Synonyms for daite or Related words with daite

dakishimete              wasurenai              aitai              dekinai              shinjite              aishiteru              yobu              aisuru              itsumo              shite              anata              omoi              zutto              ikite              koete              shiawase              tsuite              negai              yasashiku              soshite              yasashisa              nante              omou              ichiban              honto              ichido              yakusoku              nemurenai              yasashii              itoshii              jibun              watashi              ikenai              shiranai              kuchibiru              kimochi              naritai              tadaima              atsumete              hitori              itsumademo              monotachi              tooku              yoru              junjou              otoko              kanojo              omoide              tameni              boku             

Examples of "daite"
An Fáinne Nua Daite (The new coloured "Fáinne").
"Second Morning" was released in July 1999, and contained the singles "Daite Hold on Me!", "Memory Seishun no Hikari", "Manatsu no Kōsen", and "Furusato". "Daite Hold on Me!" and "Manatsu no Kōsen" were remixed.
The OVA 'Haru o Daite', otherwise known as "Embracing Love", has two episodes (30 minutes long).
17. PLEASE GO ON ('Daite yo! PLEASE GO ON' Korean Ver.) | PLEASE GO ON ('抱いてよ!PLEASE GO ON' Korean Ver.)
It was released both on CD with the catalogue number EPCE-5025 and MiniDisc with the catalogue number EPYE-5025. It includes Morning Musume's first #1 single, Daite Hold on Me!.
"Afuresō na Ai, Daite/Namida o Fuite" is a double A-side single released only a month after "Kaze/Okuru Kotoba." Like "Kaze" before it, "Afuresō na Ai, Daite" was written by Yoshiko Miura, composed by Tetsurō Oda, and arranged by Nobuyuki Shimizu. The song was used in commercials for the Lotte ice cream Soh, starring Ueto herself. CDJournal described it as an "unusual breakup song" and complimented its "literally fresh melody," while Barks likened the song to Seiko Matsuda's 1980 hit "Aoi Sangoshō," which was also written by Miura.
For a chance to win one of the 300 copies issued of the official remix CD "Kaze: Home Grown Mix", a special campaign for purchasers of both "Kaze/Okuru Kotoba" and "Afuresō na Ai, Daite/Namida o Fuite" was held until August 31, 2004.
Other Event Vs include Morning Musume's "", "Iroppoi Jirettai" and "Kanashimi Twilight", Cute's "Sakura Chirari", "Meguru Koi no Kisetsu", "Tokaikko Junjō", "Lalala Shiawase no Uta", "Namida no Iro", and album "", and the Event V for Maki Goto's "Daite yo! Please Go On",
Among the participants of Yota Space 2012 are (France), LAb[au] (Belgium), MSA Visuals (UK), Danniel Hirschman (Germany), Nordic Creative (Norway), Studio Roosergaarde (Netherlands), Zigelbaum + Coelho (USA/Brazil), Jonas Heuer (Germany), Martin Richardson & Chris Levine (UK), Lawrence Malstaf (Belgium), Felix Luque Sanchez (Spain), John Miserendino, Charles Carcopino (Italy), Kurt Hentschläger (Austria / USA), Motoi Ishibashi & Daite Manabe (Japan), Russian Visuals Artists (Russia) and many others.
"Afuresō na Ai, Daite/Namida o Fuite" debuted on the Oricon Daily Singles chart at number 10, where it remained for three consecutive days, starting July 27, 2004. It peaked at number 10 on the Oricon Weekly Singles chart, with 18,672 copies sold in its first week. The single charted for eight weeks and has sold a total of 33,723 copies.
"In My Arms Tonight" is the 5th single by Zard and released 9 September 1992 under B-Gram Records label. It was released one month after previous single "Nemurenai Yoru wo Daite" and one week after album "Hold Me". The single debuted at #9 rank first week. It charted for 13 weeks and sold over 322,000 copies.
