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カイ/KAI/    ひら.く/hira.ku/    ひら.き/    -びら.き/    ひら.ける/hira.keru/    あ.く/a.ku/    あ.ける/a.keru/KAI/カイ/    hira.ku/ひら.く/ひら.き/びら.き/    hira.keru/ひら.ける/    a.ku/あ.く/    a.keru/あ.ける/

open;  unfold;  unseal Frenchouvrir;  s'ouvrir;  briser le sceau Portugueseabrir;  desdobrar;  deslacrar Spanishabrir;  desdoblar;  dar comienzo;  abrirse;  estar abierto

Radical: (gate).   Strokes: 12画.   Elements: 一門廾.   Variants: .   Pinyin: kāi.   Hangul:  [gae].   Nanori: はる /  / ひらきharu / ka / hiraki.

Jōyō Kanji 3rd Grade.   JLPT N4.

Example compounds:
カイKAIかいめいkaimei】civilization; civilisation; enlightenment
みかいたくmikaitaku】undeveloped; wild (areas)
かいがんkaigan】enlightenment; spiritual awakening; opening one's eyes to the truth
ひらhirakuみひらくmihiraku】to open one's eyes
ひらくhiraku】to open (e.g. a bank-account, festival, etc.); to spread out; to hold
言いいいひらくiihiraku】to justify; to explain; to vindicate
ひらhirakiおひらきohiraki】breakup (of a ceremony, wedding, party, meeting, etc.); closure
切りきりひらきkirihiraki】clearing (land); excavating
みひらきmihiraki】two pages opposite each other
ひらけるhirakeruけるひらけるhirakeru】to become opened up; to develop; to be enlightened
運がけるうんがひらけるungahirakeru】to be in luck's way; to have one's fortune changes to the better
akuあくaku】to open (e.g. doors); to open (e.g. business, etc.); to be empty; to be vacant; to be open (e.g. neckline, etc.); to have been opened (of one's eyes, mouth, etc.); to come to an end; to open (one's eyes, mouth, etc.); to have a hole
穴があながあくanagāku】to have a hole; to be pierced (with a hole)
時間がじかんがあくjikangāku】to have time free; to have time to spare
けるakeruけるあけるakeru】to open (a door, etc.); to open (for business, etc.); to empty; to dawn; to end
押しけるおしあけるoshiakeru】to force open; to push open
けるねじあけるnejiakeru】to wrench open
Codepoints and classification codes:
19-11JIS X 0208
7744.1Four Corner
3855De Roo
Dictionary indices:
4950Classic Nelson
6393The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3321New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
2092Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
1622Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
80A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
1821Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
550Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
41233Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 11 p. 711
241A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
396Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
171Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
270Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
261Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
391Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
290The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
215Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
2.13Japanese for Busy People by the AJLT
1840Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
1636Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig


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