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/KO/    つづみ/tsudumi/KO//    tsudumi/つづみ/

drum;  beat;  rouse;  muster Frenchtambour;  battement;  encourager;  appel (armée) Portuguesetambor;  batida;  despertar;  inspeção (militar) Spanishgolpeo;  tambor;  animar

Radical: (drum).   Strokes: 13画.   Elements: 口士支豆并又十.   Variants: .   Pinyin: .   Hangul:  [go].

Jōyō Kanji High School.   JLPT N1.

Example compounds:
KO大太おおだいこōdaiko】large or bass drum
こまくkomaku】eardrum; tympanic membrane
こどうkodō】beat; palpitation; pulsation; throbbing
つづみtsudumiしたつづみshitatsudumi】smacking one's lips
つづみtsudumi】hand drum
を打つしたつづみをうつshitatsudumiwōtsu】to smack one's lips at; to eat with relish
Codepoints and classification codes:
9f13Unicode
24-61JIS X 0208
1-9-4SKIP
3p10.2TKD
4414.7Four Corner
1467De Roo
Dictionary indices:
5415Classic Nelson
7076The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
1786New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
1168Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
1444Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
1836A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
1959Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
1064Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
48330Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 12 p. 1054
1234A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
1147Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
1926Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
1692Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
1827Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
1944Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
1456Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

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コウ//    /KU/    くち/kuchi/KOU/コウ/    KU//    kuchi/くち/

mouth Frenchbouche Portugueseboca Spanishboca;  orificio;  apertura

Radical: (mouth).   Strokes: 3画.   Elements: .   Pinyin: kǒu.   Hangul:  [gu].

Jōyō Kanji 1st Grade.   JLPT N4.

Example compounds:
コウ内炎こうないえんkōnaien】mouth ulcer; stomatitis
こうこうkōkō】pithead; minehead
上書こうじょうがきkōjōgaki】verbal note (notes verbale); written statement
KUくちがねkuchigane】(metal) cap; clasp; mouthpiece; socket (for light, etc.)
切りくちきりkuchikiri】start broaching (a subject); event at the start of the tenth month of the lunar calendar; opening a sealed jar or container
説くくどくkudoku】to persuade; to seduce
くちkuchiくちがねkuchigane】(metal) cap; clasp; mouthpiece; socket (for light, etc.)
切りくちきりkuchikiri】start broaching (a subject); event at the start of the tenth month of the lunar calendar; opening a sealed jar or container
序のじょのくちjonokuchi】this is only the beginning (the real work having yet to begin); lowest division
Codepoints and classification codes:
53e3Unicode
24-93JIS X 0208
4-3-1SKIP
3d0.1TKD
6000.0Four Corner
3777De Roo
Dictionary indices:
868Classic Nelson
685The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3382New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
2119Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
11Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
213A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
29Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
38Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
3227Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 2 p. 717
20A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
54Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
27Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
31Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
34Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
16Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
200The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
167Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
2.16Japanese for Busy People by the AJLT
276Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
11Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

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/SHI/    さむらい/samurai/SHI//    samurai/さむらい/

gentleman;  samurai;  samurai radical (no. 33) Frenchgentilhomme;  samouraï;  radical samouraï (no. 33) Portuguesecavalheiro;  samurai Spanishcaballero;  samurai;  hombre

Radical: (scholar).   Strokes: 3画.   Pinyin: shì.   Hangul:  [sa].   Nanori:  / o / ma.

Jōyō Kanji 4th Grade.   JLPT N1.

Example compounds:
SHIしんしろくshinshiroku】(who's who) directory
きしどうkishidō】chivalry
しんしてきshinshiteki】gentlemanly
さむらいsamuraiさむらいsamurai】warrior (esp. of military retainers of daimyos in the Edo period); man in attendance (on a person of high standing)
二四六九にしむくさむらいnishimukusamurai】mnemonic for remembering the months with fewer than 31 days (ni, shi, mu, ku, etc.)
Codepoints and classification codes:
58ebUnicode
27-46JIS X 0208
4-3-2SKIP
3p0.1TKD
4010.0Four Corner
1472De Roo
Dictionary indices:
1160Classic Nelson
1117The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3405New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
2129Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
319Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
301A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
41Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
59Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
5638Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 3 p. 279
494A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
572Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
410Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
1173Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
521Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
441Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
386The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
755Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
393Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
325Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

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/SHI/    ささ.える/sasa.eru/    つか.える/tsuka.eru/    か.う/ka.u/SHI//    sasa.eru/ささ.える/    tsuka.eru/つか.える/    ka.u/か.う/

branch;  support;  sustain;  branch radical (no. 65) Frenchsoutien;  support;  branche;  filiale;  succursale;  radical branche (no. 65) Portugueseramo;  apoio;  sustentar Spanishsoporte;  apoyo;  rama;  pago;  interferencia;  soportar;  sostener

Radical: (branch).   Strokes: 4画.   Elements: 十又.   Pinyin: zhī.   Hangul:  [ji].