On February, 1998, she released her 2nd single, ""Sotsugyō" —Top of the World—", a cover song for The Carpenters' Top of the World. The lyrics of the song was written by Makoto of Sharm Q, peaking at number 35 on the Oricon Singles Chart. Michiyo released her first studio album "Teenage Dream" on March 25, 1998, peaking at number 50 on the Oricon Albums Chart. ""Daikirai"" was released for Michiyo's third single on July 1, 1998. The song was again composed by Hatake, peaking at number 50 on the Oricon Singles Chart. "Morning Cop "Daite Hold on Me!" OST" was released on September 30, 1998, under the names of Michiyo Heike and Morning Musume, peaking at number 18 on the Oricon Albums Chart. ""Dakedo aishi sugite"" was released Michiyo's fourth single from the joint OST album "Morning Cop "Daite Hold on Me!"" on October 25, 1998, peaking at number 95 on the Oricon Singles Chart.
He made his official CD debut as part of boyband NEWS in 2004 under the Johnny's Entertainment label and later debuted as a solo artist in 2006 with the hit single "Daite Senorita". He released his first solo album in 2011 and left NEWS in the same year. His first post-NEWS single, was released under Warner Music Japan in 2012. Warner Music Japan only as his label for music release, his agency and career management remain under Johnny's Entertainment and Johnny & Associates.
This album features several songs with different versions from the originals. "Ai no Bakayarō" has a slightly different arrangement, while "Suki Sugite Baka Mitai" is Goto's solo version of the original DEF.DIVA song. "Daite yo! Please Go On" is a live version recorded at the "Hello! Project 2005 Natsu no Kayou Show -'05 Selection! Collection!-" concert, while "Sayonara no Love Song" and "Afurechau...Be in Love" are new arrangements that have a different character from the original versions.
In 1989, Minamino switched talent agencies, moving from S1 Company to the private Southern Field agency. In the 1992 film "Kantsubaki", she made her first nude appearance, closely followed by her second in "Watashi o Daite, Soshite Kiss-shite" that same year. Minamino was nominated for the 16th Annual Japan Academy Prize for "Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role" (basically "Best Actress") for her performances in both of these films.
Nakamura's fifth single marked the promotion of her second album titled "Watashi wo Daite Kudasai". The album was released on 5 December 2007. "Ringo Uri", the album's first single, premiered on 27 June 2007, and peaked at number 30 on the Oricon charts. The album's second single, "Hadaka Denkyū", premiered on 21 November. "Tori no Mure", the album's third single and her seventh overall, received minor airplay.
His literary career began with a short story published in 1917: "Shinkeibyo Jidai" (“The Neurotic Age”), in which he attacked the nihilism and moral decadence of contemporary intellectuals. A supporter of leftist politics, he was initially attracted to the Proletarian Literature Movement in the 1930s. During the 1930s he published "Futari no Fukomono" (“Two Unfortunate People”) and "Shiji o Daite" (“Embracing a Dead Child”), both objective stories, and "Yamori" (“Gecko”) and "Nami no Ue" (“On the Waves”), which belonged to the I novel genre.
In March 2014, Nakagawa appeared in the mother-daughter soul swapping drama "Konya wa Kokoro Dake Daite", in which he portray the role Toru Motomiya, the daughter's love interest. He was also cast alongside Yudai Chiba and Ryo Yoshizawa "Suikyu Yankees" in which baka trio was formed, the drama is set in high school and focuses on water polo which starred Yuto Nakajima and Kento Yamazaki. Later on that year, he was again reunited with Yoshizawa as they starred as Nube's students in the live-action adaptation of "Hell Teacher Nūbē".
Her 1991 first single, "Good-bye My Loneliness," sold very well, but her next two faltered. The "Good-bye My Loneliness" promotion video depicts a youthful and energetic Sakai. A decade after her debut, she listed this song as one of her most memorable pieces, especially because she had to sing it over a hundred times to get the recording right. Her fourth single, "Nemurenai Yoru o Daite" (Hold me through the sleepless night) was extremely successful, leading to four television appearances. And her best was still to come.
In early 1998, the girls were ready with their first official single, "Morning Coffee". The success of this single (hitting number six on the Japanese pop charts) brought them three new members known as the second generation: Kei Yasuda, Mari Yaguchi, and Sayaka Ichii, bringing the total member count to eight. The second single, "Summer Night Town", was the first single of the new lineup—a mature pop tune about unsuccessfully attempting to hide one's true feelings. Their third single, "Daite Hold on Me!", continued in the same vein musically as Summer Night Town, and managed to hit number one on the charts. Leader Nakazawa also started her solo career.