変化

JapaneseEdit

Kanji in this term
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Etymology 1Edit

From (hen, change) + (ka, change into)

NounEdit

変化 (shinjitai kanji, kyūjitai kanji 變化, hiragana へんか, romaji henka)

  1. change in society, climate, or condition, transformation, variety
  2. variation
  3. declension
Derived termsEdit
  • 変化球 (henkakyū): (baseball) ball with a change of speed
  • 変化形 (henkakei): variation
  • 格変化 (kakuhenka): (linguistics) declension; change of case
  • 大変化 (daihenka): major change
  • 音変化 (onpenka): change in sound
  • 相変化型光ディスク (sōhenka-gatahikeri-disuku): (computing) phase change optical disk
  • 緯度変化 (ido henka): latitude variation
  • 化学変化 (kagaku henka): chemical change
  • 可逆変化 (kagyaku henka): reversible change
  • 環境変化 (kankyō henka): environmental change
  • 経年変化 (keinen henka): change over the years
  • 構造変化 (kōzō henka): structural change
  • 語形変化 (gokei henka): (linguistics) inflection of words
  • 語尾変化 (gobi henka): inflection
  • 状態変化 (jōtai henka): (computing) state change
  • 非ゼロ復帰変化記録 (hizero-fukki-henka-kiroku): non-return-to-zero recording

VerbEdit

変化 + する (shinjitai kanji, kyūjitai kanji 變化, hiragana へんかする, romaji henka suru)

  1. to change, to vary
    気候変化し
    きこうがへんかした。
    kikō ga henka shita.
    The climate has changed.
ConjugationEdit
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Etymology 2Edit

From (hen, abnormal) + (ke, change oneself into)

NounEdit

変化 (hiragana へんげ, romaji henge)

  1. goblin, ghost; an apparition
Derived termsEdit
Last modified on 21 August 2013, at 17:37