しゅわshuwa

noun:

  • sign language

1972nenni、フランシーヌ・パターソン,FURANSHIINU/PATAASON博士hakasehaココKOKOni手話shuwawo教えoshie始めたhajimeta In 1972, Dr. Francine Patterson started to teach sign language to Koko.

Kanji definition:

シュSHUZUteて~te ~て teた~ta

hand

Strokes:
4
Radical:
手扌龵 hand
SKIP:
2-1-3
UTF:
624b
JIS208:
28-74
Hangul:
수 [su]
Pinyin:
shǒu
Stroke order:
Example words:
選手せんしゅsenshu
player (sports); athlete; team member
大手おおてoote
major company; big company; / front castle gate; / force attacking the front of a castle
te
hand; arm; / forepaw; foreleg; / handle; / hand; worker; help; / trouble; care; effort; / means; way; trick; move; technique; workmanship; / hand; handwriting; / kind; type; sort; / one's hands; one's possession; / ability to cope; / hand (of cards); / direction; / move (in go, shogi, etc.)
相手あいてaite
companion; partner; company; / other party; addressee; / opponent (sports, etc.)
取っ手とってtotte
handle; grip; knob

WAはなhana.suはなしhanashi

tale; talk

Strokes:
13
Radical:
言訁 speech
SKIP:
1-7-6
UTF:
8a71
JIS208:
47-35
Hangul:
화 [hwa]
Pinyin:
huà
Stroke order:
Example words:
電話でんわdenwa
telephone call; phone call; / telephone (device); phone
はなしhanashi
talk; speech; chat; story; conversation; / discussions; negotiation; argument
話題わだいwadai
topic; subject
対話たいわtaiwa
dialogue; discussion; conversation; interaction
話し合いはなしあいhanashiai
discussion; conference

Partial results:

しゅわつうやくshuwatsuuyaku

noun:

  • sign-language interpret
しゅわほうshuwahou

noun:

  • sign language

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