Partial results:

ようぶんyoubun

noun:

  • nourishment; nutrient
ようせいyousei Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • training; education; development; cultivation

心身shinshin共にdomoniベストBESUTOnoコンディションKONDEISHONde新人shinjin養成yousei合宿gasshukuni臨みましょうnozomimashou With both mind and body in their best condition, let's look forward to the newcomers' training camp.

やしなうyashinau Inflection

godan ~う verb / transitive:

  • to support; to maintain; to provide for
  • to bring up; to raise; to rear; to feed
  • to adopt (a child)
  • to cultivate (a habit, a quality, etc.); to develop; to build up; to foster
  • to recuperate (from injury, illness, etc.)

良いyoi習慣shuukanha子供時代kodomojidaini養うyashinauべきbekiであるdearu Good habits should be cultivated in childhood.

彼女kanojohaninno子供kodomowo養うyashinauためにtameni働かhatarakaざるをえなかったzaruwoenakatta She was obliged to work to support five children.

ようごyougo Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • nursing; (protective) care
ようしょくyoushoku Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • aquaculture; culture; cultivation; raising

養殖youshokunosakanaha天然tennenbutsuよりyori安くyasukuteajimoまあmaaまあmaada Farmed fish are cheaper than wild ones and the taste is only "so-so".

ようしyoushi

noun:

  • adopted child (usu. male); son-in-law

tsumaha養子youshiwoとりtoriたかったtakatta My wife wanted to adopt a child.

ようろういんyourouin

noun:

  • home for the aged; old people's home
よういくyouiku Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • bringing up; rearing; upbringing

医者ishaha概してgaishite子供kodomono養育youikuno訓練kunrenwo受けていないuketeinai Doctors are not as a rule trained in child rearing.

ようふぼyoufubo

noun:

  • adoptive parents
ようろうyourou

noun:

  • making provision for the elderly
  • Yōrō era (717.11.17-724.2.4)

まずmazu私のwatashino活動範囲katsudouhan'ihaおもにomoni養老yourou川下kawashimo流域ryuuikiですdesu First off, my area of work is mainly in the lower reaches of the Yourou River.

ようふyoufu

noun:

  • foster father; adoptive father 実父
ようけいyoukei

noun:

  • poultry raising; poultry farming; chicken farming
ようさんyousan

noun / ~の noun:

  • sericulture; silkworm culture; silkworm raising

watashinooyaha養蚕yousangyouwo営んitonandeita My parents were running a silk farm.

ようとんyouton

noun:

  • pig-keeping; pig farming

養豚youton関連kanren産業sangyouheno配慮hairyoからkara、「butaインフルエンザINFURUENZAno呼称koshouhaインフルエンザINFURUENZAA(H1N1)」ni改めaratameられrareta Out of consideration to the pig farming industry the name 'pig influenza' has been changed into 'influenza A(H1N1)'.

ようぼyoubo

noun:

  • foster mother; adoptive mother
ようじょyoujo

noun:

  • adopted daughter; foster daughter

夫婦fuufuha孤児kojiwo養女youjoniするsuruことkotowo決心kesshinしたshita The couple decided to adopt an orphan.

やしないyashinai

noun:

  • nutrition; nourishment 養う
  • bringing up; nurture; rearing
ようごきょうゆyougokyouyu

noun:

  • school nurse; nurse-teacher; health teacher
ようしえんぐみyoushiengumi

noun:

  • adoption (of a person) - Law term
ようじょうyoujou Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • taking care of one's health
  • recuperation
  • covering (with a protective material); coating
  • curing (concrete)
ようけいじょうyoukeijou

noun:

  • poultry or chicken farm

ケンKENno伯父ojiさんsanha大きなookina養鶏場youkeijouwoもっているmotteiru Ken's uncle has a big chicken farm.

ようけいぎょうyoukeigyou

noun:

  • the poultry industry; poultry farming

養鶏業youkeigyouha遅かれ早かれosokarehayakare破産hasanするsuruだろうdaroutoいうiumuneno手紙tegamiwokarehawatashiniよこしたyokoshita He sent me a letter to the effect that his poultry farm would go bankrupt sooner or later.

ようしょくぎょyoushokugyo

noun:

  • farmed fish; farm-raised fish; cultivated fish; hatchery fish
ようしろんyoushiron

noun:

  • adoptionism
ようごがっきゅうyougogakkyuu

noun:

  • school for the handicapped; special school

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