Synonyms for yoru or Related words with yoru

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Examples of "yoru"
Shiroi Yoru (literally "White Night") is an X Japan live DVD released on July 25, 2007. It contains the band's performance at the Tokyo Dome on December 31, 1994. A DVD containing the concert from the previous night ("Aoi Yoru") was released on the same day, along with a limited edition, containing both concerts and additional material (see "Aoi Yoru Shiroi Yoru Complete Edition").
Aoi Yoru (literally "Blue Night") is an X Japan live DVD released on July 25, 2007. It contains the band's performance at the Tokyo Dome on December 30, 1994. A DVD containing the concert from the following night ("Shiroi Yoru") was released on the same day, along with a limited edition, containing both concerts and additional material (see "Aoi Yoru Shiroi Yoru Complete Edition").
"Banshee's Last Cry" has been ported on the PlayStation as ""Kamaitachi no Yoru Tokubetsu Hen"" (December 3, 1998) and the Game Boy Advance as ""Kamaitachi no Yoru ~Advance~"" (June 28, 2002). It has also been released on the J-PHONE as ""Kamaitachi no Yoru mini"" (April 1, 2002), and on PC as ""Kamaitachi no Yoru internet"" (July 1, 2002). i-mode began its own release on January 30, 2004. The main story was also included in the PlayStation 2 sequel "Kamaitachi no Yoru × 3", with minor changes made to the script. On January 24, 2014, Aksys Games released the game in English for iOS.
A similar competition was started upon the release of "Kamaitachi no Yoru 2". "Anata dake no Kamaitachi no Yoru" went out of print after several years, but was re-published following the release of the game sequel.
"Yoru no Hate" peaked at number 64 on the Oricon Chart in Japan.
"Subete no Yoru to Subete no Asa ni Tamborine o Narasu no da" (November 2, 2005)
The band performed the songs "Akane Sasu, Kiro Terasaredo...," "Tsumiki Asobi," "Onaji Yoru" and "Morphine."
"15. "Malam Hari Selasa, Pagi Hari Rabu"(Kayoubi no Yoru Suiyobi no Asa)
"Sound Theater: Arashi no Yoru ni" was released on December 22, 2006.
Yoru no kiba (夜の牙) is a 1958 color Japanese film directed by Umetsugu Inoue.
Aoi Yoru Shiroi Yoru Complete Edition is an X Japan box set released on July 25, 2007 as a limited edition. It collects the "Aoi Yoru" and "Shiroi Yoru" concert DVDs released separately on the same day, along with a DVD of an interview with Yoshiki and a CD version of the "Longing ~Togireta Melody~" demo tape (often mistaken as "Fumikireta Melody"), which was originally distributed at the concerts on December 30 and 31, 1994. It ranked number one in music DVD sales and number 14 in overall DVD sales the week it was released.
Sora's alternate personality. Unlike Sora, Yoru is both shrewd and flirtatious. He is considered the seme of the couple. Yoru loves Ran, but he isn't above flirting with anyone. He loves Ran and will often show it when in bed with him (which embarrasses Sunao in the aftermath). However, Yoru will protect Sora when he feels a need. In the game, he also likes to joke around with Sora by placing images of Sora's friends in odd positions (including Sunao and Ran, Hiromu, Nanami, and oddly enough, Yoru himself). Yoru can be distinguished from Sora by his slightly darker hair, increased height, deeper voice and a glowing amber left eye. He is also usually seen with a long white piece of cloth tied to his right arm. In one of the drama CDs it is said that he tried to kill himself because he left Ran in the lab, and wears the white cloth as a memento. (Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu)
The second B-side track, "Yoru no Tōzokudan" (夜の盗賊団 "Night Thieves"), was written by Masatoshi Mashima.
Carbuncle, Diva, Makai sangokushi CHIMAERA, Nerva shinjuuki, Nighteye (Night Eye), and Yoru no Hitomi (published by Bonita Comics)
The songs "Ōjisama to Yuki no Yoru" and "Nenmatsu Nenshi no Dai Keikaku" from this single are featured on the album "All of Tanpopo". "Ōjisama to Yuki no Yoru" is the third track on the disc while "Nenmatsu Nenshi no Dai Keikaku" is the twelfth.
In general, -"yoru" refers to the progression or continuation of an action or occurrence, while -"choru" refers to the completion, continuation, or result of a condition or status. They are common in many western Japanese dialects. -"yoru" can change to -"yon", while -"choru" can change to -"chon" as well.
Other Western Japanese as Chūgoku and Shikoku dialects has the discrimination of grammatical aspect, -"yoru" in progressive and -"toru" in perfect. In Kansai, some dialects of southern Hyogo and Kii Peninsula have these discrimination, too. In parts of Wakayama, -"yoru" and -"toru" are replaced with -"yaru" and -"taaru/chaaru".
The Shikoku dialect has many similarities to Chūgoku dialect in grammar. Shikoku dialect uses "ken" for "because", and -"yoru" in progressive aspect and -"toru" or -"choru" in the perfect. Some people in Kōchi Prefecture use "kin", "kini", or "ki" instead of "ken", -"yō" (Hata) or -"yū" (Tosa) instead of -"yoru", and -"chō" (Hata) or -"chū" (Tosa) instead of -"choru".
Both "Boku to Hana" and "Yoru no Odoriko" saw commercial and critical success. After three months, "Boku to Hana" certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of Japan, for 100,000 digital downloads to desktop computers, a milestone "Yoru no Odoriko" also achieved seven months after its release. Critics praised "Boku to Hana" as highly entertaining, noting its minimalist electro arrangement and its emotion, while "Yoru no Odoriko"'s progressive structure and trance elements were seen as expressing an essential, core identity and style of Sakanaction.
The opening theme for "Corpse Party: Book of Shadows" is "Hana no Saku Basho" by Imai, and the ending is "Pandora no Yoru", by ARTERY VEIN.