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ボク/BOKU/    モク/MOKU/    /ki/    こ-/ko-/BOKU/ボク/    MOKU/モク/    ki//    ko-/こ-/

tree;  wood Frencharbre;  bois (matière) Portugueseárvore;  madeira Spanishárbol;  madera

Radical: (tree).   Strokes: 4画.   Pinyin: .   Hangul:  [mog]  [mo].   Nanori:  /  / もとgu / mo / moto.

Jōyō Kanji 1st Grade.   JLPT N5.

Example compounds:
ボクBOKUしんぼくshinboku】sacred tree; support pillars of the traditional fire festival bonfires
いちぼくichiboku】one tree
ろうぼくrōboku】old tree
モクMOKUもくちょうmokuchō】wood carving; woodcraft
もくへんmokuhen】block (of wood); chip; splinter
もくぶmokubu】wooden part; xylem
kiうらきどurakido】back door
接ぎつぎきtsugiki】grafting
Codepoints and classification codes:
6728Unicode
44-58JIS X 0208
4-4-3SKIP
4a0.1TKD
4090.0Four Corner
1864De Roo
Dictionary indices:
2170Classic Nelson
2531The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3450New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
2149Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
195Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
148A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
109Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
17Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
14415Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 6 p. 1
69A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
22Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
15Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
60Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
17Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
36Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
255The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
20Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
1.AJapanese for Busy People by the AJLT
1045Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
199Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

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ケン/KEN/    つるぎ/tsurugi/KEN/ケン/    tsurugi/つるぎ/

sabre;  sword;  blade;  clock hand Frenchsabre;  épée;  lame;  aiguille de montre Portuguesesabre;  espada;  lâmina;  ponteiro de relógio Spanishsable;  espada;  hoja de espada

Radical: (knife).   Strokes: 10画.   Elements: 刂口人个.   Variants: .   Pinyin: jiàn.   Hangul:  [geom].

Jōyō Kanji High School.   JLPT N1.

Example compounds:
ケンKENけんごうkengō】master fencer
けんげきkengeki】sword play; samurai drama
じゅうけんjūken】bayonet
つるぎtsurugiを抜くつるぎをぬくtsurugiwonuku】to draw a sword
諸刃のもろはのつるぎmorohanotsurugi】two-edged sword
の山つるぎのやまtsuruginoyama】mountain (in hell) covered in swords, which are buried so their tips point upward
Codepoints and classification codes:
5263Unicode
23-85JIS X 0208
1-8-2SKIP
2f8.5TKD
8250.0Four Corner
2843De Roo
Dictionary indices:
696Classic Nelson
498The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
1672New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
1096Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
1671Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
1248A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
1151Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
1436Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
2076Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 2 p. 295
1214A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
879Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
1095Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
1310Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
791Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
198Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
1687Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig
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