死人

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Japanese[edit]

Kanji in this term
Grade: 3 Grade: 1

Noun[edit]

死人 (hiragana しにん, romaji shinin), 死人 (hiragana しびと, romaji shibito)

  1. a dead person, a corpse
    • (2003) Hellsing vol. 6, chapter 40 最終的な想像 5 (Final Fantasy 5), page 59
      死人が喋るな!
      しにんがしゃべるな!
      Shinin ga shaberu na!
      Speak not, you corpse!

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Mandarin[edit]

simpl. and trad.

Etymology[edit]

From  ("to die; dead; death") +  ("person").

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Beijing)
    (Noun) IPA(key): /sz̩²¹⁴⁻²¹¹ ʐən³⁵/
    (Verb) IPA(key): /sz̩²¹⁽⁴⁾  ʐən³⁵/
    (Adverb) IPA(key): /sz̩²¹⁴  ʐən³⁵/, /sz̩¹²  ʐən³⁵/, /z̻z̩¹²  ʐən³⁵/

Noun[edit]

死人 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin sǐrén)

  1. dead person
  2. corpse
  3. (colloquial, often jocular) an unpleasant person, bastard, son of a bitch

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Verb[edit]

死人 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin sǐ rén)

  1. (of a person) to die
  2. (usually in exaggerations) to make people die, to be dangerous

Adverb[edit]

死人 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin sǐrén)

  1. (analysable as ("intensifying adverb") + ("person")) to be ... enough to make people die, an intensifying suffix; an augmented form of "adj. + 人" phrases (usually expressing frustration, discomfort, surprise)