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English Meaning(s) for 息子

  1. son
  2. penis

Definition and Synonyms for 息子

Wind breath
Synonyms: 呼吸, , 息吹, 息子
Breath the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration
Synonyms: , 息子
Breath the process of taking in and expelling air during breathing
Synonyms: 呼吸, , 息吹, 息子, 気息
External Respiration the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation
Synonyms: 呼吸, 外呼吸, , 息子, 息の緒, 気息
Son a male human offspring
Synonyms: ジュニア, 令息, ご令息, , , お坊っちゃん, 坊や, 坊さん, 坊ちゃん, 坊主, 子息, 小僧, , 息子, 息子さん, , 愚息, 我郎, 男児, 男子, 男の子
Breath a slight movement of the air
Synonyms: 呼吸, , 息子
External Respiration the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation
Synonyms: 呼吸, 外呼吸, , 息子, 息の緒, 気息

Meanings for each kanji in 息子

breath; respiration; son; interest (on money) Kanji Details »
child; sign of the rat; 11PM-1AM; first sign of Chinese zodiac Kanji Details »

Categories 息子 is a member of

Breathing Out the act of expelling air from the lungs
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Breeze a slight wind (usually refreshing)
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Body Process an organic process that takes place in the body
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Air a mixture of gases (especially oxygen) required for breathing
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Male Offspring a child who is male
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Sample Sentences for 息子

He built a doghouse with his son on Sunday.
Her son called from New York.
His daughter, as well as his son, was famous.
I know not only the father, but also the son.
He had the gratification of seeing his son graduate from collage.

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