びょうきbyouki Inflection

noun / ~の noun / ~する noun:

  • illness; disease; sickness

あなたanatano病気byoukigaよくyokuなるnaruことkotowo願っていますnegatteimasu I hope you'll get well soon.

Kanji definition:

ビョウBYOUヘイHEIya.mu~や ya.miやまいyamai

ill; sick

Strokes:
10
Radical:
疒 sickness
SKIP:
3-5-5
UTF:
75c5
JIS208:
41-34
Hangul:
병 [byeong]
Pinyin:
bìng
Stroke order:
Example words:
病院びょういんbyouin
hospital
病気びょうきbyouki
illness; disease; sickness
水俣病みなまたびょうminamatabyou
Minamata disease
糖尿病とうにょうびょうtounyoubyou
diabetes; diabetes mellitus
白血病はっけつびょうhakketsubyou
leukemia

KIKEいきiki

spirit; mind; air; atmosphere; mood

Strokes:
6
Radical:
气 steam, breath
SKIP:
2-2-4
UTF:
6c17
JIS208:
21-4
Hangul:
기 [gi]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
ki
spirit; mind; heart; / nature; disposition; / motivation; intention; / mood; feelings; / ambience; atmosphere; mood
気持ちきもちkimochi
feeling; sensation; mood; / preparedness; readiness; attitude; / thanks; solicitude; sympathy; / just a little; somewhat; slightly
景気けいきkeiki
business conditions; the market; economic activity; economic climate; / good (economic) times; prosperity; boom; / liveliness; energy; vigour; vigor; spirit
人気にんきninki
popularity; public favor; / condition (e.g. market); tone; character; nature
病気びょうきbyouki
illness; disease; sickness

Partial results:

びょうきのりゅうこうbyoukinoryuukou

expression / noun:

  • epidemic
びょうききゅうしょくbyoukikyuushoku

noun:

  • sick leave; sickness leave
びょうきのふりbyoukinofuri

expression / noun:

  • feigning illness; pretending to be ill - usu. 病気のふりをする 振り【ふり】

彼女kanojoha病気の振りbyoukinofuriwoしたshita She made believe that she was sick.

びょうきがちbyoukigachi Inflection

noun / adjectival noun / ~の noun:

  • proneness to being ill; being sick a lot; proneness to disease
びょうきみまいbyoukimimai

noun:

  • get-well card (gift, letter) - four character idiom
  • visit to (inquiry after) a sick person

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