行儀, ぎょうぎ

  • gyōgi
JLPT 3

Definition of 行儀,ぎょうぎ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • manners
  • behavior
  • behaviour

Examples of 行儀,ぎょうぎ in a Sentence

She is quite decent in conduct.
The behavior of her children in public dismayed her.
彼女子供たち行儀にはいつも注意払っている。
She always pays attention to her children's behavior.
彼女はとても行儀よい
She bears herself very well.
It's bad manners to eat on trains and buses in Japan.
I've never minded her behaving badly.
I simply cannot put up with her manners.
フレッド、行儀よくなさい本気言っているのよ。
Fred, behave, and I'm not joking, either.
行儀どうしたの
Where are your manners?
行儀どうなったの。
What about your manners!
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