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How to say Go In Japanese?

KanjiHiragana
行くいく
Pronunciation: iku
How to Say It Outloud: ee-koo
Usage: used to indicate the action of going to a place or moving from one location to another
Example Sentence Japanese:私は東京へ行く。
Example Sentence English:I will go to Tokyo.
KanjiHiragana
行くいく
Pronunciation: iku
How to Say It Outloud: ee-koo
Usage: used colloquially to describe the act of starting something (like a machine)
Example Sentence Japanese:エンジンが行く。
Example Sentence English:The engine starts.
KanjiHiragana
行くいく
Pronunciation: iku
How to Say It Outloud: ee-koo
Usage: used in casual speech to indicate understanding or agreement
Example Sentence Japanese:それでは行くね。
Example Sentence English:Alright, I’ll go then.

Dictionary

Common wordjlpt-n5
Numeric
  • five; 5
Common wordjlpt-n3
Noun
Noun, used as a suffix
Adverb (fukushi)
  • after
Common wordjlpt-n2
Noun
  • go (board game)
Common wordjlpt-n3
Noun
Noun, used as a suffix
Counter
  • word
Noun
Noun, used as a suffix
  • language
Noun
  • speech
Wikipedia definition
  • Word
Common wordjlpt-n3jlpt-n1
Prefix
  • honorific/polite/humble prefix
Suffix
  • honorific suffix
Noun
Counter
  • company; group; class
Noun
  • troop; rank; file
Noun
  • go; soy beans soaked and mashed to a creamy paste (ingredient of tofu and soy milk)
Noun
  • Wu (region in China, south of the lower Yangtze)
Noun
  • Wu (kingdom in China during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms era; 902-937 CE); Southern Wu
Noun
  • Wu (kingdom in China during the Three Kingdoms era; 222-280 CE); Eastern Wu; Sun Wu
Noun
  • Wu (kingdom in China during the Spring and Autumn era; 11th century-473 BCE)
Wikipedia definition
  • Wu
Noun
Noun, used as a prefix
  • mistake; error
Noun
  • time; moment; limit
Noun
  • time of death; last moment
Noun
  • midnight in red-light districts during the Edo period

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