はしらhashira

noun:

  • pillar; post
  • support; prop; mainstay

suffix / counter:

  • counter for buddhas, gods, nobles, etc.

このkonohashiha10honnohashirade支えられているsasaerareteiru The bridge is supported by 10 posts.

海外kaigai向けmuke食品shokuhinno輸出yushutsuha農業nougyou関連kanren産業sangyounohashirano一つhitotsuですdesu Overseas food exports are one of the mainstays of agribusiness.

ちゅうchuuji

noun / suffix noun:

  • bridge (of a koto, etc.)
  • cylinder; prism ちゅう
じゅうjuu

noun:

  • fret (of a biwa)

Kanji definition:

チュウCHUUはしらhashira

pillar; post; cylinder; support

Strokes:
9
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-5
UTF:
67f1
JIS208:
35-76
Hangul:
주 [ju]
Pinyin:
zhù
Stroke order:
Example words:
はしらhashira
pillar; post; / support; prop; mainstay; / counter for buddhas, gods, nobles, etc.
電柱でんちゅうdenchuu
utility pole; power pole; telephone pole; telegraph pole; lightpole
支柱しちゅうshichuu
prop; stay; support; brace; fulcrum
大黒柱だいこくばしらdaikokubashira
central pillar (of a building); / mainstay (e.g. of an economy); backbone (e.g. of a family); provider; main man
円柱えんちゅうenchuu
column; shaft; cylinder; / round pillar (esp. in buildings)

Partial results:

ちゅうそchuuso

noun:

  • plinth
ちゅうめんchuumen

noun:

  • cylindrical surface
はしらどけいhashiradokei

noun:

  • wall clock; grandfather clock
ちゅうたいchuutai

noun:

  • cylinder; prism
ちゅうせきchuuseki

noun:

  • pillar; cornerstone
ちゅうとうchuutou

noun:

  • capital (of a column) - Architecture term
  • stigma; top part of the pistil in a flower - Biology term
ちゅうけつchuuketsuはしらあなhashiraana

noun:

  • posthole (archaeology)
ちゅうじょうchuujou

noun:

  • in the shape of a pillar or column
はしらまhashirama

noun / ~の noun:

  • bay (space or distance between two pillars)
はしらがきhashiragaki

noun:

  • introductory clause of a law, patent, etc.; chapeau; main paragraph
はしらごよみhashiragoyomi

noun:

ちゅうろうchuurou

noun:

  • pillared corridor

サン・ピエトロSAN/PIETOROdai聖堂seidouno柱廊chuurouha本当にhontouni大きくookikuteきれいkireiですdesune The colonnade of the basilica of Saint Peter is truly grand and beautiful.

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