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(specific) day, sun, daytime ひ
How to say “(specific) day, sun, daytime” in Japanese? “ひ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ひ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on (specific) day, sun, daytime in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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ひ info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Imagine a picture of the sun with rays shining down, symbolizing 'day' and 'sun'.
– Remember how the sun (ひ, hi) brightens the day.

– ひ (hi) is a general term that can mean 'day,' 'sun,' or 'daytime'.
– It’s a part of many words related to time and light.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 息日 (いきび, ikibi) – daytime
– 日中 (にっちゅう, nicchuu) – during the day

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In some contexts, ひ (hi) can refer to the presence of sunlight or opportunities, as in "a sunny spot" metaphorically meaning a good or favorable position.

Examples of sentences that use it:
– 今日はいいひですね。
– Kyou wa ii hi desu ne.
– Today is a good day, isn't it?

– ひの光がまぶしい。
– Hi no hikari ga mabushii.
– The sunlight is dazzling.

– あのひは忘れられない。
– Ano hi wa wasurerarenai.
– That day is unforgettable.

– ひが暮れる前に帰ります。
– Hi ga kureru mae ni kaerimasu.
– I will return before the day ends.

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ひ info.

ひ (hi)

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Imagine a tiny spark (ひ) lighting up in the dark.
– Think of the shape of the hiragana character ひ as resembling a curling flame.
– Associate "hi" with "heat" to remind yourself it relates to fire.

– The word ひ (hi) directly translates to "fire" or "flame" in English. It encompasses all forms of fire, from a small spark to a large blaze.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 火 (ひ, hi): The kanji form, which also means fire.
– 炎 (ほのお, honoo): Specifically means "flame" or "blaze."

Alternate Meanings (Slang, Extended):
– 火 (ひ, hi) can sometimes be used metaphorically to represent passion, anger, or danger.

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
1. 火が燃えている。
Hi ga moete iru.
The fire is burning.

2. キャンプファイヤーの火が暖かい。
Kyanpufaiyā no hi ga atatakai.
The campfire's flame is warm.

3. マッチで火をつけた。
Macchi de hi o tsuketa.
I lit the fire with a match.

4. 彼の情熱は火のようだ。
Kare no jounetsu wa hi no yōda.
His passion is like a fire.

5. その知らせは火のように広がった。
Sono shirase wa hi no you ni hirogatta.
The news spread like wildfire.

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ひ info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Associating the rising sun with Japan and the word "ひ" which sounds like the start of "horizon," where the sun rises.
– Visualize a calendar where each day (ひ) is marked by a small sun symbol to remind you of the connection.

– "ひ" (hi) is a common Japanese word for "day." It is often used to specify a day within dates or in general conversation about days.
– "ひ" can also have different readings and meanings depending on the kanji used, e.g., 日 (ひ, "day" or "sun") and 火 (ひ, "fire").

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "にち" (nichi) – Another reading for the character 日, typically used in compound words or dates.
– "デイ" (dei) – Direct katakana transliteration from English "day," used in modern contexts.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– As "ひ" (hi) by itself, there isn't much slang, but in combination with other words, it can gain different meanings. For example:
– "おもうひ" (omouhi) – A day of remembrance.
– "まいにち" (mainichi) – Every day, where "まい" (mai) means "every," and "にち" (nichi) is another reading for "day."

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 昨日(きのう)はいいひだった。
(Kinou wa ii hi datta.)
Yesterday was a good day.

2. 今日(きょう)は忙しいひです。
(Kyou wa isogashii hi desu.)
Today is a busy day.

3. あのひは忘れられない。
(Ano hi wa wasurerarenai.)
I can't forget that day.

4. 海に行くひは楽しみです。
(Umi ni iku hi wa tanoshimi desu.)
I'm looking forward to the day we go to the beach.

5. 毎日(まいにち)同じひです。
(Mainichi onaji hi desu.)
Every day is the same.

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