わかものwakamono

noun / ~の noun:

  • young man; young woman; young people; youth; youngsters

若者wakamonotachiha本来のhonrainooyano考えkangaeに対してnitaishite反発hanpatsuするsuruものmonoda Young people naturally react against the attitudes of their parents.

Kanji definition:

ジャクJAKUニャクNYAKUニャNYAわかwaka.iわか~waka しくわmo.shikuwamo.shiしくはmo.shikuhaごとgoto.shi

young; if; perhaps; possibly; low number; immature

Strokes:
8
Radical:
艹艸䒑 grass
SKIP:
2-3-5
UTF:
82e5
JIS208:
28-67
Nanori:
わくwakuわこwako
Hangul:
약 [yag]야 [ya]
Pinyin:
ruò / rě
Stroke order:
Example words:
若者わかものwakamono
young man; young woman; young people; youth; youngsters
若手わかてwakate
young person
若干じゃっかんjakkan
some; few; a number of; a little (bit); / somewhat; to a certain extent; / many; a lot
若さわかさwakasa
youth
若いわかいwakai
young; youthful; / immature; green; / low (number); small

シャSHAものmono

someone; person

Strokes:
8
Radical:
耂老⺹ old
SKIP:
4-8-2
UTF:
8005
JIS208:
28-52
Hangul:
자 [ja]
Pinyin:
zhě
Stroke order:
Example words:
患者かんじゃkanja
patient
記者きしゃkisha
reporter
容疑者ようぎしゃyougisha
suspect (person)
業者ぎょうしゃgyousha
trader; dealer; businessman; vendor; supplier; manufacturer; / fellow trader; people in the same trade
労働者ろうどうしゃroudousha
employee; worker; / laborer (labourer); blue-collar worker

Partial results:

わかものぶんかwakamonobunka

noun:

  • youth culture
わかものことばwakamonokotoba

noun:

  • words used by young people; slang 若者語
わかものずきwakamonozuki Inflection

noun / adjectival noun / ~の noun:

わかものごwakamonogo

noun:

わかいものがしらwakaimonogashiraわかいものがしらwakaimonogashiraわかものがしらwakamonogashira

noun:

  • functionary charged with training and organizing young wrestlers - Sumo term

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