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ききんkikin

noun:

  • famine; drought; shortage; crop failure

これらのkoreranokunihaしばしばshibashiba飢饉kikinni襲われたosowareta These countries were often visited with famine.

うえるueruかつえるkatsueruうえるueru Inflection

ichidan verb / intransitive verb:

  • to starve; to be famished; to be hungry
  • to be starved of (e.g. love); to be thirsty for (e.g. knowledge); to be hungry for

我々warewarehahitoga飢えるuerunowo黙ってdamatte見ていられないmiteirarenai We cannot stand quiet and watch people starve.

きがkiga

noun:

  • starvation; famine; hunger

これらのkoreranokunideha飢餓kigaga普通futsuunoことkotoであるdearu In these countries hunger is the rule.

うえue

noun:

  • hunger; starvation

何千というtoiuhitoga飢えuede死んだshinda Thousands of people died of hunger.

うえじにuejiniかつえじにkatsuejiniirr.irr.irr. Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

そんなsonnaことkotowoするsuruくらいならkurainara飢え死にuejiniしたshitaほうがましhougamashida I might as well starve as do such a thing.

きかつkikatsu Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • hunger and thirst; starvation
きがかんkigakan

noun:

  • (feeling of) hunger
きかんkikan

noun:

  • hunger and cold
きがせんじょうにkigasenjouni

adverb:

  • on the verge of starvation; at the point of starving
きとうkitou Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • starving and freezing to death - obscure term
きみんkimin

noun:

  • starving people
うえにくるしむuenikurushimu Inflection

expression / godan ~む verb:

  • to suffer from hunger
うえたるいぬはぼうをおそれずuetaruinuhabouwoosorezu

expression:

  • a starved dog does not fear the rod [literal] - proverb
うえこごえるuekogoeru Inflection

ichidan verb:

  • to starve and freeze to death
きがりょうほうkigaryouhou

noun:

  • inaniation treatment; starvation therapy

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