Jōyō Kanji 5th Grade.   JLPT N3.

Example compounds:
SHI払い済みしはらいずみshiharaizumi】settled; paid
しなshina】China
ししょshisho】substation
ささえるsasaeruえるささえるsasaeru】to support; to hold at bay
一家をえるいっかをささえるikkawosasaeru】to support one's family
つかえるtsukaeru差しえるさしつかえるsashitsukaeru】to interfere; to hinder; to become impeded
えるつかえるtsukaeru】to stick; to be unavailable; to be piled up (e.g. of work); to halt (in one's speech); to feel blocked (of one's chest or throat, due to grief, anxiety, illness, etc.)
手をえるてをつかえるtewotsukaeru】to place both hands on the ground (to express respect, apology or to present a request)
kauかうkau】to support or prop up
Codepoints and classification codes:
652fUnicode
27-57JIS X 0208
2-2-2SKIP
2k2.1TKD
4040.7Four Corner
1467De Roo
Dictionary indices:
2039Classic Nelson
2324The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
1979New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
1251Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
711Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
302A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
63Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
115Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
13061Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 5 p. 455
691A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
318Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
621Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
583Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
717Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
642Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
185The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
368Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
2.4Japanese for Busy People by the AJLT
932Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
718Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

ヒョウ/HYŌ/    こおり/kōri/HYOU/ヒョウ/    koori/こおり/

two-stroke water radical or ice radical (no. 15)

Radical: (ice).   Strokes: 2画.   Pinyin: bīng.   Hangul:  [bing].

Codepoints and classification codes:
51abUnicode
49-50JIS X 0208
2-1-1SKIP
2b0.1TKD
3010.0Four Corner
Dictionary indices:
409The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
1923New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
1607Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 2 p. 134

/CHI/    しゅう/shū/CHI//    shuu/しゅう/

winter radical (no. 34)

Radical: (go).   Strokes: 3画.   Elements: .   Pinyin: zhǐ.   Hangul:  [chi].

Codepoints and classification codes:
5902Unicode
52-73JIS X 0208
4-3-1SKIP
4i0.2TKD
2740.0Four Corner
Dictionary indices:
1118The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3392New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
5691Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 3 p. 301

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ユウ//    また/mata/    また-/mata-/    また.の-/mata.no-/YUU/ユウ/    mata/また/    mata-/また-/    mata.no-/また.の-/

or again;  furthermore;  on the other hand Frenchou encore;  de plus;  d'un autre côté Portugueseou outra vez;  além disso;  na outra mão Spanishotra vez;  además;  por otra parte;  otro;  distinto

Radical: (again).   Strokes: 2画.   Pinyin: yòu.   Hangul:  [u].   Nanori: やすyasu.

Jōyō Kanji High School.   JLPT N1.

Example compounds:
またmataまたmata】again; and; also; still (doing something)
またはmataha】or; otherwise
はたまたhatamata】and; or
Codepoints and classification codes:
53c8Unicode
43-84JIS X 0208
4-2-1SKIP
2h0.1TKD
1740.0Four Corner
3567De Roo
Dictionary indices:
855Classic Nelson
668The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3351New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
2108Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
696Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
1460A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
13Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
1851Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
3115Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 2 p. 682
1835A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
1593Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
1119Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
1009Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
467The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
1762Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
264Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
703Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

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ジュウ//    ジッ/JI'/    ジュッ/JU'/    とお//    /to/JUU/ジュウ/    JI'/ジッ/    JU'/ジュッ/    too/とお/    to//

ten Frenchdix Portuguesedez Spanishdiez;  10

Radical: (ten).   Strokes: 2画.   Pinyin: shí.   Hangul:  [sib].   Nanori:  /  /  /  /  /  / そう /  / とう /  /  /  / i / ka / gi / sa / shi / so /  / chi /  / ne / ma / ru / wa.

