Definition of (かみなり)

かみなり

かみなり

kaminari

noun
1.
lightning, thunder, thunderbolt
2.
god of thunder, god of lightning(only relevant for かみなり)
3.
anger, fit of anger(only relevant for かみなり)
Other readings:
【いかずち】
【いかづち】[1]
【らい】
Notes:
  1. out-dated or obsolete kana usage
Related Kanji
thunder, lightning bolt
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 33 results)

The house was struck by lightning yesterday

いなずま
稲妻
ひか
光った
おも
思う
かみなり
After the lightning, came the thunder

わた
とつぜん
突然の
かみなり
I was surprised at the sudden thunder

なつ
かみなり
We have had a lot of thunder this summer

かみなり
The tree was struck by lightning

かれ
彼の
いえ
かみなり
His house was struck by lightning

かみなり
とう
Lightning struck the tower

かれ
おこ
怒って
かみなり
He snarled out his anger

A thunderbolt is likely to fall any minute

Thunder rolled with menacing crashes

なつ
かみなり
We had a lot of thunder that summer

かみなり
きんぞく
金属
Lightning is liable to hit metal

Thunder has been explained scientifically, and people no longer believe it is a sign that the gods are angry with them, so thunder, too, is a little less frightening

I heard it thunder in the distance

わた
いえ
かみなり
I saw the house struck by lightning

かみなり
あら
ちょうこ
徴候
Thunder indicates that a storm is near

かのじょ
彼女
かみなり
She is frightened of thunder

ごう
豪雨
かみなり
とも
伴った
The heavy rain was accompanied with thunder

I expect you've chanted "kuwabara kuwabara" after a lightning flash, or have seen somebody do so

かみなり
せい
生徒
The thunder frightened the students
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