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ちばりょー【気張りょー】

 Ryukyu (Okinawa: Yanbaru)

chibaryoo

Definition

Imperative verb

  1. An expression of encouragement roughly meaning: "Keep it up", "Good luck", "Do your best", "You can do it", "You can pull through", "Hang in there", "Go all out", etc.

Etymology

Derived from the imperative きばれ【気張れ】 kibare followed by the emphatic particle よ yo. Cognate to the Yoron variant きばりょー kibaryoo; Kagoshima きばい kibai "do your best; keep at it"; Aomori けっぱれ keppare; Yamagata きんばれ kinbare; and standard Japanese きばれ kibare "go all out".

Notes

Plain form: ちばゆん【気張ゆん】 chibuyun or ちばいん【気張いん】 chibain.

意味:がんばれ【頑張れ】

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