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go
noun, noun, used as a suffix

English Meaning(s) for 語

noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. language
  2. word

Definition and Synonyms for 語

Word a unit of language that native speakers can identify
Synonyms: ワード, 単語, 言葉, , 語り,
Narrator someone who tells a story
Synonyms: ナレーター, , 語り, 語る, 語り手, 読み手

Meanings for each kanji in 語

word; speech; language Kanji Details »

Categories 語 is a member of

Linguistic Unit one of the natural units into which linguistic messages can be analyzed
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Talker someone who expresses in language
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 語

Sample Sentences for 語

Koko knows and uses more than 500 words in sign language, the language of deaf people.
In all probability, no language is completely free of borrowed words.
What we call 'Standard English' is only one of the many dialects spoken all over the world.
This word is derived from Greek.
You should cross out any word you don't need.

Comments for 語

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It's correct. Kanji often have at least two readings.

He's saying the kunyomi かたり which means 'a talk'. Think of the monogatari light novels and anime series.

The onyomi you can find in compound kanji words such as 日本語 (にほんご)which means 'Japanese language'.

 

#4 Posted by machigainai over 1 year ago

Is this word correct? The pronunciation character above the character is "go," but it is being pronounced "ka ta i" from what I can hear. 

#3 Posted by Dreddle over 1 year ago

is this the right word

#2 Posted by edogawa conan over 2 years ago

it is very helpful to learn Kanji from this lessons

#1 Posted by mmk1234 over 5 years ago


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