かつらkatsuraカツラKATSURA

noun:

  • katsura (Cercidiphyllum japonicum); Japanese Judas tree
けいkei

noun:

  • knight - abbreviation - Shōgi term 桂馬

Kanji definition:

ケイKEIかつらkatsura

Japanese Judas-tree; cinnamon tree

Strokes:
10
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-6
UTF:
6842
JIS208:
23-43
Nanori:
かつkatsuよしyoshika
Hangul:
계 [gye]
Pinyin:
guì
Stroke order:
Example words:
かつらkatsura
katsura (Cercidiphyllum japonicum); Japanese Judas tree
月桂冠げっけいかんgekkeikan
laurel wreath
桂林けいりんkeirin
katsura forest; beautiful forest
桂冠詩人けいかんしじんkeikanshijin
poet laureate
桂皮けいひkeihi
cinnamon; cassia (bark)

Partial results:

けいりんkeirin

noun:

  • katsura forest; beautiful forest
けいげつkeigetsu

noun:

  • moon - archaism
けいえんじだいkeienjidai

noun:

  • Keien period (between the end of the Russo-Japanese War and the Taisho Political Crisis, approx. 1905-1912 CE)
かつらおとこkatsuraotokoかつらおkatsurao

noun:

  • man in the moon - archaism
ケイヒまつKEIHImatsuけいひまつkeihimatsu

noun:

  • cinnamon powder; powdered cinnamon bark - Medicine term
かつらむきkatsuramuki

noun:

  • rotary cutting; thinly slicing into a long strip (e.g. daikon, carrot, wood for plywood, etc.)
けいあんkeian

noun:

  • agency for employing servants and arranging marriages (Edo period); mediator; go-between 口入れ屋
  • flattery; flatterer
  • Keian era (1648.2.15-1652.9.18) 慶安
けいかんkeikan

noun:

  • crown of laurel
けいかんしじんkeikanshijin

noun:

  • poet laureate
カツラかKATSURAkaかつらかkatsuraka

noun:

  • Cercidiphyllaceae; monotypic plant family containing the katsura trees 桂【かつら】
けいひkeihi

noun / ~の noun:

けいなりkeinari

noun:

  • knight promotion
けいまkeimaケイマKEIMA

noun:

  • knight - Shōgi term
  • keima (in go); knight's move; stone placed at a knight's jump from another stone of the same color - usually written using kana alone
けいひさんkeihisan

noun:

  • cinnamic acid

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