しのびあしshinobiashi

noun:

  • stealthy steps; soft steps

watashiha忍び足shinobiashide寝室shinshitsuniいったitta I went up to my bedroom on tiptoe.

Kanji definition:

ニンNINしのshino.buしのばせるshino.baseru

endure; bear; put up with; conceal; secrete; spy; sneak

Strokes:
7
Radical:
心忄⺗ heart
SKIP:
2-3-4
UTF:
5fcd
JIS208:
39-6
Nanori:
おしoshi
Hangul:
인 [in]
Pinyin:
rěn
Stroke order:
Example words:
忍ぶしのぶshinobu
to conceal oneself; to hide; / to endure; to bear; to stand; to put up with
忍耐にんたいnintai
endurance; perseverance; patience
残忍ざんにんzannin
brutal; cruel; merciless; ruthless; cold-blooded
忍者にんじゃninja
ninja (persons in feudal Japan who used ninjutsu for the purposes of espionage, assassination, sabotage, etc.)
忍びしのびshinobi
stealth; / travelling incognito (traveling); / ninjutsu; / ninja; / sneak theft; sneak thief; / tolerance

ソクSOKUあしashiりるta.riruta.ruta.su

leg; foot; be sufficient; counter for pairs of footwear

Strokes:
7
Radical:
足⻊ foot
SKIP:
2-3-4
UTF:
8db3
JIS208:
34-13
Nanori:
aあすasuおすosuたらしtarashi
Hangul:
족 [jog]주 [ju]
Pinyin:
zú / jù
Stroke order:
Example words:
あしashi
foot; / leg; / gait; / pace; / bottom structural component (i.e. radical) of a kanji; / means of transportation; / money; coin
不足ふそくfusoku
insufficiency; shortage; deficiency; lack; dearth
発足ほっそくhossoku
starting; inauguration; launch; founding; establishment; start-up
満足まんぞくmanzoku
satisfaction; contentment; complacency; / sufficient; enough; adequate; proper
足元あしもとashimoto
at one's feet; underfoot; one's step (as in "watch your step"); / gait; pace; step; / most recent; current; / you; thou

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