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We found 30 words and 1 kanji matching '止:や'
Word search: 30 words contain 止 read as や
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'mu' godan verb, intransitive verb
to cease; to stop; to be over
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Most common form: やめる
ichidan verb, transitive verb
1. to stop (an activity); to cease; to discontinue; to end; to quit  (often written with kana only; this meaning is restricted to form 止める, 已める)
2. to cancel; to abandon; to give up; to abolish; to abstain; to refrain  (often written with kana only)
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'ru' godan verb, intransitive verb
to cease; to stop; to be over  (colloquialism; obscure term)
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Most common form: やむえず
unavoidably; inevitably; necessarily; reluctantly; against one's will  (see also: 止むを得ず; often written with kana only)
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Most common form: やむ終えない
expression, 'i' adjective
cannot be helped; unavoidable  (see also: やむを得ない; incorrect variant of やむを得ない)
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Kanji search: 1 match
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シ   とめる to stop   とまる to stop   
 
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