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[()·そん()·しん()]
jisonshin
noun

English Meaning(s) for 自尊心

noun
  1. self-esteem; self-respect; self-importance; conceit; pride

Definition and Synonyms for 自尊心

Self-Worth the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect
Synonyms: しな, プライド, , , 品位, 品格, 売券, 威信, 尊厳, 気位, 気品, 気韻, 沽券, 矜持, 自尊, 自尊心, 自負心, 見識, 貫目, 貫禄
Conceitedness the trait of being unduly vain and conceited
Synonyms: うぬぼれ, うぬぼれる, 自尊心, 自慢, 虚栄, 虚栄心, 衒気, 見える, 見える, 見栄
Pridefulness a feeling of self-respect and personal worth
Synonyms: おごり, おごる, うぬぼれ, プライド, うぬぼれる, 倨傲, 得意, 思い上がり, 思い上がる, 慢心, 我褒め, 気位, 矜持, 自尊, 自尊心, 自慢, 自負, 自負心, 見識, 誇り, 誇る, 驕り, 驕傲
Self-Pride a feeling of pride in yourself
Synonyms: 自尊, 自尊心, 自負
Self-Love feelings of excessive pride
Synonyms: うぬぼれ, うぬぼれる, ナルシシズム, 思い上がり, 思い上がる, 慢心, 自尊心, 虚栄心
Conceitedness false pride
Synonyms: うぬぼれ, うぬぼれる, 自尊心, 自慢, 虚栄, 虚栄心, 衒気, 見える, 見える, 見栄

Meanings for each kanji in 自尊心

oneself Kanji Details »
revered; valuable; precious; noble; exalted Kanji Details »
heart; mind; spirit; heart radical (no. 61) Kanji Details »

Categories 自尊心 is a member of

Feeling the experiencing of affective and emotional states
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Trait a distinguishing feature of your personal nature
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Pridefulness a feeling of self-respect and personal worth
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Sample Sentences for 自尊心

Her attitude hurt my self-respect.
It's pride that drives her.
His pride wouldn't allow him to tolerate such insults.
He is too proud to ask others any question.
That woman is proud rather than vain.

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