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Physiological Property

Physiological Property
a property having to do with the functioning of the body
[せい()·()]
seiki
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. life; vitality; verve; vigor; vigour; animation; spirit
[()·じょう()]
ujou
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. sentient beings; (feelings of) humanity
[せい()·めい()·りょく()]
seimeiryoku
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. vitality; (one's) life force
[しび()·]
shibire
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. numbness; limbs going to sleep
[しび()··]
shibireru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb

English Meanings:

ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to become numb; to go to sleep (e.g. a limb)
[ゆう()·せい()]
yuusei
noun, no adjective

English Meanings:

noun, no adjective
  1. male characteristics; manliness
sekkusu
noun, suru verb

English Meanings:

noun, suru verb
  1. sexual intercourse
[()·ゆう()]
shiyuu
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. male and female (animal)
[さが()]
saga
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[さが()]
saga
[なりくせ()]
narikuse

English Meanings:

noun
  1. one's nature; one's destiny
  2. custom; tradition; habit
[せい()]
sei
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. nature (of a person)
  2. sex
  3. gender
  4. -ty; -ity; -ness; -cy
[せい()·べつ()]
seibetsu
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. distinction by sex; sex; gender
[()·せい()]
musei
noun, no adjective

English Meanings:

noun, no adjective
  1. asexual
[()·じょう()]
ujou
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. sentient beings; (feelings of) humanity
dareru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb

English Meanings:

ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to lose interest; to weaken; to slacken
  2. to lose value after a peak (e.g. stock)
[しょう()]
shou
noun, noun, used as a suffix

English Meanings:

noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. nature (of a person or thing)
  2. that which does not change according to external influences
sekushuariti
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

sekushariti
sekushuaritii

English Meanings:

noun
  1. sexuality

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