SAシャSHA

Buddhist surplice

Strokes:
13
Radical:
衣衤 clothes
SKIP:
2-7-6
UTF:
88df
JIS208:
26-32
Hangul:
사 [sa]
Pinyin:
shā
Stroke order:
Example words:
大袈裟おおげさoogesa
grandiose; exaggerated
袈裟けさkesa
kasaya; monk's stole; / wearing an article of clothing in the same manner as a kasaya (i.e. draped over one shoulder)
坊主憎けりゃ袈裟まで憎いぼうずにくけりゃけさまでにくいbouzunikukeryakesamadenikui
If you dislike someone, you will end up hating everything he stands for; hate a priest, and you will hate his very vestments
袈裟懸けけさがけkesagake
wearing a kasaya; wearing an article of clothing in the same manner as a kasaya (i.e. draped over one shoulder); / slashing a sword diagonally from the shoulder
袈裟切りけさぎりkesagiri
slashing a sword diagonally from the shoulder

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