かしわkashiwaold

noun:

  • oak; daimyo oak; Japanese emperor oak; Quercus dentata

大きなookinaかしわkashiwanokigakazenochikarawo弱めているyowameteiru The big oak tree breaks the force of the wind.

Kanji definition:

ハクHAKUヒャクHYAKUビャクBYAKUかしわkashiwa

oak; cypress

Strokes:
9
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-5
UTF:
67cf
JIS208:
39-80
Nanori:
かいkaiかしkashi
Hangul:
백 [baeg]
Pinyin:
bó / bǎi
Stroke order:
Example words:
かしわkashiwa
oak; daimyo oak; Japanese emperor oak; Quercus dentata
柏木かしわぎkashiwagi
oak-tree
柏鵬はくほうhakuhou
era during 1960s dominated by grand champions Taiho and Kashiwado
松柏しょうはくshouhaku
evergreen tree; conifer; coniferous tree; / pine and cypress; / duty; constancy; faithfulness
柏手かしわでkashiwade
clapping one's hands in prayer (at a shrine)

Partial results:

かしわぎkashiwagi

noun:

  • oak-tree
びゃくしんbyakushinビャクシンBYAKUSHIN

noun:

  • Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis) 伊吹
はくほうhakuhou

noun:

  • era during 1960s dominated by grand champions Taiho and Kashiwado - Sumo term 柏鵬時代
かしわばゴムのきkashiwabaGOMUnokiカシワバゴムノキKASHIWABAGOMUNOKI

noun:

  • fiddle-leaf fig (Ficus lyrata)
かしわでkashiwadeはくしゅhakushuかしわでkashiwade

noun:

そのsono公演kouenha万雷banraino拍手hakushuwo受けたuketa The performance was received with applause.

かしわもちkashiwamochi

noun:

  • rice cakes wrapped in oak leaves
はくほうじだいhakuhoujidai

noun:

  • era during 1960s dominated by grand champions Taiho and Kashiwado - Sumo term
かしわでをうつkashiwadewoutsu Inflection

expression / godan ~つ verb:

  • to clap one's hands in prayer

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