為る

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Japanese[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Kanji in this term

Grade: S
kun’yomi
Alternative spelling
爲る (kyūjitai)
For pronunciation and definitions of 為る – see the following entry.
する
[verb] (intransitive)
[verb] (of inanimate objects) to exist; to come up
[verb] (of a specified state; of a specified quality) to exist (in someone or something)
[verb] to be worth; to have the value of
[verb] (of time) to pass; to elapse
[verb] (transitive)
[verb] to do; to perform an action
[verb] to act as; to play a role of
[verb] to render; to make become (used as the suppletive causative form of なる (naru))
[verb] (to be in a specified state; to have a specified quality) to be
[verb] to wear (accessories)
[verb] to decide; to choose or to make a judgment
[verb] (informal) to do it; to have sex
[verb] (auxiliary)
[verb] "Adverb + する ", forming predicates or attributives from adverbs.
[verb] "Verbal noun + emphatic particle (e.g. , , こそ, さえ) + する ", emphasizing the verb.
[verb] "Volitional form of verb + + する ": to be about to; to incline to
[verb] " / + する ", to give a condition or standpoint, either real or hypothetical: if / since; assuming that / now that
[verb] (humble) " ()/() + verbal noun + する ", a humble form of the verb.
(This term, 為る, is an alternative spelling of the above term.)

Etymology 2[edit]

Kanji in this term

Grade: S
kun’yomi
Alternative spelling
爲る (kyūjitai)
For pronunciation and definitions of 為る – see the following entry.
なる
[verb] to be achieved; to be completed
[verb] to become; to change into
[verb] (impersonal) to reach a time; to get to a timepoint
[verb] to reach an amount/quantity
[verb] (with negative) to be acceptable; to be tolerable
[verb] (in some set phrases) to be made; to be produced; to be created
[verb] (shogi) to promote
[verb] (honorific) In the form of " ()/() + verbal noun + なる ", a honorific form of the verb.
[verb] adnominal of なり (nari, to be)
Alternative spellings
成る, 為る
(This term, 為る, is an alternative spelling of the above term.)