List: Godan verb - Iku/Yuku special class

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ι€£γ‚Œγ¦θ‘Œγ γ€γ‚Œγ¦γ„γ tsureteiku

popular  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic) 

  • to take someone (to some place), to take someone along, to lead someone away
葌く いく iku

popular  obsolete kanji  JLPT N5  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic)  intransitive verb  usually written using kana alone  auxiliary verb  slang 

  • to go, to move (in a direction or towards a specific location), to head (towards), to be transported (towards), to reach
  • to proceed, to take place
  • to pass through, to come and go
  • to walk
  • to die, to pass away
  • to do (in a specific way)
  • to stream, to flow
  • to continue
  • to have an orgasm, to come, to cum
  • to trip, to get high, to have a drug-induced hallucination
δΈŠζ‰‹γγ„γ うまくいく umakuiku

popular  usually written using kana alone  expression  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic) 

  • to go smoothly, to turn out well, to do the trick, to have peaceful relations
ζŒγ£γ¦γ„γ もっていく motteiku

popular  expression  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic) 

  • to take, to carry (something) away, to bear
γ€γ„γ¦θ‘Œγ ぀いていく tsuiteiku

popular  usually written using kana alone  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic) 

  • to accompany, to follow, to keep up with
θ¦‹γ«θ‘Œγ みにいく miniiku

expression  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic) 

  • to go to see (something, someone), to visit
εŽ»γ‚Šθ‘Œγ γ•γ‚Šγ‚†γ sariyuku

godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic)  intransitive verb 

  • to leave
ι‡£γ‚Šγ«θ‘Œγ γ€γ‚Šγ«γ„γ tsuriniiku

expression  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic) 

  • to go fishing
逊子に葌く γ‚ˆγ†γ—γ«γ„γ youshiniiku

expression  godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic) 

  • to be adopted, to enter a family as an adopted child
はって葌く はっていく hatteiku

godan verb  godan verb (archaic)  verb (generic) 

  • to creep, to crawl
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