ache 痛む

December 29, 2015 =========
☆ ache 痛む
Well, that is strange! I just checked the meaning of the Japanese word on Eijiro on the Web, using, and it said that the translation of today’s word is “go home”… it also said, “ache”, but I must admit I have never heard of “go home” being used to mean “ache”, have you? If you have, please let me know on Facebook, I’d love to hear from you!
In any case, today’s word means “ache” and it can be used to describe a feeling of pain in part of your body, for example, “My legs still ache after our gym class on the weekend!” Or “She ached all over.”
It can also describe the feeling of longing or unhappiness; when your heart “aches” for something or someone, meaning that you want it or them very much but cannot have it.