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Grammar detail: verb stem + ゆく

verb stem + ゆく - adjective suggesting change
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verb stem
+
ゆく
turns the combination into an adjective suggesting change, progress or movement.
For example:
わりゆく
にちじょう
日常
changing daily life
にゆく
ひとびと
人々
dying people; those who are going to die
ぎゆく
ひび
日々
passing days
かげ
りゆく
へや
部屋
darkening room
あか
くそめゆく
ゆうひ
夕日
the reddening setting sun
This form is very similar to the more common ていく form, but it is typically only used when the combined phrase is used as an adjective.
こぼんのう
子煩悩
おっと
わりゆく
にちじょう
日常
fragment, headline etc.
The changing daily life of a doting parent
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Kanji used in this grammar

ヘン   unusual   かえる to alter, change   かわる to change   
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ニチ   ジツ   sun; day   ひ    -か    
ジョウ   つね usual, normal   とこ- endless, unchanging   
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シ   death   し die   
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ジン   ニン   ひと person   
(kanji repetition symbol)   
カ   あやま mistake   あやま to slip up   すぎる to overdo, be more than   すごす to pass, spend   
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エイ   かざ to hold aloft   かげ shadow   かげ to get dark, to be in shadow   
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ブ   part
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オク   や roof   
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セキ   シャク   あか    あか red   あからむ to turn red   あからめる to blush   
セキ   ゆう night   
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シ   ス   こ child   
ハン   ボン   わずら to worry, suffer from   わずらわす to trouble, bother, annoy   
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ノウ   troubled   なや to be troubled   なやます to bother, annoy   
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フ   フウ   おっと husband   
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