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いんぐゎ・いんぐぁ【因果】

 Ryukyu (Okinawa)

ingwa [ʔiŋ̍gʷa]

Definition

Noun

  1. A behaviour or action taken in the past that is considered wrong, immoral or unfortunate. A wrongdoing; a sin; a misdeed; a misfortune; bad luck.
  2. (Usually in compounds) Retribution for a wrong or immoral act. Karma.

Etymology

Attested in the 1896 沖縄語典 Okinawagoten, by Masayo Nakamoto (p. 17). Cognate to standard Japanese いんが【因果】 inga "wrongdoing; karma".

意味:いんが【因果】、いんがおうほう【因果応報】

+ amend/report