JapaneseEdit

 二日酔い on Japanese Wikipedia
Kanji in this term
ふ(つ)
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kun’yomi

EtymologyEdit

From 二日 (futsuka, second day) +‎ 酔い (yoi, drunkenness, stem form of 酔う (you, to get drunk)).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

二日酔 (ふつかよ) (futsukayoi) (historical hiragana ふつかよひ)

  1. a hangover (illness caused by heavy drinking)
     (ふつ) () ()をする
    futsukayoi o suru
    to be hungover
    • 2004 November 9, Sorachi, Hideaki, “だいじゅうろくくん たびにはパンツはわすれてもUNOウノわすれるな [Lesson 26: Never Forget to Bring UNO on a Trip Even If You Might Forget Your Underwear]”, in ぎんたま [Silver Soul], volume 4 (fiction), Tokyo: Shueisha, →ISBN:
      あー  (から) () (おも)いし  (かん) (ぜん) (ふつ) () ()じゃの〰アッハッハッハッハッ
      Ā karada mo omoishi Kanzen ni futsukayoi ja no~ ahhahhahhahha'
      Man, my body feels all heavy. Must be the hangover~ ahahahaha