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Chinese

(onomat. for humming)
 
to call; to cry; to shout; to breath out; to exhale
trad. () ? ?
simp. () ? ?
alternative forms /

Pronunciation

Interjection

  1. (archaic) alas; alack; wellaway

Verb

  1. (euphemistic) to die; to pass away

Synonyms

(to die):

(sad interjection): /

Derived terms

  • ?/? (y?mìngw?h?)
  • ?/? (w?h?'?iz?i)

Japanese

Etymology 1

Kanji in this term
? ?
Hy?gaiji Grade: 6
Irregular

Compare English ah.

The kanji spelling is an example of phonetic ateji (), borrowed from Chinese .

Alternative forms

Pronunciation

Interjection

? (?)? (?) or ? (?)? (?) o (?)

  1. ah, oh
    1. an expression of surprise
    2. word expressing affirmation
    3. word used to call attention
    4. word expressing a grunt or pain
Usage notes
  • Used in Old Japanese as (shakkun, "kanji spelling used as a Japanese sound") kana for a.

Etymology 2

Kanji in this term
? ?
Hy?gaiji Grade: 6
Irregular

Origin unknown; compare ? ("strange, funny"). Historically written or ; the kanji spelling is ateji ().[2]

Alternative forms

  • , ,

Adjective

? (?)? (?) o (oko) (-na inflection, adnominal ?(?)?(?)? (oko na), adverbial ?(?)?(?)? (oko ni))

  1. (archaic) foolish, stupid
  2. (archaic) funny, clownish

Noun

? (?)? (?) o (oko)

  1. folly, absurdity, foolishness

Derived terms

References

  1. ^ 2006, (Daijirin), Third Edition (in Japanese), T?ky?: Sanseid?, ->ISBN
  2. ^ Heibonsha World Encyclopedia[1] (in Japanese), 1998

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