たすきtasuki

cord to hold up sleeves; (kokuji)

Strokes:
22
Radical:
衣衤 clothes
SKIP:
1-5-17
UTF:
8977
JIS208:
75-7
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
たすきtasuki
cord used to tuck up the sleeves of a kimono; / sash (worn across chest, e.g. by election candidate or relay runners); / wrapper band on books, CDs, etc.
帯に短し襷に長しおびにみじかしたすきにながしobinimijikashitasukininagashi
neither one thing nor the other; too short for a belt, too long for a sleeve tie
襷反りたすきぞりtasukizori
reverse backwards body drop
外襷反りそとたすきぞりsototasukizori
outer reverse backwards body drop
襷星たすきぼしtasukiboshi
Chinese "Wings" constellation (one of the 28 mansions)

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