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3 words found beginning with '逝'
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Most common form: いく
irregular godan verb 'iku/yuku', intransitive verb
1. to go; to move (in a direction or towards a specific location); to head (towards); to be transported (towards); to reach  (see also: 来る)
2. to proceed; to take place  (see also: 旨く行く; い sometimes omitted in auxiliary use)
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death  (honorific)
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noun
exceptionally ugly man  (see also: イケめん; slang; jocular, humorous term; obscure term)
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10 words found containing '逝' in any position
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Most common form: いく
irregular godan verb 'iku/yuku', intransitive verb
1. to go; to move (in a direction or towards a specific location); to head (towards); to be transported (towards); to reach  (see also: 来る)
2. to proceed; to take place  (see also: 旨く行く; い sometimes omitted in auxiliary use)
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death  (honorific)
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sudden death
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death; passing
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noun
exceptionally ugly man  (see also: イケめん; slang; jocular, humorous term; obscure term)
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noun
Sugata (the well-gone; epithet of Buddha)
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death; dying
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1. going afar
2. death; dying
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dying young; early death
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premature death
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