Definition of 意

  • idea
  • mind
  • heart
  • taste
  • thought
  • desire
  • care
  • liking

Readings

On'Yomi (音読み) Kun'yomi (訓読み)

Popular Words With This Kanji

他意, たい

ill will, malice, another intention, secret purpose, ulterior motive, fickleness, double-mindedness

合意, ごうい

agreement, consent, mutual understanding, accord

意見, いけん

opinion, view, comment

意味, いみ

meaning, significance

意識, いしき

consciousness, awareness, sense, mano-vijnana (mental consciousness, cognizer of sensory information)

意向, 意嚮, いこう

intention, idea, inclination

意向, 意嚮, いこう

intention, idea, inclination

意欲, 意慾, いよく

will, desire, ambition

意欲, 意慾, いよく

will, desire, ambition

意思, いし

intention, purpose


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