Appendix:Gikun Usage in Meiji Version of Japanese Bible/一個

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Japanese[edit]

Kanji in this term
Grade: 1 Grade: 5
Irregular

Etymology[edit]

Gikun word derived by applying Chinese-derived spelling 一個 (a, an), a term which decomposes into (one) + (individual), to native Japanese verb ひとり (hitori, one person).

Noun[edit]

一個 (ひとり)[1] (hitori) → 一人 (ひとり) (hitori),  (いっ) () (ikko),  (いっ) () (ikka)

  1. a (person)

Quotations[edit]

  1. ^ OT, page 4:
    アダム (その) (つま)エバを () (かれ) (はら)みてカインを ()みて (いひ)けるは (われ)ヱホバによりて一個 (ひとり) (ひと) ()たりと
    Adamu sono tsuma Eba wo shiru kare haramite Kain wo umite iikeru wa ware Ehoba ni yorite hitori no hito wo etari to
    And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the Lord.