マニきょうMANIkyouatejiateji

noun:

  • Manichaeism

Kanji definition:

MAするma.suruさすsasu.rusu.ru

chafe; rub; polish; grind; scrape

Strokes:
15
Radical:
手扌龵 hand
SKIP:
3-11-4
UTF:
6469
JIS208:
43-64
Hangul:
마 [ma]
Pinyin:
mó / mā
Stroke order:
Example words:
摩擦まさつmasatsu
friction; rubbing; chafing; / discord; friction; strife; conflict
あん摩あんまanma
massage (esp. anma, a traditional form of Japanese massage); / masseur; masseuse; massager; / blind person (as many were traditionally massagers)
摩天楼まてんろうmatenrou
skyscraper
摩耗まもうmamou
wear; abrasion
摩るするsuru
to rub; to chafe; to strike (match); to file; to frost (glass); / to lose (e.g. a match); to forfeit; to squander one's money (e.g. through gambling, Pachinko, etc.)

NIあまama

nun

Strokes:
5
Radical:
尸 corpse
SKIP:
3-3-2
UTF:
5c3c
JIS208:
38-84
Hangul:
니 [ni]일 [il]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
あまama
nun; / bitch; / Amagasaki, Hyogo; / Amazon (online retailer)
尼僧にそうnisou
nun; priestess
摩尼教マニきょうMANIkyou
Manichaeism
尼寺あまでらamadera
nunnery; convent
僧尼そうにsouni
monks and nuns

キョウKYOUおしえるoshi.eruおそわるoso.waru

teach; faith; doctrine

Strokes:
11
Radical:
攵攴 whip, strike
SKIP:
1-6-4
UTF:
6559
JIS208:
22-21
Nanori:
のりnoriひさhisa
Hangul:
교 [gyo]
Pinyin:
jiào / jiāo
Stroke order:
Example words:
教授きょうじゅkyouju
professor; / teaching; instruction
教育きょういくkyouiku
education; schooling; training; instruction; teaching; upbringing; / culture; cultivation; education
宗教しゅうきょうshuukyou
religion; religious affiliation; belief; faith; creed; / religious activity
教師きょうしkyoushi
teacher (classroom)
教室きょうしつkyoushitsu
classroom; / department; laboratory; / single-room school; small school

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