Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 16 strokes
Taught in Junior high

Search words that:
- start with 醒
- end with 醒
- contain 醒
awake, be disillusioned, sober up
KUN:
  • さ.ます
    sa.masu
  • さ.める
    sa.meru
ON:
  • セイ
    sei
Written with 16 strokes
Taught in Junior high
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 26 results)

Ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1.
to wake, to wake up
2.
to become sober, to sober up, to regain consciousness (e.g. after anaesthesia)
3.
to come to one's senses, to be disillusioned
All readings:
覚める【さめる】
醒める【さめる】

Godan-su verb, transitive verb
1.
to awaken, to arouse from sleep
2.
to bring to one's senses, to disabuse (someone of)
3.
to sober up
4.
to dampen, to throw a damper on, to spoil(only relevant for 醒ます)
All readings:
覚ます【さます】
醒ます【さます】

Ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1.
to wake up, to awake
2.
to awaken to (instinct, ability, perception, etc.), to become aware of, to become conscious of, to realize
3.
to come to one's senses
All readings:
目覚める【めざめる】
目ざめる【めざめる】
目醒める【めざめる】

adjective
remarkable, striking, brilliant, splendid, spectacular, wonderful
All readings:
目覚ましい【めざましい】
目覚しい【めざましい】
目ざましい【めざましい】
目醒しい【めざましい】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing irregular kanji usage

noun
stimulant (e.g. psychoactive drugs like methamphetamine, ritalin, etc.)
Other readings:
覚せい剤【かくせいざい】

noun, auxillary suru verb
1.
waking up, awakening, arousal, revival
2.
disillusion, disillusionment, awakening
Other readings:
覚せい【かくせい】

megasameru
expression, Ichidan verb
1.
to wake up, to awake, to perk up, to snap out (of a day dream, etc.)
See also:目覚める
2.
to awaken (to the truth, etc.), to come to a realization, to come to one's senses
All readings:
目が覚める【めがさめる】
目がさめる【めがさめる】
目が醒める【めがさめる】
眼が覚める【めがさめる】

noun
waking
All readings:
目覚め【めざめ】
目ざめ【めざめ】
目醒め【めざめ】

かくせいざいとりしまりほ
kakuseizaitorishimarihou
noun
Stimulants Control Law (1951)
All readings:
覚せい剤取締法【かくせいざいとりしまりほう】
覚醒剤取締法【かくせいざいとりしまりほう】
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Example sentences(showing 4 results)

ぶん
自分
はん
かくせい
覚醒
かん
時間
いちにち
1日
みじ
短く
It's quite possible that there are times I am half awake, and thus the day feels shorter

Wet blankets are not always unpleasant after you get to know them

はじ
初めて
さいみん
催眠
はい
入る
ひと
あい
場合
あさ
浅い
さいみん
催眠
じょうた
状態
かくせい
覚醒
さいみん
催眠
じょうた
状態
つう
普通に
かくせい
覚醒
じょうた
状態
くら
比べて
When people are being put into a hypnotic state for the first time I often, after placing them in a very light hypnotic state, wake them and ask them to compare their wakening state to that when hypnotised

よう
陽気な
せき
にんもの
人気者
とな
きょうざ
興ざめ
もの
At a hilarious party, one frequently finds a wet blanket sitting next to the life of the party