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ゲン/GEN/    ゴン/GON/    い.う/i.u/    こと/koto/GEN/ゲン/    GON/ゴン/    i.u/い.う/    koto/こと/

say Frenchdire PortugueseDizer;  palavras Spanishpalabras;  decir

Radical: (speech).   Strokes: 7画.   Pinyin: yán.   Hangul:  [eon].   Nanori: ときtoki.

Jōyō Kanji 2nd Grade.   JLPT N4.

Example compounds:
げんじgenji】language; speech
ゴンGONにごんnigon】double-dealing; repeating oneself
語道断ごんごどうだんgongodōdan】outrageous; preposterous; scandalous; inexcusable; absurd; execrable
かごんkagon】exaggeration; misstatement
iuうまでもないいうまでもないiumademonai】it goes without saying; there is no need to say so, but of course; it is needless to say; it need scarcely be said
こうこういうkōiu】such; like this
ことkotoまくらことばmakurakotoba】pillow word (decorative word used prefixally in classical Japanese literature); preface
はなことばhanakotoba】language of flowers; floriography; flower symbolism, e.g. red roses mean love
かたことkatakoto】prattle; broken language; halting language; baby talk; imperfect speech; smattering
Codepoints and classification codes:
24-32JIS X 0208
0060.1Four Corner
3077De Roo
Dictionary indices:
4309Classic Nelson
5552The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
1941New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
1233Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
335Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
279A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
439Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
43Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
35205Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 10 p. 380
274A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
66Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
392Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
85Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
118Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
142Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
44The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
203Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
2.8Japanese for Busy People by the AJLT
1653Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
341Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

/HI/    さじ/saji/HI//    saji/さじ/

spoon;  spoon or katakana hi radical (no. 21) Frenchcuiller;  radical cuiller ou katakana hi (no. 21)

Radical: (spoon).   Strokes: 2画.   Pinyin: .   Hangul:  [bi].

Example compounds:
HIひちょhicho】spoon and chopsticks
せきひsekihi】stone knife (Jomon-period tool, shaped like a rice spoon)
Codepoints and classification codes:
50-24JIS X 0208
4071.0Four Corner
Dictionary indices:
750Classic Nelson
578The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
2925New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
444Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
2570Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 2 p. 436
451Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

ベン/BEN/    メン/MEN/BEN/ベン/    MEN/メン/

shaped crown;  katakana u radical (no. 40)

Radical: (roof).   Strokes: 3画.   Pinyin: mián.   Hangul:  [myeon].

Example compounds:
ベンBENべんぶbenbu】"roof" kanji radical (radical 40)
Codepoints and classification codes:
53-63JIS X 0208
3032.7Four Corner
Dictionary indices:
1304The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3425New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
7054Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 3 p. 895


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