しこうshikou Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • intention; aim; preference (for); orientation (towards a goal) 指向

そのsono会社kaishano強さtsuyosaha未来mirai志向shikouno戦略senryakuによってniyotte生みだされているumidasareteiru The strength of the firm is attributed to its future-oriented strategy.

Kanji definition:

SHIシリングSHIRINGUこころざkokoroza.suこころざしkokorozashi

intention; plan; resolve; aspire; motive; hopes; shilling

Strokes:
7
Radical:
心忄⺗ heart
SKIP:
2-3-4
UTF:
5fd7
JIS208:
27-54
Nanori:
じんjinbeべしbeshiゆきyuki
Hangul:
지 [ji]
Pinyin:
zhì
Stroke order:
Example words:
こころざしkokorozashi
will; resolution; intention; ambition; aim; goal; / kindness; goodwill; kind offer; / gift (as a token of gratitude)
志向しこうshikou
intention; aim; preference (for); orientation (towards a goal)
同志どうしdoushi
like-mindedness; (being of the) same mind; shared sentiment; / comrade; fellow; kindred soul
志願しがんshigan
aspiration; volunteering; desire; application
有志ゆうしyuushi
voluntary; volunteer; sympathizer; sympathiser

コウKOUmu.kumu.i~む mu.kiけるmu.keru~む mu.keかうmu.kauかいmu.kaiこうmu.kouこう~mu.kou むこmukoむかmuka.i

yonder; facing; beyond; confront; defy; tend toward; approach

Strokes:
6
Radical:
口 mouth
SKIP:
3-3-3
UTF:
5411
JIS208:
24-94
Nanori:
こおkootanaむかmukaむかいmukaiむこうmukou
Hangul:
향 [hyang]상 [sang]
Pinyin:
xiàng
Stroke order:
Example words:
方向ほうこうhoukou
direction; orientation; bearing; way; / course (e.g. of action)
意向いこうikou
intention; idea; inclination
傾向けいこうkeikou
tendency; trend; inclination
動向どうこうdoukou
trend; tendency; movement; attitude
向上こうじょうkoujou
elevation; rise; improvement; advancement; progress

Partial results:

しこうせいshikousei

noun:

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