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[()·げん()]
gokigen
noun, na adjective

Alternate Written Forms:

[()·()·げん()]
gokigen

Root Words:

[ご + ()·げん()]
go + kigen

English Meaning(s) for ご機嫌

noun
  1. humour; humor; temper; mood; spirits
  2. safety; health; well-being; one's situation
na adjective
  1. in a good mood; in high spirits; happy; cheery; merry; chipper

Definition and Synonyms for ご機嫌

Amiability a cheerful and agreeable mood
Synonyms: 上機嫌, ご機嫌
Sunny bright and pleasant
Synonyms: 上機嫌, 快活, 朗らか, ご機嫌
High happy and excited and energetic
Synonyms: ハイ, のりのり, ご機嫌
Happy enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure
Synonyms: ハッピー, 喜ばしい, 大喜び, 嬉しい, 幸せ, 幸福, 明るい, 楽しい, 楽しげ, ご機嫌
O.K. being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition
Synonyms: いい, いい, よろしい, 大丈夫, 大丈夫, 好ましい, ご機嫌, 良い, 良好
Elation a feeling of joy and pride
Synonyms: 上機嫌, 得意, 意気揚々, ご機嫌
Mood a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling
Synonyms: 機嫌, ご機嫌, 気分
Sunny promoting a feeling of cheer
Synonyms: 上機嫌, 快活, 朗らか, ご機嫌

Meanings for each kanji in ご機嫌

mechanism; opportunity; occasion; machine; airplane Kanji Details »
dislike; detest; hate Kanji Details »

Categories ご機嫌 is a member of

Feeling the experiencing of affective and emotional states
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Joy the emotion of great happiness
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Mood a characteristic (habitual or relatively temporary) state of feeling
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Sample Sentences for ご機嫌

He was very anxious to please.
How are you?
She is in a mood.
How are you?
Good day. How are you today?

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