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unhappiness, misfortune ごこう
How to say “unhappiness, misfortune” in Japanese? “ごこう”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ごこう” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on unhappiness, misfortune in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word "ごこう" (fukou):

1. Mnemonic: Think of "fu" as representing a negative prefix (like in "fu-un" which means misfortune) and "kou" which sounds like "coat." Imagine a heavy, unlucky coat that you wear when you're feeling unhappy or experiencing misfortune.
2. Visual: Picture someone carrying a heavy load of unlucky items in their coat pockets, each item representing an aspect of misfortune or unhappiness.


Unhappiness: A state of feeling dissatisfied, sad, or unfulfilled.
Misfortune: A situation or event that brings about disappointment, hardship, or bad luck.

Other words that mean the same thing:

侍運 (ごうん, fuun): Misfortune or bad luck.
çœé›Ł (さいăȘん, sainan): Disaster, calamity, or misfortune.
æ‚Čしみ (かăȘしみ, kanashimi): Sadness, sorrow.

Alternate meanings like slang: "ごこう" (fukou) does not have commonly used slang meanings, and it generally maintains its traditional definitions of unhappiness or misfortune.

Examples of sentences that use "ごこう" (fukou):

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– Kare wa shougai ni watatte ooku no fukou o keiken a.
– He experienced a lot of misfortune throughout his life.

2. ăăźçŸ„ă‚‰ă›ăŻćœŒă«æ·±ă„äžćčžă‚’ă‚‚ăŸă‚‰ă—ăŸă€‚
– Sono shirase wa kare ni fukai fukou o motaraa.
– That news brought him deep unhappiness.

3. ćœŒć„łăŻäžćčžăȘ柶ćș­ă§è‚Čった。
– Kanojo wa fukou na katei de sodatta.
– She grew up in an unhappy household.

4. ćœŒăŻćŒ·ă„ćżƒă§ăăźäžćčžă‚’äč—ă‚Šè¶ŠăˆăŸă€‚
– Kare wa tsuyoi kokoro de sono fukou o norikoeta.
– He overcame that misfortune with a strong spirit.

Romanized characters:
– Kanji: 䞍ćčž
– Hiragana: ごこう
– Romanji: Fukou

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