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コン/KON/    ゴン/GON/    うしとら/ushitora/KON/コン/    GON/ゴン/    ushitora/うしとら/

northeast (Oriental zodiac);  stopping;  good radical (no. 138)

Radical: (stopping).   Strokes: 6画.   Pinyin: gèn / gěn.   Hangul:  [gan].

Example compounds:
ゴンGONじゅごんjugon】dugong (Dugong dugon); sea pig
ごんかごんしょうgonkagonshō】one of the 64 trigrams
ごんgon】gen (one of the trigrams of the I Ching: mountain, northeast)
うしとらushitoraうしとらushitora】northeast
Codepoints and classification codes:
826eUnicode
26-17JIS X 0208
4-6-1SKIP
0a6.7TKD
7773.2Four Corner
Dictionary indices:
3884Classic Nelson
4953The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3517New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
529Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
30596Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 9 p. 500

common

/JI/    みみ/mimi/JI//    mimi/みみ/

ear Frenchoreille Portugueseouvido Spanishoreja;  oído

Radical: (ear).   Strokes: 6画.   Pinyin: ěr.   Hangul:  [i].   Nanori: がみgami.

Jōyō Kanji 1st Grade.   JLPT N3.

Example compounds:
JIぎゅうじるgyūjiru】to control; to take the lead in; to have under one's thumb
ちゅうじchūji】middle ear; tympanum
ないじnaiji】inner ear
みみmimi飾りみみかざりmimikazari】earrings
はつみみhatsumimi】something heard for the first time; hearing something for the first time
慣れるみみなれるmiminareru】to be something familiar
Codepoints and classification codes:
8033Unicode
28-10JIS X 0208
4-6-1SKIP
6e0.1TKD
1040.0Four Corner
3255De Roo
Dictionary indices:
3697Classic Nelson
4715The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3516New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
2190Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
818Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
1323A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
331Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
107Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
28999Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 9 p. 183
29A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
56Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
26Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
79Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
32Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
61Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
169Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
1582Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
826Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

common

ショク/SHOKU/    ジキ/JIKI/    く.う/ku.u/    く.らう/ku.rau/    た.べる/ta.beru/    は.む/ha.mu/SHOKU/ショク/    JIKI/ジキ/    ku.u/く.う/    ku.rau/く.らう/    ta.beru/た.べる/    ha.mu/は.む/

eat;  food Frenchmanger;  nourriture Portuguesecomer;  comida;  alimento Spanishalimento;  comida;  eclipse;  comer

Radical: (eat).   Strokes: 9画.   Pinyin: shí / .   Hangul:  [sig]  [sa].   Nanori: ぐいgui.

Jōyō Kanji 2nd Grade.   JLPT N5.

Example compounds:
ショクSHOKU流動りゅうどうしょくryūdōshoku】liquid food (diet)
げんしょくgenshoku】diet (for weight loss); dieting
ふくしょくfukushoku】side dish; supplementary food
ジキJIKIこじきkojiki】beggar; begging
だんじきdanjiki】fasting
一夜乞いちやこじきichiyakojiki】(a) person made homeless by fire
kuuすくうsukū】to build (a nest); to haunt (a place)
くう】to eat; to live; to bite; to tease; to encroach on; to defeat a superior; to consume time and-or resources; to receive something (usu. an unfavourable event); to have sexual relations with a woman, esp. for the first time
煽りをあおりをくうaoriwokū】to suffer a blast or indirect blow; to be subject to the surplus force of an impetus
らうkurauらうめんくらうmenkurau】to be confused; to be bewildered; to be taken aback
らうくらうkurau】to eat; to receive (e.g. a blow)
貪りらうむさぼりくらうmusaborikurau】to devour greedily
べるtaberuべるたべるtaberu】to eat; to live on (e.g. a salary)
ぼりぼりべるぼりぼりたべるboriboritaberu】to eat with a munching or crunching sound
一口べるひとくちたべるhitokuchitaberu】to eat a mouthful
hamu俸をほうをはむhōwohamu】to receive a salary
はむhamu】to eat (fodder, grass, etc.); to receive (a salary)
あいはむaihamu】to compete with each other
Codepoints and classification codes:
98dfUnicode
31-9JIS X 0208
2-2-7SKIP
8b0.1TKD
8073.2Four Corner
2865De Roo
Dictionary indices:
5154Classic Nelson
6674The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
2075New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
1316Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
1472Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
269A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
1159Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
283Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
44014Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 12 p. 371
146A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
322Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
253Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
99Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
163Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
180Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
207The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
131Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
2.13Japanese for Busy People by the AJLT
1900Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
1484Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig
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