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ui
i adjective

English Meaning(s) for 憂い

i adjective
  1. unhappy; sad; gloomy

Definition and Synonyms for 憂い

Somber grave or even gloomy in character
Synonyms: くらい, 心悲しい, 憂い, 憂い, 憂鬱, 暗鬱, 根暗, 気無精, 気鬱, 湿っぽい, 物寂しい, 物悲しい, 物憂い, 辛気くさい, 陰性, 陰気, 陰気臭い, 陰鬱
Dysphoric generalized feeling of distress
Synonyms: 不幸, 不幸せ, 悲しい, 憂い, 憂い
Anxiety a vague unpleasant emotion that is experienced in anticipation of some (usually ill-defined) misfortune
Synonyms: うるさい, 不安, 心配, 恐れ, 恐れる, 患い, 患う, 憂い, 憂い, 憂え, 憂える, 憂慮, 憂虞, 懸念, 煩い, 煩う, 物案じ
Anxiousness a relatively permanent state of worry and nervousness occurring in a variety of mental disorders, usually accompanied by compulsive behavior or attacks of panic
Synonyms: こわ, かしこ, 不吉, 不安, 不安心, 心労, 心遣い, 心配, 心配り, 怖る, 恐れ, 恐れる, 患う, 悲嘆, 憂い, 憂い, 憂え, 憂える, 憂い事, 憂心, 憂慮, 憂虞, 懸念, 気掛かり, 気苦労, 気遣い, 気遣う, 気骨, 気骨, 物思い, 物案じ, 苦悶

Meanings for each kanji in 憂い

melancholy; grieve; lament; be anxious; sad; unhappy Kanji Details »

Categories 憂い is a member of

Emotion any strong feeling
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Psychological State a mental condition in which the qualities of a state are relatively constant even though the state itself may be dynamic
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 憂い

Conjugations for 憂い

Present Indicative Form
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ui
Present Indicative Negative Form
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ukunai
Past Indicative Form
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ukatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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ukunakatta
te-form
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ukute
Adverbial Form
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uku
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
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ukattara

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