痛い in Chinese / Japanese...

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痛い is the way to yell, Ouch! in Japanese.

This expresses that something is painful, sore, hurts, or is causing great discomfort.

痛い is a very strange selection for a wall scroll, so consider this entry to be for educational purposes only.


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Characters

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Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

痛い

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 itai / いたい
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(adjective) (1) painful; sore; (adj-i,suf) (2) exceeding

手痛い

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 teitai / tetai / ていたい (adjective) severe; hard

痛い目

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 itaime / いたいめ (exp,n) painful experience

片腹痛い

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 kataharaitai / かたはらいたい (adjective) ridiculous; absurd

耳が痛い

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 mimigaitai / みみがいたい (exp,adj-i) (1) being painfully-true (e.g. reprimand); making one's ears burn; striking home (e.g. remark); (2) having an earache; feeling pain in one's ear

耳の痛い

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 miminoitai / みみのいたい (exp,adj-f) (See 耳が痛い・1) being painfully-true (e.g. reprimand); making one's ears burn; striking home (e.g. remark)

頭が痛い

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 atamagaitai / あたまがいたい (exp,adj-i) (1) having a headache; (2) racking one's brains; troubling over something

頭の痛い

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 atamanoitai / あたまのいたい (exp,adj-i) headache inducing; vexing

痛い痛い病

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 itaiitaibyou / itaitaibyo / いたいいたいびょう "ouch-ouch disease", caused by cadmium poisoning from industrial wastes in Toyama Prefecture

痛い目にあう

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 itaimeniau / いたいめにあう (exp,v5u) to go through a bitter experience; to get into trouble; to get hurt; to feel pain

痛い目に合う

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 itaimeniau / いたいめにあう (exp,v5u) to go through a bitter experience; to get into trouble; to get hurt; to feel pain

痛い目に遭う

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 itaimeniau / いたいめにあう (exp,v5u) to go through a bitter experience; to get into trouble; to get hurt; to feel pain

痛い目に遭わす

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 itaimeniawasu / いたいめにあわす (exp,v5s) (See 痛い目に遭わせる) to make a person sweat for it

痛い(P);甚い

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 itai / いたい (adjective) (1) painful; sore; (2) (colloquialism) cringy; embarrassing; (adj-i,suf) (3) (esp. 甚い) (See 甚く) exceeding

痛い目に合わせる

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 itaimeniawaseru / いたいめにあわせる (exp,v1) to make (a person) pay for (something)

痛い目に遭わせる

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 itaimeniawaseru / いたいめにあわせる (exp,v1) to make (a person) pay for (something)

痛いところ;痛い所

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 itaitokoro / いたいところ (exp,n) one's weak point; one's sore spot; raw nerve

耳が痛い;耳がいたい

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 mimigaitai / みみがいたい (exp,adj-i) (1) (idiom) being painfully-true (e.g. reprimand); making one's ears burn; striking home (e.g. remark); (2) having an earache; feeling pain in one's ear

頭が痛い;頭がいたい

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 atamagaitai / あたまがいたい (exp,adj-i) (1) having a headache; (2) (idiom) (See 頭の痛い) racking one's brains; troubling over something

頭の痛い;頭のいたい

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 atamanoitai / あたまのいたい (exp,adj-i) (See 頭が痛い・1) headache inducing; vexing

痛いの痛いの飛んでいけ

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 itainoitaitondeike / itainoitaitondeke / いたいのいたいとんでいけ (expression) (said to comfort a child in pain) there, there; kiss it better; pain, pain, fly away

イタイイタイ病;痛い痛い病

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 itaiitaibyou(itaiitai病);itaiitaibyou(痛i痛i病) / itaitaibyo(itaitai病);itaitaibyo(痛i痛i病) / イタイイタイびょう(イタイイタイ病);いたいいたいびょう(痛い痛い病) (See 痛い・1) itai-itai disease; mass cadmium poisoning in Toyama Prefecture starting in the 1910's caused by industrial waste

痛い目に遭わせる;痛い目に合わせる

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 itaimeniawaseru / いたいめにあわせる (exp,v1) (See 痛い目に合う) to make (a person) pay for (something)

痛い目にあう;痛い目に合う;痛い目に遭う

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 itaimeniau / いたいめにあう (exp,v5u) (See 痛い目,目にあう・めにあう) to go through a bitter experience; to get into trouble; to get hurt; to feel pain

痛いところを突く;痛いところをつく;痛い所を突く;痛い所をつく

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 itaitokorootsuku / いたいところをつく (exp,v5k) (idiom) (See 痛い所) to hit a nerve; to go for the throat; to touch a sore spot

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