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Meaning of 亡

deceased, dying


bou, mou



Learn Japanese kanji: 【 ボウ、モウ / な(くなる) 】.

Meaning: deceased, dying.

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Example #1

watashi no sobo ga byouki de nakunatta.
My grandmother died of illness.
Example #2

kanojo wa koutsuu jikou de shibou shita.
She died in a traffic accident.
Example #3

kono byouki wa shibouritsu ga takai desu.
This disease has a high mortality rate.
Example #4

sono hannin wa densha no mado kara toubou shita.
The criminal escaped through the train window.
Example #5

kinou no jiko de 10 nin kurai no boushi datta.
About 10 children died in yesterday's accident.

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