Yes, it’s helpful! I add things when I don’t know them-- if nothing else, it’s makes re-reading easier. But I bet there are others looking up those words.
I’m not sure what the verb is in this sentence-- it’s in the scene where計、数 and 高竹 are having a consolation drink together:
I figure it splits up like this:
青み が かった。
But what is the verb? 買う？飼う？支う？勝つ？駆る？その他？There are too many possibilities, none of them obvious. Anyone know?
Maybe it’s this: 青みがかった - Jisho.org
Yes, that’s it! I should have learned by now that if something doesn’t make sense, it’s probably a set phrase
Apparently がかる is a verb meaning to seem; to be tinged with.
Today I learnt that Jamaica also has a mountain range called the Blue Mountains. And also Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is a brand of coffee grown in the Blue Mountains.
That’s still a photo of Australia’s Blue Mountains, though, but at least the flag is less random.