To Be Found
To Come Upon, To Come Across
intransitive verb, godan verb
This word consists of kanji with hiragana attached. Because the hiragana ends with an う sound, you know this word is a verb. It's made up of the kanji for see and right, so what happens when you see the right thing? You manage to come upon what you're looking for or to be found, if you're the one who's lost and you see the right people that are looking for you.
Note: This verb is almost always used in the negative form. It is very, very rare for it to be positive. So when you're using it, make sure no one found the thing you're talking about!
The readings for this word are both kun'yomi readings. You've learned both of these readings by now so you should be able to read this on your own.
not be found
can't be found
On a rainy day, you see some people not coming to class.
I went to a convenience store, but I couldn't find any ice cream.
Even if I look closely at the map, I can't find the hotel.