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You are essentially correct. The phrase おやすみなさい(お休みなさい・御休みなさい if you are choosing to write with the characters)is a conjugation of the verb 休む (やすむ:rest, take a day off, lie down etc.), from which the noun 休み(やすみ)is also derived. So, the link is a direct one. To be specific, おやすみなさい is a (one of various!) polite imperative form of the verb 休む. The なさい and ...


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悪夢から一夜明け、アインのもとで訓練を重ねる日々が始まった。 The から is a 助詞(particle), meaning "after~" (or "from~" "since~"). (The plural suffix ら should be attached to a noun or pronoun.) Is the reason the dictionary claims のもとで/もと is a noun I don't think they claim のもとで is a noun. They're saying もと (下) is a noun, and that ~のもとで can be used to mean "under~~". I think you could ...


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