Meaning of kimi in Japanese
Definition of kimi
Words related to kimi
(n) secrecy; highly classified information
To get technical information from that company, we first have to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
(n) viewing the moon
They will have a moon-viewing party tomorrow.
- (adj-i) delightful; satisfying; gratifying; brisk; piquant
(n) snow-covered road
If you whip the steering wheel around like that on a snowy road, the car is going to go into a slide.
(n) avenue; tree-lined street
We walked along an avenue lined with trees.
(n) parting gift; remembrance; aftereffect
He left me with his favorite book and moved to Osaka.
- (n) evening primrose (esp. the fourwing evening primrose, Oenothera tetraptera)
(n) straining one's ears
We were all ears when he started to tell us his secret.
- (n) get-well card (gift, letter)
- visit to (inquiry after) a sick person
(n) route (when going somewhere); way (to get somewhere)
The girl kindly told me the way to the museum.
(n) confidential information
His secretary flatly denied leaking any confidential information.
(exp) trackless path
The explorer pushed his way through the trackless mountain region.
- (n) Japanese skimmia (Skimmia japonica, esp. S. j. var. japonica)
- (n) moon-viewing on either the night of the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunisolar calendar or on the night of the 13th day of the 9th month of the lunisolar calendar, but not both nights
- (n) var. of fresh Japanese sweet made of white bean paste, egg yolk, sugar and rice granules
- (n) abandoned people (people left to fend for themselves after a war or natural disaster)
- (exp) Here's looking at you, kid; Here's cheers to your eyes
- (exp) things that look similar but are completely different; geta and grilled miso
- (n) leak of official secrets; leaking of confidential information