めいしくmeishiku

noun:

  • noun phrase; NP - Linguistics term

このようなkonoyouna名詞句meishikuwo隠れkakure疑問文gimonbun(concealed question)toいいますiimasu This type of noun phrase is called a "concealed question".

Kanji definition:

メイMEIミョウMYOUna~な na

name; noted; distinguished; reputation

Strokes:
6
Radical:
口 mouth
SKIP:
4-6-1
UTF:
540d
JIS208:
44-30
Nanori:
to
Hangul:
명 [myeong]
Pinyin:
míng
Stroke order:
Example words:
名誉めいよmeiyo
honor; honour; credit; prestige
名前なまえnamae
name; full name; / given name; first name
na
name; given name; / title; / fame; renown; reputation; / pretext; pretense; justification; appearance
有名ゆうめいyuumei
famous; / fame
氏名しめいshimei
full name; identity

SHIことばkotoba

part of speech; words; poetry

Strokes:
12
Radical:
言訁 speech
SKIP:
1-7-5
UTF:
8a5e
JIS208:
27-76
Hangul:
사 [sa]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
歌詞かしkashi
song lyrics; words of a song; libretto
作詞さくしsakushi
(writing) song lyrics
代名詞だいめいしdaimeishi
pronoun; / synonym; classic example; pattern; byword; representative
形容詞けいようしkeiyoushi
adjective; i-adjective (in Japanese)
助詞じょしjoshi
particle; postpositional word in Japanese grammar that functions as an auxiliary to a main word

KU

phrase; clause; sentence; passage; paragraph; counter for haiku

Strokes:
5
Radical:
口 mouth
SKIP:
3-2-3
UTF:
53e5
JIS208:
22-71
Nanori:
すくsuku
Hangul:
구 [gu]귀 [gwi]
Pinyin:
jù / gōu
Stroke order:
Example words:
俳句はいくhaiku
haiku; 17-mora poem, usu. in 3 lines of 5, 7 and 5 morae
文句もんくmonku
complaint; grumbling; objection; / phrase; words; expression
ku
section (i.e. of text); sentence; passage; paragraph; / phrase; / verse (of 5 or 7 mora in Japanese poetry; of 4, 5, or 7 characters in Chinese poetry); / haiku; first 17 morae of a renga, etc.; / maxim; saying; idiom; expression
句集くしゅうkushuu
collection of haiku poems
句読点くとうてんkutouten
punctuation mark

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