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We found 226 words, 1 kanji, and 31 examples matching '念'
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Most common form: 思う
'u' godan verb, transitive verb
1. to think; to consider; to believe  (想う has connotations of heart-felt)
2. to think (of doing); to plan (to do)
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commemoration; celebration; honoring the memory of something; turning something into a memento; memory
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deplorable; bad luck; regret; disappointment
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Most common form: ねん
noun
1. sense; idea; thought; feeling  (esp. 〜の念)
2. desire; concern
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noun
general idea; concept; notion
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Kanji search: 1 match
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ネン    idea, thought   
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コン   キン   いま now   
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assembly, gathering   
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
ジン   ニン   ひと person   
katakana fu   
シン   こころ heart   
Example search: 31 matches
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かれ
ねん
ため
くら
なったら
そと
ない
むすめ
やくそく
約束
させた

He was careful enough to make his daughter promise not to go out after dark.
かのじょ
彼女
むね
かんしゃ
感謝
ねん
あふれた
Her heart flowed with gratitude.
ぎろん
議論
そうご
相互
そんけい
尊敬
ねん
もと
づいている

Discussion is based upon mutual respect.
かえ
ってみて
わたし
りょうしん
両親
かんしゃ
感謝
ねん
おぼ
えます

In looking back, I feel deeply grateful to my parents.
その
こうけい
光景
わたし
きょうい
驚異
ねん
うたれた
The sight struck me with wonder.
 
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