Iえびすebisuえみしemishiころkoro.suたいらげるtai.rageru

barbarian; savage; Ainu

Strokes:
6
Radical:
丿 bend, slash
SKIP:
4-6-4
UTF:
5937
JIS208:
16-48
Nanori:
shi
Hangul:
이 [i]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
えびすebisu
peoples formerly of northern Japan with distinct language and culture (i.e. the Ainu); / provincial (i.e. a person who lives far from the city); / brutish, unsophisticated warrior (esp. used by Kyoto samurai to refer to samurai from eastern Japan); / foreigner; barbarian
蝦夷えぞezo
historical term for non-Yamato peoples in northern Japan; Emishi; / Yezo (northern part of Meiji-era Japan, esp. Hokkaido, but also Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands)
攘夷じょういjoui
expel the barbarians; expulsion of the foreigners; late Edo period (19th century) revolutionary slogan
えびすebisu
Ebisu; god of fishing and commerce
夷狄いてきiteki
barbarians; aliens

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