Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 8 strokes
Taught in Junior high

Search words that:
- start with 泥
- end with 泥
- contain 泥
mud, mire, adhere to, be attached to
KUN:
  • どろ
    doro
  • なず.む
    nazu.mu
ON:
  • デイ
    dei
  • ナイ
    nai
  • de
  • ni
Nanori:
  • ひじ
    hiji
Written with 8 strokes
Taught in Junior high
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 151 results)

noun
1.
thief, burglar, robber
noun, auxillary suru verb
2.
theft, burglary, robbery
Other readings:
泥坊【どろぼう】
ドロボー
どろぼー

noun, no-adjective
1.
mud, slush, (wet) dirt, mire
noun
2.
thief(abbreviation)
See also:泥棒

noun
1.
bog, marsh, swamp, quagmire, morass
2.
quandary, dire situation from which one cannot extricate oneself, imbroglio(only relevant for どろぬま and ドロぬま)
Other readings:
泥沼【でいしょう】
ドロ沼【ドロぬま】

no-adjective, na-adjective, adverb, to-adverb
1.
thick, viscous, mushy, pulpy, slushy, syrupy, sticky(onomatopia, usually kana)
no-adjective, na-adjective
2.
muddy, dirty (with oil, grease, etc.)(onomatopia, usually kana)
See also:
auxillary suru verb, to-adverb
3.
to be in an ugly state (of emotions, relations, etc.), to be murky, to be sordid(onomatopia, usually kana)
Other readings:
どろどろ《泥泥》[1]
ドロドロ
Notes:
  1. word containing irregular kanji usage

noun, auxillary suru verb
being dead drunk, drunken stupor

expression, noun
wide difference, a world of difference

noun, no-adjective
peat
Other readings:
泥炭【すくも】[1]
Notes:
  1. gikun (meaning as reading) or jukujikun (special kanji reading)

noun
1.
sludge, slime, dregs, mire
2.
hopeless situation, hell, despair

noun
mudslinging contest, mudslinging match
Other readings:
泥試合【どろじあい】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing irregular kanji usage

noun
1.
muddy water
2.
red-light district
Other readings:
泥水【でいすい】
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 180 results)

ひと
どろぼう
泥棒
おも
思え
Never trust a stranger

かれ
どろぼう
泥棒
はんめい
判明
It was proved that he was a thief

Last night my house was robbed while I was still awake

どろぼう
泥棒
The thief ran away

どろぼう
泥棒
けい
刑事
はし
走って
The thief ran away at the sight of a detective

いえ
どろぼう
泥棒
はい
入った
Yesterday, a thief entered the house

かれ
彼の
いえ
せんしゅ
先週
どろぼう
泥棒
His house was broken into by burglars last week

On arriving home, I discovered the burglary

The thief got away with the money

かれ
彼の
いえ
どろぼう
泥棒
His house was broken into last night

かれ
あい
どろぼう
泥棒
はい
入った
A burglar broke in while he was asleep

If you take your shoes off before coming into the house you won't bring in any dirt from your shoes

The burglar is used to staying up late

The thief entered through a broken window

どろぼう
泥棒
かね
The thief got away with the money

けいかん
警官
どろぼう
泥棒
ついせき
追跡
The policeman chased the thief

My house was broken into last night

けいかん
警官
どろぼう
泥棒
The thief ran away when he saw a policeman

どろぼう
泥棒
けいかん
警官
The thief ran away at the sight of a policeman

He is nothing less than a thief to do such a thing