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all the more; increasingly

mi · bi
いやiya · ya · あまねしamaneshi · いよいよiyoiyo · とおいtōi · ひさしhisashi · ひさ.しいhisashī · わた.るwataru
Popularity rank: 1687 Pinyin: Korean: mi Hán-Việt: di
Stroke counts: 8 Grade level: 8 JLPT level: 1 Skip code: 1-3-5

Example Words

阿弥陀[amida] Amitabha
元の木阿弥[motonomokuami] ending up right back where one started
南無阿弥陀仏[namuamidabutsu] I sincerely believe in Amitabha
弥次[yaji] hooting
弥次る[yajiru] to jeer (at)
弥久[bikyuu] extending over a long time
弥生[yayoi] third month of the lunar calendar
弥生時代[yayoijidai] Yayoi period (c. 300 BCE-300 CE)
弥縫[bihou] patching up
弥増す[iyamasu] to increase (all the more)

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