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Meaning:

In Japanese, 苦 means “bitter”.


How to read it:

Kunyomiくる、にが
Onyomi

How to write it:


Origin:

You can see someone eating grass, the grass must be very bitter.
So 苦 means “bitter”.


Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaning
Basic苦いにがいbitter
Inter苦労くろうhard work
Inter苦しいくるしいpainful
Inter苦しむくるしむto suffer
Inter苦手にがてbad at
Inter苦痛くつうpain
Inter苦しみくるしみsuffering
Advbitterness
Adv苦情くじょうcomplaint
Adv苦笑くしょうwry smile
Adv苦しめるくるしめるto torment
Adv苦悩くのうagony
Adv目茶苦茶めちゃくちゃunreasonable
Adv息苦しいいきぐるしいstuffy
Adv苦難くなんhardship
Adv苦心くしんpains
Adv苦闘くとうstruggle
H_Adv重苦しいおもくるしいoppressive
H_Adv見苦しいみぐるしいlooks bad
H_Adv苦境くきょうdifficult situation
H_Adv無茶苦茶むちゃくちゃunreasonable
H_Adv堅苦しいかたくるしいrigidly formal
H_Adv苦々しいにがにがしいunpleasant
H_Adv苦笑いにがわらいwry smile
H_Adv苦戦くせんstruggle
H_Adv苦渋くじゅうpainful
S_Adv苦味にがみbitterness
S_Adv苦慮くりょbe anxious
Others心苦しいこころぐるしいpainful
Others苦し紛れくるしまぎれin desperation
Others苦言くげんcomplaint
Others狭苦しいせまくるしいcramped
Othersほろ苦いほろにがいslightly bitter
Others寝苦しいねぐるしいhard to sleep
Others悩み苦しむなやみくるしむto suffer
Others聞き苦しいききぐるしいuncomfortable
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