Appendix:Gikun Usage in Meiji Version of Japanese Bible/発出す

JapaneseEdit

Kanji in this term
Grade: 3 Grade: 1
Irregular

Etymology 1Edit

Gikun word derived by applying Chinese-derived spelling 発出 (bringing forth), a term which decomposes into (produce) + (put forth), to native Japanese verb いだす (idasu, bring forth), an archaic word which is now written だす (dasu, bring forth).

VerbEdit

発出 (いだ)發出 (いだ)[1](ida.su) →  (いだ) (ida.su),  () (da.su), 発出 (はっしゅつ) (hasshutsu)

  1. bring forth

Etymology 2Edit

Kanji in this term
Grade: 3 Grade: 1
Irregular

Gikun word derived by applying Chinese-derived spelling 発出 (bringing forth), a term which decomposes into (produce) + (put forth), to native Japanese words ふくれ (fukure, swell expand) + いだ.す (idasu, bring forth). The Gikun word thus formed clearly refers to the fermentation process by which the yeast spoken of in the parable of Luke 13:21, brings forth metabolic byproducts which cause the dough to swell.

VerbEdit

発出 (ふくれいだ)發出 (ふくれいだ)[2](fukure-ida.su) →  (ふく) (いだ) (fuku.re-ida.su),  (ふく) () (fuku.re-da.su), 発出 (はっしゅつ) (hasshutsu)

  1. to leaven (referring to the action of yeast bringing forth byproducts of fermentation causing dough to swell)

QuotationsEdit

  1. ^ OT, page 1:
     (かみ) (いひ)たまひけるは ()靑草 (あをくさ) () () (しやう)ずる () ()其類 (そのるゐ) (したが) () (むす)びみづから (たね)をもつ (ところ) () (むす) () () () ()べしと (すなは) (かく)なりぬ
    Kami ii tamaikeru wa chi wa aokusa to tane wo shōzuru kusa to sono rui ni shitagai mi wo musubi mizukara tane wo motsu tokoro no mi wo musubu ki wo chi ni idasubeshi to sunawachi kaku narinu
    And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so
  2. ^ NT, page 96:
    麪酵 (ぱんだね) (ごと) (をんな)これを (とり)三斗 (さんど) () (なか) (かく)せば (ことごと)發出 (ふくれいだ)なり
    Pandane no gotoshi onna kore wo torite sando no ko no naka ni kakuseba kotogotoku fukure-idasu nari.
    It is like leaven, which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened.