しんじんshinjin

noun / ~の noun:

  • new face; newcomer; rookie; fresh recruit
  • modern humans (from Cro-Magnon man onwards)

新人shinjin俳優haiyuugaハムレットHAMURETTOyakuwoするsuruto広告koukokuしてshiteあったatta A new actor was billed to appear as Hamlet.

Kanji definition:

シンSHINあたらしいatara.shiiあらara.taあら~ara にい~nii

new

Strokes:
13
Radical:
斤 axe
SKIP:
1-9-4
UTF:
65b0
JIS208:
31-23
Nanori:
あせaseあたらしatarashishiniにっniにつnitsuよしyoshi
Hangul:
신 [sin]
Pinyin:
xīn
Stroke order:
Example words:
新聞しんぶんshinbun
newspaper
新たあらたarata
new; fresh; novel
新党しんとうshintou
new (political) party
新人しんじんshinjin
new face; newcomer; rookie; fresh recruit; / modern humans (from Cro-Magnon man onwards)
新幹線しんかんせんshinkansen
Shinkansen; bullet train

ジンJINニンNINひとhito~り ri~と to

person

Strokes:
2
Radical:
人亻 human
SKIP:
4-2-4
UTF:
4eba
JIS208:
31-45
Nanori:
jitoneひこhikoふみfumi
Hangul:
인 [in]
Pinyin:
rén
Stroke order:
Example words:
外国人がいこくじんgaikokujin
foreigner; foreign citizen; foreign national; alien; non-Japanese
人口じんこうjinkou
population; / common talk
二人ふたりfutari
two persons; two people; pair; couple
人気にんきninki
popularity; public favor; / condition (e.g. market); tone; character; nature
人間にんげんningen
human being; person; man; mankind; humankind; / character (of a person)

Partial results:

しんじんかしゅshinjinkashu

noun:

  • new singer

このkono新人歌手shinjinkashuha本当にhontouniすばらしいsubarashii This new singer is really great.

しんじんるいshinjinrui

noun:

  • new breed of humans (used to refer to the younger generation, who have different ideals and sensibilities)
しんじんしょうshinjinshou

noun:

  • Rookie of the Year award
しんじんおうshinjin'ou

noun:

  • rookie-of-the-year

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