よびかけyobikake

noun:

  • call; appeal

Kanji definition:

KOyo.bu

call; call out to; invite

Strokes:
8
Radical:
口 mouth
SKIP:
1-3-5
UTF:
547c
JIS208:
24-38
Nanori:
よぶyobu
Hangul:
호 [ho]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
呼ぶよぶyobu
to call out (to); to call; to invoke; / to summon (a doctor, etc.); / to invite; / to designate; to name; to brand; / to garner (support, etc.); to gather; / to take as one's wife
呼吸こきゅうkokyuu
breathing; respiration; / knack; trick; secret (of doing something); / harmony; balance; synchronization; accord; / short interval; short pause
呼びかけよびかけyobikake
call; appeal
呼び名よびなyobina
popular name; common name; given name
呼び捨てよびすてyobisute
addressing (someone) without using an honorific title

カイKAIケイKEIけるka.keru~かける ka.keruka.ke~か ka.ke~が ga.keかるka.karu~かかる ka.karu~がかる ga.karuかりka.kari~がかり ga.kariかかりkakari~がかり gakari

hang; suspend; depend; arrive at; tax; pour

Strokes:
11
Radical:
手扌龵 hand
SKIP:
1-3-8
UTF:
639b
JIS208:
19-61
Nanori:
かけkake
Hangul:
괘 [gwae]
Pinyin:
guà
Stroke order:
Example words:
追っ掛けるおっかけるokkakeru
to chase; to run after; to pursue
呼び掛けよびかけyobikake
call; appeal
仕掛けしかけshikake
device; contrivance; mechanism; gadget; / trick; trap; calculated manipulation; gambit; / (small) scale; half finished; / commencement; initiation; / set up; laying out; preparation; / challenge; attack
手掛かりてがかりtegakari
clue; lead; key; trail; scent; track; / handhold; hold
心掛けこころがけkokorogake
(mental) attitude; way of thinking; attention; care; prudence; intention

Partial results:

よびかけるyobikakeru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to call out to; to hail; to address
  • to appeal

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