child

Note

A child, if you have even one you know your life is finished.

Usages of child

study

Every child with a mind is forced to study.

child
like

Women like children, men hate them both.

play
どもkodomo
child
さんokosan
child (polite)
むすmusuko
son
ko
child
いぬkoinu
puppy
じょzyosi
woman, girl

The term 女子 in Japanese refers to a girl or young woman, but the specific age range it covers can vary depending on the context. Generally, 女子 is used to refer to females from early childhood up to their late twenties.

In schools, 女子学生 refers to female students of any age, from elementary through university. In sports and other activities, 女子 might be used to distinguish female participants, again without strict age limits.

However, in more formal or official contexts, 女子 might be more closely associated with younger females, particularly those in the schooling age range up to young adulthood.

teach

All old people agree: to teach a child, you strike it.

ぼうbousi
hat
isu
chair
okasi
candy; sweets; snacks
nourish

By looking at the nails of a child, you can see whether it is nourished well.

character

If you put a crown on a child, it will ruin its character.

thick

You see a thick child hiding from the sun under a cliff.

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