Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 10 strokes
Taught in grade 3

Search words that:
- start with 息
- end with 息
- contain 息
breath, respiration, son, interest (on money)
KUN:
  • いき
    iki
ON:
  • ソク
    soku
Written with 10 strokes
Taught in grade 3
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 155 results)

noun
1.
son
2.
penis(vulgar)(only relevant for むすこ)
Other readings:
むす子【むすこ】
【むすこ】
【そく】[1]
Notes:
  1. out-dated or obsolete kana usage

noun
1.
breath, breathing
2.
tone, mood
See also:息が合う
Other readings:
【おき】[1]
Notes:
  1. out-dated or obsolete kana usage

noun, auxillary suru verb, no-adjective
rest, relief, relaxation
Other readings:
休足【きゅうそく】

noun
sigh
Other readings:
溜息【ためいき】
溜め息【ためいき】

noun
interest (on a loan, deposit, etc.)
See also:利子

noun
1.
news (from somebody), letter, contact
2.
(somebody's) whereabouts, (somebody's) movements
Other readings:
消息【しょうそこ】[1]
Notes:
  1. out-dated or obsolete kana usage

Godan-mu verb, intransitive verb
to be enthusiastic about, to be eager, to be keen
All readings:
意気込む【いきごむ】
意気ごむ【いきごむ】
息込む【いきごむ】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing irregular kanji usage

noun, auxillary suru verb, no-adjective
suffocation, choking, asphyxia

noun
son(honorific language)

noun
1.
one breath
2.
time of one breath
3.
pause, break, rest, breather
4.
(doing in) one go, doing without stopping(as 一息に)
5.
small amount of effort, a little more effort
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 729 results)

きゅうそ
休息
Take a rest

I never see you without thinking of my dead son

わた
私の
せいじん
成人
むす
息子
いま
りゅうが
留学
My grown-up son is studying abroad now

Thank you for the present you gave my son

But he wanted a son very much

Take a deep breath in and out, please

わた
私の
むす
息子
かれ
彼の
しょ
秘書
こんやく
婚約
My son is engaged to his secretary

ちちおや
父親
むす
息子
The father and his son were very alike

Take a deep breath, please

いき
くだ
下さい
Take a breath and hold it

むす
息子
無事
たく
帰宅
かのじょ
彼女
よろ
喜んだ
She was very pleased when her son returned home safe and sound

かれ
彼ら
いま
きゅうそ
休息
They are now at rest

I have given to my son whatever he wants

かれ
ときどき
時々
わた
私の
むす
息子
He comes to see my son now and then

I never see him without thinking of my son

My son came to see me from time to time

My son can neither read nor write yet

かのじょ
彼女
しんぱい
心配
むす
息子
She was waiting for her son with great anxiety

Hold your breath, please

わた
私たち
ひる
はた
働き
よる
きゅうそ
休息
We work by day and rest by night