じょうjou

noun:

  • folding book

suffix / counter:

  • counter for units of paper and nori (48 pages of Mino paper; 20 pages of hanshi; 10 sheets of nori)
  • counter for folding books, folding screens, shields, etc.
  • counter for pairs of curtains
  • counter for tatami mats 畳【じょう】

Kanji definition:

チョウCHOUジョウJOUかきものkakimono

quire (of paper); bundle of seaweed; counter for screens; notebook

Strokes:
8
Radical:
巾 turban
SKIP:
1-3-5
UTF:
5e16
JIS208:
36-01
Hangul:
첩 [cheob]체 [che]
Pinyin:
tiē / tiě / tiè
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
手帖てちょうtechou
notebook; memo pad; (pocket) diary; / certificate; / identification card
捕物帖とりものちょうtorimonochou
detective story (esp. one from the Edo period featuring thief-takers); / detective's memoirs; thief taker's memoirs
写生帖しゃせいちょうshaseichou
sketchbook
一帖いちじょうichijou
quire (of paper)
切り抜き帖きりぬきちょうkirinukichou
scrapbook

Partial results:

ちょうあいchouai

noun:

  • type of commission system in the book industry in Japan

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