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Etymology 1Edit

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あつい (-i inflection, rōmaji atsui)

  1. 熱い: so hot that it is difficult to touch or eat
    わたしは (あつ)スープを ()んだ。
    Watashi wa atsui sūpu o nonda.
    I drank hot soup.
  2. 熱い: to feel one's body temperature being high
  3. 熱い: ardent, enthusiastic
  4. 熱い: passionate (of love between a couple)
  5. 暑い: distressingly hot (of atmosphere or weather)
    この部屋 (へや) (あつ)kono heya wa atsui.It is hot in this room.
    今年 (ことし) (なつ) (あつ)ぎる。kotoshi no natsu wa atsusu giru.It is too hot this summer.
    日差 (ひざ)しが (あつ)hizashi ga atsui.The sunlight is scorching.
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Etymology 2Edit

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

あつい (-i inflection, rōmaji atsui)

  1. 厚い: thick
     (あつ)辞書 (じしょ)atsui jishoa thick dictionary
    大統領 (だいとうりょう)支持層 (しじそう) (あつ)daitōryō no shijisō wa atsui.The president has a broad base of support.
  2. 厚い, 篤い: hearty, sincere, warm
     (かれ) (じょう)あつい (ひと)だ。kare wa jō ni atsui hito da.He is an affectionate man.
    信仰 (しんこう) (あつ)キリスト教徒 (きょうと)shinkō no atsui kirisuto kyōtoa devout Christian
  3. 篤い: serious (of sickness)
     (わたし)あつい (やまい) (わずら)っている。
    Watashi wa atsui yamai o wazuratte iru.
    I am seriously ill.
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ReferencesEdit
  1. ^ 2006, 大辞林 (Daijirin), Third Edition (in Japanese), Tōkyō: Sanseidō, ISBN 4-385-13905-9
  2. ^ 1974, 新明解国語辞典 (Shin Meikai Kokugo Jiten), Second Edition (in Japanese), Tōkyō: Sanseidō