可愛い, 可愛ゆい, かわいい, かわゆい

  • kawaii,kawayui
JLPT 5

Definition of 可愛い,可愛ゆい,かわいい,かわゆい

adjective (keiyoushi)

  • cute
  • adorable
  • charming
  • lovely
  • pretty

  • dear
  • precious
  • darling
  • pet

  • cute little
  • tiny

Examples of 可愛い,可愛ゆい,かわいい,かわゆい in a Sentence

ゆりかご眠っているかわいい赤ちゃんご覧なさい
Look at the cute little baby sleeping in the cradle.
My children are very precious to me.
この世にかわいいはただ一人母親にとってはそれはわが
There's only one pretty child in the world, and every mother has it.
オー、かわいいかわいいよ。おろして、抜いて、閉じていなさい
Oh, darling, she said, "sit down, relax, and close your eyes."
七子ちゃんほんとうにかわいいですね。
Nanako is really cute, isn't she?
彼女は可愛そうに思って、その面倒をみた
She cared for the children out of charity.
意外な趣味な・・・転校生」「可愛いから許す
That's an unusual hobby she's got, the transfer student. "She's cute so it's fine with me."
あのなに着てかわいい。
She looks pretty no matter what she wears.
われわれなぜわいいと思う本当理由誰にもらない。
No one knows the real reason why we love dogs.
彼女がかわいいの知っています
I know that she is cute.
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