Results, 最高峰 #n

さいこうほうsaikouhou

noun:

  • highest peak; highest mountain
  • greatest authority; most prominent person; pinnacle (e.g. of art); peak

エベレストEBERESUTOsanha世界sekaino最高峰saikouhouであるdearu Mt. Everest is the highest peak in the world.

Kanji definition:

サイSAIシュSHUもっとmotto.moつまtsuma

utmost; most; extreme

Strokes:
12
Radical:
曰 say
SKIP:
2-4-8
UTF:
6700
JIS208:
26-39
Nanori:
mo
Hangul:
최 [choe]
Pinyin:
zuì
Stroke order:
Example words:
最ももっともmottomo
most; extremely
最大さいだいsaidai
biggest; greatest; largest; maximum
最後さいごsaigo
end; conclusion; / last; final; latest; most recent; / no sooner than; once; right after (often having negative consequences); / one's final moments
最高さいこうsaikou
most; highest; maximum; uppermost; supreme; / best; wonderful; finest
最初さいしょsaisho
beginning; outset; first; onset

コウKOUたかtaka.iたかtaka~だか dakaたかまるtaka.maruたかめるtaka.meru

tall; high; expensive

Strokes:
10
Radical:
高髙 tall
SKIP:
2-2-8
UTF:
9ad8
JIS208:
25-66
Nanori:
kakoじょいjoitaはかhaka
Hangul:
고 [go]
Pinyin:
gāo
Stroke order:
Example words:
最高さいこうsaikou
most; highest; maximum; uppermost; supreme; / best; wonderful; finest
高校こうこうkoukou
senior high school; high school
円高えんだかendaka
appreciation of the yen; strong yen; strengthening of the yen; high-valued yen; exchange in favor of the yen (favour)
高校生こうこうせいkoukousei
senior high school student
高齢こうれいkourei
advanced age; old age

ホウHOUみねminene

summit; peak

Strokes:
10
Radical:
山 mountain
SKIP:
1-3-7
UTF:
5cf0
JIS208:
42-86
Nanori:
buho
Hangul:
봉 [bong]
Pinyin:
fēng
Stroke order:
Example words:
みねmine
peak; summit; ridge; top; / back of a blade
最高峰さいこうほうsaikouhou
highest peak; highest mountain; / greatest authority; most prominent person; pinnacle (e.g. of art); peak
連峰れんぽうrenpou
mountain range
高峰こうほうkouhou
high mountain; lofty peak
未踏峰みとうほうmitouhou
unclimbed mountain

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