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boisterous dance in Kanji



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One of the four-letter idioms, it means to be so happy that you can’t help but dance. This word expresses the feeling of being so happy that your body moves involuntarily, rather than the feeling of being happy.
Japanese says “Kyo ki ran bu”.

Origin of boisterous dance(Kyokiranbu)

“Kyoki” expresses a state of maddening joy, while “Ranbu” expresses a state of chaotic dancing. This is the word that applies when a person bursts into ecstasy and expresses joy when the greatest event has happened.

This phrase is a word that can express the joy that makes your head go blank when you are really happy and can’t help it.

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