じょうしゅjoushu

noun:

  • lord of a castle

Kanji definition:

ジョウJOUセイSEIしろshiro

castle

Strokes:
9
Radical:
土 earth
SKIP:
1-3-6
UTF:
57ce
JIS208:
30-75
Nanori:
いくikuがきgakikiくにkuniぐしくgushikuぐすくgusukuしきshikiすくsukuぜいzeiたちtachiなりnari
Hangul:
성 [seong]
Pinyin:
chéng
Stroke order:
Example words:
しろshiro
castle
城内じょうないjounai
inside of a castle; / area surrounded by castle walls
開城かいじょうkaijou
capitulation (of fort)
城主じょうしゅjoushu
lord of a castle
古城こじょうkojou
old castle; old fortress

シュSHUSUシュウSHUUぬしnushiおもomoあるじaruji

lord; chief; master; main thing; principal

Strokes:
5
Radical:
丶 dot
SKIP:
4-5-2
UTF:
4e3b
JIS208:
28-71
Nanori:
かずkazuzuもんmon
Hangul:
주 [ju]
Pinyin:
zhǔ
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
民主みんしゅminshu
democracy; popular sovereignty; / democratic
主義しゅぎshugi
doctrine; rule; principle; -ism
喪主もしゅmoshu
chief mourner
主婦しゅふshufu
housewife; mistress (of the house); homemaker
主催しゅさいshusai
sponsorship (i.e. conducting under one's auspices); promotion; organizing; organising; hosting; staging

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