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あざやかazayakairr.irr. Inflection

adjectival noun:

  • vivid; bright; brilliant; clear; fresh; vibrant
  • skillful; skilful; adept; adroit; deft; brilliant; beautiful; fine; excellent

niwahahanadeiro鮮やかazayakaであるdearu The garden is bright with flowers.

せんめいsenmei Inflection

adjectival noun / noun:

  • vivid; clear; distinct

原稿genkoutoコピーKOPIIha容易にyouini見分けがつくmiwakegatsuku前者zenshaha後者koushaよりもyorimoずっとzutto鮮明senmeiだからdakaraであるdearu The original and the copy are easily distinguished since the one is much more vivid than the other.

せんぎょsengyo

noun:

  • fresh fish
せんどsendo

noun:

  • (degree of) freshness

このkonoイカIKAha鮮度sendoga落ちはじめたochihajimeta This cuttlefish has started to lose its freshness.

せんれつsenretsu Inflection

adjectival noun / noun:

  • vivid; striking

soratoyamano対比taihiga鮮烈senretsuda The contrast between the sky and the mountain is striking.

せんりょくsenryoku

noun:

  • bright green
せんしょうsenshou Inflection

adjectival noun / noun:

  • very little; quite few
せんぴsenpi

noun:

  • Xianbei (ancient nomadic tribe of northern Asia)
せんにくsenniku

noun:

  • fresh meat
せんえいどsen'eido

noun:

  • sharpness (e.g. of a photo); definition
せんけつsenketsu

noun:

  • fresh blood

chiha鮮血senketsuでしたdeshita The blood was bright red.

せんえいsen'ei Inflection

adjectival noun / noun:

  • sharp; clear
せんぎょてんsengyoten

noun:

  • fish dealer; fresh fish retailer; fishmonger
せんけつりんりsenketsurinri Inflection

~たる adjective / ~と adverb:

  • dripping with fresh blood - four character idiom
せんこうしょくsenkoushoku Inflection

adjectival noun:

  • florid
せんしんせいsenshinsei

noun:

  • Pliocene epoch
せんじんsenjin

noun:

  • Korean person - sensitive - colloquialism
せんこうsenkou

noun:

  • scarlet; bright red
せんれいsenrei Inflection

adjectival noun / noun:

  • vivid; gorgeous; resplendent beauty; bright

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