しいshiiシイSHII

noun:

  • any beech tree of genus Castanopsis; chinquapin; chinkapin

Kanji definition:

ツイTSUIスイSUIつちtsuchiu.tsu

chinquapin; mallet; spine

Strokes:
12
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-8
UTF:
690e
JIS208:
36-39
Nanori:
しいshii
Hangul:
추 [chu]
Pinyin:
zhuī / chuí
Stroke order:
Example words:
脊椎せきついsekitsui
spine; vertebral column
椎間板ついかんばんtsuikanban
intervertebral disk
腰椎ようついyoutsui
lumbar vertebra; lumbar vertebrae
胸椎きょうついkyoutsui
thoracic vertebra; thoracic vertebrae
椎骨ついこつtsuikotsu
vertebra; vertebrae

Partial results:

しいたけshiitakeシイタケSHIITAKE

noun:

  • shiitake mushroom (Lentinula edodes)

椎茸shiitakewo乾燥kansouさせてsasete保存hozonしますshimasu We keep shiitake mushrooms dry.

ついかんばんtsuikanban

noun:

  • intervertebral disk

椎間板ヘルニアtsuikanbanHERUNIAha背骨sebonenomaniあるaru椎間板tsuikanbanというtoiu軟骨nankotsuga飛び出すtobidasuものmonoですdesu Disk herniation is when cartilage, called 'intervertebral disk' and found between each vertebra, slips out.

ついこつどうみゃくtsuikotsudoumyaku

noun:

  • vertebral artery
しいのきshiinokiシイノキSHIINOKI

noun:

  • any beech tree of genus Castanopsis
しいにびshiinibiしいにぶshiinibu

noun:

  • jet black - obscure term
ついかんばんヘルニアtsuikanbanHERUNIA

noun:

  • disk herniation; herniated disk; hernia of intervertebral disk; slipped disk

椎間板ヘルニアtsuikanbanHERUNIAha背骨sebonenomaniあるaru椎間板tsuikanbanというtoiu軟骨nankotsuga飛び出すtobidasuものmonoですdesu Disk herniation is when cartilage, called 'intervertebral disk' and found between each vertebra, slips out.

ついこつtsuikotsu

noun / ~の noun:

  • vertebra; vertebrae
ついかんこうきょうさくtsuikankoukyousaku

noun:

  • vertebral canal stenosis
ついまひtsuimahiirr.

noun:

  • paraplegia

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