My problem is differentiating between the then verbs associated with 上 and 下.
These verbs are: 上がる、上げる、上る、上す、下がる、下げる、下る、下さる、下りる、下ろす。 [:'(] I did some research, and this is what I came up with. I am unsure if it is correct.
Agaru = to go up (to rise, go up, come up, ascend, to hurry up, etc.)
Noboru = to climb up
Ageru = to make go up (to raise, lift, pick up, etc.); to increase
According to my research, normally agaru is used when referring to stairs, unless the focus is on the action and not the result. If you want to say it was tiring to go up the stairs, you'd use noboru instead.
Ｎｏｂｏｓｕ also means to serve food or raise a matter in the Kyoto dialect. Uncommon, though.
The up Kanji isn't as bad as the down Kanji, though.
Sagaru is the opposite of agaru.
Kudaru is the opposite of noboru.
Sageru is the opposite of ageru.
Oriru is similar to kudaru I think.
Orosu is rare. To take down (like a flag). To launch. to drop/to let a person off,....
Kudasaru is to give (honorific)
In the end...I am very confused. [:'(] I know this is a lot to ask, but help will be most appreciated! I have looked everywhere for this information.