to die; impassable; uncrossable; inflexible; rigid
|to die; to perish|
|simp. and trad.
|Kanji in this term|
Used in formal situations, such as in news broadcasts to categorize states of a person as opposed to 生存 (seizon) (survived), 負傷 (fushō) (injured), 行方不明 (yukuefumei) (missing), 昏睡 (konsui) (coma), etc., or as a life event as opposed to 誕生 (tanjō) (birth), 結婚 (kekkon), etc. The general term for death is 死 (shi), and forms of 死ぬ (shinu) are commonly used when talking about a death.
- 死亡記事 (shibō kiji): an obituary
- 死亡者 (shibōsha): a deceased person, the dead
- 死亡者数 (shibōshasū): the number of deaths, the death toll
- 死亡診断書 (shibō shindansho): a death certificate
- 死亡証明書 (shibō shōmeisho): a death certificate
- 死亡証書 (shibō shōsho): a death certificate
- 死亡通知 (shibō tsūchi): a notification or announcement of someone's death
- 死亡率 (shibōritsu): a death rate, rate of mortality, a fatality rate
- 死亡一時金 (shibō ichijikin): under the Japanese national pension system, a lump sum payment to surviving family members
- 死亡賜金 (shibō shikin): (archaic) in past times, a payment to the surviving family of a government official who died on the job
- 死亡表 (shibōhyō): a mortality table, an actuarial table
- 死亡保険 (shibō hoken): term insurance, term life insurance
- to die
- See Thesaurus:死ぬ
- 2002, Ineko Kondō; Fumi Takano; Mary E Althaus; et. al., Shogakukan Progressive Japanese-English Dictionary, Third Edition, Tokyo: Shōgakukan, →ISBN.