さんじんsanjinさんしんsanshin

noun:

  • trikaya (three bodies of the Buddha) - Buddhism term

Kanji definition:

サンSANゾウZOUmimi.tsuみっmi.tsu

three

Strokes:
3
Radical:
一 one
SKIP:
2-1-2
UTF:
4e09
JIS208:
27-16
Nanori:
kasaさいsaiさえsaeさぶsabuzaざえzaeざぶzabuそうsouzoただtadaみつmitsuみんminmoya
Hangul:
삼 [sam]
Pinyin:
sān
Stroke order:
Example words:
さんsan
three; / tri-
三月さんがつsangatsu
March
三十さんじゅうsanjuu
thirty
十三じゅうさんjuusan
thirteen; 13; / king (playing card)
三人さんにんsannin
three people

シンSHINmi

somebody; person; one's station in life

Strokes:
7
Radical:
身 body
SKIP:
4-7-4
UTF:
8eab
JIS208:
31-40
Hangul:
신 [sin]
Pinyin:
shēn / juān
Stroke order:
Example words:
自身じしんjishin
by oneself; personally
出身しゅっしんshusshin
person's origin (e.g. city, country, parentage, school)
mi
body; / oneself; / one's place; one's position; / main part; meat (as opposed to bone, skin, etc.); wood (as opposed to bark); blade (as opposed to its handle); container (as opposed to its lid)
中身なかみnakami
contents; interior; substance; filling; (sword) blade
身長しんちょうshinchou
height (of body); stature

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