きょうkyouけいkei

suffix:

  • Lord; Sir きょう - honorific language

noun:

  • state minister (under the ritsuryo system) 律令制

pronoun:

  • you (in reference to someone of lower status) けい - archaism - male language - honorific language

kabeにはnihaピアノPIANOni向かってmukatte座っているsuwatteiruアンANソニーSONIIkyouno大きなookina写真shashingaかかっていましたkakatteimashita On the wall there was a big picture of Sir Anthony at the piano.

Kanji definition:

ケイKEIキョウKYOUきみkimi

you; lord; secretary; state minister

Strokes:
12
Radical:
卩㔾 seal
SKIP:
1-3-9
UTF:
537f
JIS208:
22-10
Hangul:
경 [gyeong]
Pinyin:
qīng
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
きょうkyou
Lord; Sir; / state minister (under the ritsuryo system); / you (in reference to someone of lower status)
枢機卿すうききょうsuukikyou
cardinal (Catholic church)
卿相けいしょうkeishou
court nobles and state ministers
卿雲けいうんkeiun
auspicious cloud; / Keiun era (704.5.10-708.1.11); Kyōun era
六卿りくけいrikukei
six ministers (of the six Zhou-dynasty Chinese ministries)

Partial results:

けいしょうkeishou

noun:

  • court nobles and state ministers
けいうんkeiunきょううんkyouunけいうんkeiun

noun:

  • auspicious cloud けいうん
  • Keiun era (704.5.10-708.1.11); Kyōun era 慶雲

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