Jōyō Kanji 1st Grade.   JLPT N5.

Example compounds:
ジュウ月革命じゅうがつかくめいjūgatsukakumei】October Revolution
字軍じゅうじぐんjūjigun】Crusades; Crusaders
九日しじゅうくにちshijūkunichi】forty-ninth day after a person's death
ジッJI'月革命じゅうがつかくめいjūgatsukakumei】October Revolution
字軍じゅうじぐんjūjigun】Crusades; Crusaders
九日しじゅうくにちshijūkunichi】forty-ninth day after a person's death
ジュッJU'月革命じゅうがつかくめいjūgatsukakumei】October Revolution
字軍じゅうじぐんjūjigun】Crusades; Crusaders
九日しじゅうくにちshijūkunichi】forty-ninth day after a person's death
とお二百にひゃくとおかnihyakutōka】210th day (from the first day of spring according to the lunar calendar); the storm day
とおかtōka】the tenth day of the month; ten days
日の菊とおかのきくtōkanokiku】something that comes too late and is useless; like a chrysanthemum prepared for the ninth day of the ninth month of the lunar calendar for the Chrysanthemum festival but that blooms only on the tenth
toじゅうにんといろjūnintoiro】Several men, several minds; everyone has his own ideas and tastes; everyone has his own interests and ideas; different strokes for different folks
二百にひゃくとおかnihyakutōka】210th day (from the first day of spring according to the lunar calendar); the storm day
とおかtōka】the tenth day of the month; ten days
Codepoints and classification codes:
5341Unicode
29-29JIS X 0208
4-2-3SKIP
2k0.1TKD
4000.0Four Corner
1455De Roo
Dictionary indices:
768Classic Nelson
598The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
3365New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
2110Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
10Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
5A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
18Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
12Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
2695Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 2 p. 479
33A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
12Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
10Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese (H) by F. Sakade
25Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
10Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
6Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
22The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power by D. Crowley
10Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
1.AJapanese for Busy People by the AJLT
239Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
10Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig

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トウ//    /ZU/    まめ/mame/    まめ-/mame-/TOU/トウ/    ZU//    mame/まめ/    mame-/まめ-/

beans;  pea;  midget Frenchharicot;  pois;  infime Portuguesefeijões;  ervilha;  nanico Spanishlegumbres;  habichuelas;  prefijo diminutivo

Radical: (bean).   Strokes: 7画.   Elements: 口并.   Pinyin: dòu.   Hangul:  [du].   Nanori:  / do / ma.

Jōyō Kanji 3rd Grade.   JLPT N1.

Example compounds:
トウ高野こうやとうふkōyatōfu】freeze-dried tofu
りょくとうryokutō】mung bean; green gram
とうにゅうtōnyū】soy milk
ZUだいずdaizu】soya bean (soybean); soy (Glycine max)
あずきいろazukiiro】reddish-brown
まめmameまきまめまきmamemaki】sowing beans (or pulses, etc.); scattering parched beans (to drive out evil spirits)
えだまめedamame】edamame (green soybeans)
まめるいmamerui】pulse (edible seeds of various leguminous crops); plant yielding pulse
Codepoints and classification codes:
8c46Unicode
38-6JIS X 0208
2-1-6SKIP
3d4.22TKD
1010.8Four Corner
3073De Roo
Dictionary indices:
4465Classic Nelson
5735The New Nelson Character Dictionary by A. Nelson
1943New Japanese-English Character Dictionary by J. Halpern
1235Kanji Learner's Dictionary by J. Halpern
1440Remembering the Kanji by J. Heisig
988A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage (Gakken)
438Japanese Names by P.G. O'Neill
1044Essential Kanji by P.G. O'Neill
36245Daikanwajiten 「大漢和辞典」 by T. Morohashi vol. 10 p. 637
1640A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters by K.G. Henshall
958Kanji & Kana by Spahn and Hadamitzky
1773Kanji Flashcards by M. Hodges and T. Okazaki
379Guide to Reading & Writing Japanese: Third Edition 3rd edition by Henshall
288Tuttle Kanji Cards by A. Kask
471Kanji in Context by Nishiguchi and Kono
1715Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
1452Y. Maniette's French adaptation of Heisig
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