Results, 交喙

いすかisukaoldイスカISUKA

noun:

  • common crossbill (Loxia curvirostra)

Kanji definition:

コウKOUまじわるmaji.waruまじえるmaji.eruじるma.jiruまじmaji.ruざるma.zaruぜるma.zeru~か ka.uわすka.wasuかわkawa.suこもごもkomogomo

mingle; mixing; association; coming & going

Strokes:
6
Radical:
亠 pot lid
SKIP:
2-4-2
UTF:
4ea4
JIS208:
24-82
Nanori:
かたkata
Hangul:
교 [gyo]
Pinyin:
jiāo
Stroke order:
Example words:
交渉こうしょうkoushou
negotiations; discussions; / connection
交流こうりゅうkouryuu
(cultural) exchange; interchange; interaction; (inter-) mingling; (social, etc.) networking; intercourse; / alternating current; AC
外交がいこうgaikou
diplomacy; / selling (e.g. door-to-door); canvassing
交通こうつうkoutsuu
traffic; transportation; communication; exchange (of ideas, etc.); intercourse
交換こうかんkoukan
exchange; interchange; switching; reciprocity; barter; substitution; replacement; clearing (of checks, cheques)

カイKAIがいgaiくちばしkuchibashi

beak

Strokes:
12
Radical:
口 mouth
SKIP:
1-3-9
UTF:
5599
JIS208:
51-28
Hangul:
훼 [hwe]
Pinyin:
huì
Stroke order:
Example words:
烏喙骨うかいこつukaikotsu
coracoid
交喙の嘴いすかのはしisukanohashi
(something) not coming together (as one had hoped or expected); unfortunate turn of events; unexpected turn; (a) crossbill's beak (which has differently shaped upper and lower parts)
容喙ようかいyoukai
interference; meddling

Partial results:

いすかのはしisukanohashi

expression / noun / ~の noun:

  • (something) not coming together (as one had hoped or expected); unfortunate turn of events; unexpected turn; (a) crossbill's beak (which has differently shaped upper and lower parts) [literal] - often as ~の食い違い (with the same meaning) - idiom 交喙

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