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Meaning of 息

breath, son, interest (on money)


musu, soku



Learn Japanese kanji: 【 ムス、ソク / いき 】.

Meaning: breath, son, interest (on money).

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Example #1

kare wa koukai no tameiki o tsuita.
He let out a sigh of regret.
Example #2

watashi wa hashiru to ikigire ga shimasu.
I get short of breath when I run.
Example #3

watashi no musuko wa mousugu 24 sai desu.
My son will be 24 years old soon.
Example #4

kore ga kanojo kara no saigo no shousoku da.
This is the last news from her.
Example #5

kare wa yasui risoku de okane o kashite iru.
He lends money at low interest.

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