List: linguistics

Terms used in the study of the languages.

Showing 1 - 10 of 594 words for the list linguistics. #ling

popular  obsolete kanji  JLPT N5  noun  noun (generic)  linguistics 

  • voice
  • singing (of a bird), chirping (of an insect), hoot
  • voice, opinion (as expressed in words), view, wish, attitude, will
  • sound
  • sense (of something's arrival), feeling
  • voice, voiced sound

popular  JLPT N1  noun  noun (generic)  noun or participle taking the aux. verb する  transitive verb  linguistics 

  • rebuilding, reconstruction, rehabilitation
  • protoform reconstruction

popular  JLPT N3  noun taking the genitive case particle ãŪ  adjective (generic)  noun  noun (generic)  abbreviation  linguistics 

  • automatic
  • intransitive verb

popular  JLPT N1  noun  noun (generic)  linguistics 

  • form, shape, figure
  • morph

popular  JLPT N3  noun  noun (generic)  linguistics 

  • work, labor, labour
  • achievement, performance, ability, talent
  • salary, income, earnings
  • action, activity, workings, function, operation, movement, motion
  • conjugation, inflection
čŦ‡čĐąã ã‚“ã‚danwa

popular  noun  noun (generic)  noun or participle taking the aux. verb する  intransitive verb  linguistics 

  • talk, conversation, dialogue
  • informal expression of opinion, off-the-cuff remarks, comment
  • discourse

popular  JLPT N3  noun  noun (generic)  linguistics 

  • charge, duty, person in charge, official, clerk
  • connection, linking

popular  JLPT N3  noun  noun (generic)  noun (suffix)  linguistics 

  • section (i.e. of text), sentence, passage, paragraph
  • phrase
  • verse (of 5 or 7 mora in Japanese poetry; of 4, 5, or 7 characters in Chinese poetry)
  • haiku, first 17 morae of a renga, etc.
  • maxim, saying, idiom, expression
įŽŽäļ€åĢ°ã ã„いãĢせいdaiissei

popular  noun  noun (generic)  linguistics 

  • first words said (e.g. when meeting someone), first thing out of one's mouth
  • first speech, inaugural address
  • first tone (in Chinese), level tone

popular  JLPT N4  Ichidan verb  verb (generic)  transitive verb  colloquial  usually written using kana alone  intransitive verb  linguistics 

  • to receive, to get
  • to catch (e.g. a ball)
  • to be struck by (wind, waves, sunlight, etc.)
  • to sustain (damage), to incur (a loss), to suffer (an injury), to feel (influence)
  • to undergo (e.g. surgery), to take (a test), to accept (a challenge)
  • to be given (e.g. life, talent)
  • to find funny, to find humorous, to be amused (by)
  • to follow, to succeed, to be descended from
  • to face (south, etc.)
  • to be modified by
  • to obtain (a pawned item, etc.) by paying a fee
  • to be well-received, to become popular, to go down well