なんぼくnanboku

noun:

  • north and south; north to south
  • South Korea and North Korea - abbreviation

日本nipponha南北nanbokuni長いnagaikuniですdesu Japan is a very long country from north to south.

Kanji definition:

ナンNANNAみなみminami

south

Strokes:
9
Radical:
十 ten
SKIP:
3-4-5
UTF:
5357
JIS208:
38-78
Nanori:
なみnamihaみなminaみまみmimami
Hangul:
남 [nam]
Pinyin:
nán / nā
Stroke order:
Example words:
みなみminami
south
南北なんぼくnanboku
north and south; north to south; / South Korea and North Korea
南部なんぶnanbu
southern part; the south (of a region)
東南とうなんtounan
south-east
南西なんせいnansei
southwest

ホクHOKUきたkita

north

Strokes:
5
Radical:
匕 spoon
SKIP:
1-3-2
UTF:
5317
JIS208:
43-44
Nanori:
きらkiraほうhouほっhoほつhotsu
Hangul:
북 [bug]배 [bae]
Pinyin:
běi
Stroke order:
Example words:
きたkita
north; / the North; northern territories; / North Korea; / north wind
北朝鮮きたちょうせんkitachousen
North Korea
北京ペキンPEKIN
Beijing; Peking
北海道ほっかいどうhokkaidou
Hokkaido (island, prefectural-level administrative unit)
南北なんぼくnanboku
north and south; north to south; / South Korea and North Korea

Partial results:

なんぼくもんだいnanbokumondai

noun:

  • North-South problem
なんぼくせんそうnanbokusensou

noun:

  • (US) Civil War

アメリカAMERIKAno高校生koukouseide南北戦争nanbokusensouga1861nenからkara1865nenまでmadenomani起こったokottaことkotowoしらないshiranaiものmonoga多いooi Many American high-school students do not know that the Civil War took place between 1861 and 1865.

なんぼくちょうnanbokuchou

noun:

  • Northern and Southern Dynasties (in Japan: 1336-1392 CE, in China: 420-581 CE)
なんぼくちょうじだいnanbokuchoujidai

noun:

  • period of the northern and southern dynasties (in China, 5th-6th c. CE in Japan, 1336-92)

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