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Kanji

Furigana

Romaji

Meaning

au

to meet

au

to fit, to suit

agaru

to go up

aku

to open

aku

empty, with space

akeru

to open

ageru

to give

ageru

to rise

asobu

to play

abiru

to take a shower

arau

to wash

aru

to be, to exist

aru

to possess

aruku

to walk

iu

to say, to tell

iku

to go

iru

need, must haven be


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to put

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to send

osu

to push

oboeru

to memorize, to

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oyogu

to swim

oriru

to get off

owaru

to end

kau

to buy

kaesu

to return an object

kaeru

to return home

kakaru

to take time or money

kaku

to write

kakeru

to wear

kakeru

to make a phone call

kasu

to lend

kaburu

to put on a hat

kariru

to borrow

kikoeru

hear, can hear, be

audible

kieru

to go out, to vanish

kimaru

to be decided

kimeru

to decide

kiku

to listen

kiru

to cut

kiru

to wear, to put on

kuru

to come

kudasaru

to give (to me) respectful

kuraberu

to compare

kureru

to get dark

kureru

to give (to me) simple


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kesu

to turn off, to switch off

kotaeru

to answer

komaru

to be in trouble

komu

to be crowded

kowasu

to break

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saku

to blossom

sagasu

to look for, to search

sasu

to open an umbrella

sagaru

to get down

sageru

to lower

sashiageru

to give (respectful)

sawagu

to make noise, to be
excited

sawaru

to touch

shikaru

to scold

shiraseru

to notify

shiraberu

to investigate

shinu

to die, to pass away

shimaru

to close

shimeru

to close

shimeru

to fasten a belt

shiru

to know

shiraseru

to notify

shiraberu

to investigate

sugiru

to exceed

susumu

to make progress

suteru

to throw away

suberu

to slide, to slip

suu

to breath, to smoke

sumu

to live, to reside
somewhere

sumu

to finish

suru

to do

suwaru

to sit

sodateru

to rear, to bring up

dasu

to take out, hand in

tatsu

to stand

taoreru

to break down

tasu

to add a number

tazuneru

to visit

tazuneru

to ask

tateru

to build

tateru

to stand up, to put up

tanoshimu

to enjoy

tariru

to be sufficient

tanomu

to ask, to request

taberu

to eat

chigau

to be different

tsukau

to use

tsukareru

to get tired

tsuku

to arrive

tsukuru

to make, to produce

tsukamaeru

to seize

tsuku

to be attached

tsukeru

to soak, to pickle

tsutaeru

to report

tsuzuku

to continue, to last

tsuzukeru

to continue, go on

tsutsumu

to wrap

tsuru

to fish

tsureru

to lead

tsukeru

to turn on

tsutomeru

to work for someone

dekakeru

to go out

dekiru

can do

deru

to leave

to assist

tobu

to fly

tomaru

to stop

toru

to take

tooru

to go through

todokeru

to reach

tomaru

to lodge at

tomeru

to stop

torikaeru

to exchange

toru

to take a photo

naosu

to fix, to repair

naoru

to be fixed, repaired

naoru

to be cured, to heal

naku

to cry

nakunaru

to disappear, to get lost

nakunaru

to die

nageru

to throw away

nasaru

to do (respectful)

nareru

to grow accustomed to

narabu

to form a line

naraberu

to line up

naru

to become

nigeru

to escape

niru

to be similar

nugu

to take off clothes

nusumu

to steal

nuru

to paint, lacquer

nureru

to get wet

neru

to sleep

nemuru

to sleep

noboru

to climb up

nomu

to drink

nokoru

to remain

norikaeru

to take off clothes

noru

to take, to ride

hairu

to enter

haku

to put on shoes

hakobu

to transport

hajimaru

to begin, to start

hajimeru

to begin

hashiru

to run

hataraku

to work

hanasu

to talk, to speak, to tell

haru

to put something on, to


stick

harau

to pay

hareru

to clear up

hiku

to pull

hieru

get cold, feel chilly

hikaru

to shine

hikidasu

to draw out

hiku

to play an instrument

hikkosu

to move (house)

hiraku

to open an event

hirou

topic up, to gather

fuku

to blow (wind)

toincrease

futoru

to grow fat

fumu

to step on

furidasu

start to rain

furu

to fall (rain, snow)

homeru

to praise

magaru

to turn

mairu

to go, to come (humble

form)

makeru

machigaeru

to lose
to make a mistake

maniau

to be in time for

mawaru

to go around

matsu

to wait

mieru

to be visible, to be seen

migaku

to polish, to brush

mitsukaru

to be discovered

mitsukeru

to discover

miseru

to show

miru

to see, to watch

mukau

to face

mukaeru

to go to meet

meshiagaru

to eat (respectful)

motsu

to have, to own

moushiageru to say, to tell (respectful)

mousu

to be called, to say
(respectful)

modoru

to return, to go back

morau

to receive

yasumu

to rest

yaku

to bake, to grill

yakunitatsu

to be helpful

yaseru

to become thin

yamu

to stop

yameru

to stop

yaru

to do

yureru

to shake, to sway

yobu

to call

yomu

to read

yogoreru

to get dirty

yoru

to visit

yorokobu

to be delighted

wakasu

to boil, to heat

wakareru

to separate

wakaru

to know, to understand

waku

to boil, to grow hot

warau

to laugh, to smile

wareru

to break

wasureru

to forget

watasu

to hand over

wataru

to cross

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Comments
Marcucho Kun says:
August 16, 2012 at 07:23

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arigatou!!! this is very usefull!!!


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aya says:
November 23, 2012 at 01:32

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" says:
December 1, 2012 at 23:08

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NN

P.S.
Is may grammar correct?
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Rainy says:
April 23, 2013 at 01:09

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Does it really means -to take off clothes- just the same meaning as ?
below is translation
1: to transfer (trains); to change (bus, train);
2: to change ones mind; to move on to (e.g. a new love interest); to change methods; to change
ones way of thinking
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Webbo says:
October 3, 2013 at 21:44

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Useful info, thanks. Out of interest how do you know these verbs are required at this level is it
based on experience or do they publish them sonewhere? thanks
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Nicolas says:
October 3, 2013 at 22:45

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Unfortunately there is no official vocabulary and kanji list. These lists are therefore made looking
at historical tests and books recommended as preparation for the JLPT.
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Ashley says:
July 9, 2014 at 22:52

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Your entire website is just the most fantastic resource. Thank you so much for all your hard work in
putting this together. It is an absolute treasure.
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