|Kanji in this term|
- 亡くなる (nakunaru) (polite)
- 崩御する (hougyo-suru) (most honorific) king, queen, emperor, empress
- 身罷る (mimakaru) (classic), (more honorific)
- 去ぬ (inu) (classic)
- くたばる (kutabaru) (vulgar)
- タヒる (tahiru) (slang), (net jargon)
The only modern Japanese verb which ends in ぬ (an older example is 去ぬ (いぬ, inu, “to go, to leave”), which is now archaic). Accordingly, it is used in textbooks to illustrate conjugation of such verbs, despite its morbid subject.