person

Usages of person

ひとhito
person
person
big

This guy is so big that everywhere he goes, there's only space for one person.

ひとhitori
one person; alone
lack; yawn

A person without a sword shows a lack of caution.

meat

Inside a person, there's a lot of meat.

umbrella

An umbrella offers a temporary roof to up to four people. Ten would be too much however.

にん〜nin
people counter
ふたfutari
two people
fire

Soon, a horned person will arrive, and everything will be on fire.

night

Even if you put a lid on your person and the winter is dotted, the night will still be cold.

springtime

If three persons see the sun, you know it's springtime.

graduate

Ten people put a lid on their student life when they graduate.

じんこうjinkou
manmade, artificial
りょうにんryourinin
cook
husband

Thanks to your husband, you are now two persons.

じん〜jin
person from ... (suffix for indicating nationality, race or origin)
inside

Inside every upside down box, there's a person.

じんbijin
beautiful woman
じんせいjinsei
life
じんこうjinkou
population
sitting

Two people on the soil, clearly they are sitting.

(ご)しゅじん(go)shujin
husband

Note how, just as with ない the kanji in this word correspond to traditional gender roles.

The problem is that though among friends you can use おっと, in a less casual setting there's not currently really a good alternative to しゅじん to politely refer to someone else's husband.

ゆうじんyuujin
friend
にんninki
popularity
しゅじんshujin
owner (of a store); landlord
protection

A person with a spear offers you protection.

となotona
adult
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