Possible inflected words:

いくikuゆくyukuold Inflection

godan -いく/-ゆく verb (spec.) / intransitive verb:

  • to go; to move (in a direction or towards a specific location); to head (towards); to be transported (towards); to reach 来る【くる】
  • to proceed; to take place - い sometimes omitted in auxiliary use 旨く行く
  • to pass through; to come and go
  • to walk
  • to die; to pass away 逝く
  • to do (in a specific way)
  • to stream; to flow

auxiliary verb:

  • to continue

godan -いく/-ゆく verb (spec.) / intransitive verb:

  • to have an orgasm; to come; to cum - usually written using kana alone
  • to trip; to get high; to have a drug-induced hallucination - usually written using kana alone - slang

歩いてaruite行くikuものmonomoいればireba自転車jitenshade行くikuものmonomoいたita Some went on foot, and others by bicycle.

これらのkorerano規則kisokuhaずっとzutto守られてmamorareteきたkitashiこれからkorekaramoいつもitsumo守られてmamorareteいくikuだろうdarou These rules have been and always will be observed.

行くikuyo I will go.

Kanji definition:

コウKOUギョウGYOUアンANi.kuyu.ku~ゆ yu.ki~ゆき yuki~い i.ki~いき ikiおこなokona.uおこなうoko.nau

going; journey; carry out; conduct; act; line; row; bank

Strokes:
6
Radical:
行 go, do, walk
SKIP:
1-3-3
UTF:
884c
JIS208:
25-52
Nanori:
いくikuなみnamiなめnameみちmichiゆきyukiゆくyuku
Hangul:
행 [haeng]항 [hang]
Pinyin:
xíng / háng / hàng / xìng
Stroke order:
Example words:
行政ぎょうせいgyousei
administration; governance; the authorities; authority
銀行ぎんこうginkou
bank
行うおこなうokonau
to perform; to do; to conduct oneself; to carry out
行動こうどうkoudou
action; conduct; behaviour; behavior; mobilization; mobilisation
行方ゆくえyukue
(one's) whereabouts; / outcome

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