ごくんgokun

noun:

  • five pungent roots (in Buddhism or Taoism) 五辛

Kanji definition:

GOいつitsuいつitsu.tsu

five

Strokes:
4
Radical:
二 two
SKIP:
4-4-1
UTF:
4e94
JIS208:
24-62
Nanori:
isaさつsatsuchifumime
Hangul:
오 [o]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
go
five
五月ごがつgogatsu
May
五十ごじゅうgojuu
fifty
五輪ごりんgorin
Olympic rings; Olympics
十五じゅうごjuugo
15; fifteen

クンKUN

garlic

Strokes:
12 or 13
Radical:
艹艸䒑 grass
SKIP:
2-4-9
UTF:
8477
JIS208:
72-56
Hangul:
훈 [hun]
Pinyin:
hūn / xūn
Stroke order:
Example words:
葷酒くんしゅkunshu
pungent vegetables (e.g. garlic or Chinese chives) and wine
五葷ごくんgokun
five pungent roots (in Buddhism or Taoism)
葷酒山門に入るを許さずくんしゅさんもんにいるをゆるさずkunshusanmonniiruwoyurusazu
bringing pungent vegetables or liquor inside the temple is prohibited

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