのsono手順tejunwo解説kaisetsuしているshiteiruページPEEJIwo教えてoshieteくださいkudasai I hear that you can burn CDs with Windows XP; could you tell me a website that explains the procedures involved?

多くookunohitogaスポンジSUPONJIケーキKEEKIwo焼くyakunoha難しいmuzukashiito考えkangaeteいるiruしかしながらshikashinagara十分juubunnaryounotamagowo使用shiyouすれsureba実際jissainanimo失敗shippaiするsuruようyounaことkotohaないnai Many people think that sponge cake is difficult to bake, but if you use enough eggs, nothing can really go wrong.

やけるyakeru Inflection

ichidan verb / intransitive verb:

  • to burn; to be roasted; to be heated; to be sunburnt; to fade (in the sun); to glow red (i.e. of the sky at sunset) 焼ける
  • to be jealous; to be envious

焼けるyakeruようにyouni熱いatsui It is broiling hot.

しょうきゃくshoukyaku Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • incineration; destroy by fire
しょうちゅうshouchuu

noun:

  • shochu; Japanese spirit distilled from sweet potatoes, rice, etc.

最新のsaishinnoバイオ技術BAIOgijutsuによってniyotteimono臭みkusamiwo最小限saishougenni抑えosae非常にhijouni飲みnomiやすいyasuiimo焼酎shouchuuですdesu It's very easy to drink potato shochu now that the potato-like smell has been reduced to a low level through use of the latest biotechnology.

やきとりyakitori

noun:

  • yakitori; chicken pieces (or sometimes beef or pork offal) grilled on a skewer
  • grilled and skewered bird (esp. sparrow) - obsolete term
  • failing to win a single hand during a half-game - Mahjong term
やきにくyakiniku

noun:

  • yakiniku; Japanese dish of grilled meat similar to Korean barbecue - Food term
  • roasted meat; grill - Food term

さあsaaみんなminnade食べtabe放題houdaino焼き肉yakinikuyaさんsanni行こうikouyo Let's all go to an all-you-can-eat Yakiniku restaurant.

やきそばyakisobairr.

noun:

  • yakisoba; fried noodles, usu. with vegetables and meat - Food term

美味しいoishii焼きそばyakisobaパンPANwo食べtabeたいtaiですdesu I want to eat a tasty yakisoba bread.

やけあとyakeatoirr.

noun:

  • ruins of a fire; fire-devastated area
しょうしshoushi Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • death by fire

火事kajide世帯setaiga焼死shoushiしたshita Four families were killed in the fire.

やきいもyakiimo

noun:

  • roasted sweet potato; baked sweet potato

ishi焼き芋yakiimoってtte海外kaigainimoあるarunokana I wonder whether stone-roasted sweet potatoes are available overseas as well.

やきもちyakimochi

noun:

  • jealousy
  • roasted rice cake

焼きもちyakimochionnaha大嫌いdaikiraida I hate jealous women.

やけyakeじきjikiやけyake Inflection

noun / ~の noun / adjectival noun:

やきものyakimono

noun:

  • earthenware; pottery; porcelain; china
  • flame-broiled food (esp. fish)
  • tempered blade
しょうしんじさつshoushinjisatsu

noun:

  • self-immolation; burning oneself to death; suicide by fire
しょうしつshoushitsu Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • being destroyed by fire

10kennoiegaそのsono火事kajide焼失shoushitsuしたshita The fire burned down ten houses.

やきうちyakiuchi

noun:

  • setting on fire; setting afire
やきあげるyakiageru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to burn; to roast; to grill; to bake
やけだされるyakedasareru Inflection

ichidan verb / intransitive verb:

  • to be burned out (of one's home)
やけいしyakeishi

noun:

  • hot stone; heated stone

いまさらimasara焦ってasettemo焼け石yakeishinimizuじゃないjanaino No matter how much you hurry your effort is just a drop in the bucket.

やきざかなyakizakana

noun:

  • grilled fish

焼き魚yakizakanaha好きsukiではありませんdehaarimasenましてやmashiteya生魚namazakanaha言うまでもありませんiumademoarimasen I don't like grilled fish, let alone raw fish.

やきばたyakibataやきはたyakihataやきばたけyakibatakeやきばたyakibataやきはたyakihataやきばたけyakibatakeやいばたyaibataobs.

noun:

  • swidden; land made arable by slash-and-burn agriculture
やけのこるyakenokoru Inflection

godan ~る verb / intransitive verb:

  • to escape being burned (esp. of a building or the items in it); to survive a fire
しょうしんshoushin Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • burning oneself (to death); self-immolation
やけのはらyakenoharairr.

noun:

  • burnt field; burnt area

そのsonomachiha火災kasaide焼け野原yakenoharaになったninatta The city was destroyed by fire.

しょうこうshoukou Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • burning (offer) incense

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