かばkabaかんばkanbaかにわkaniwaobs.カバKABA

noun:

  • birch (esp. Japanese white birch)

Kanji definition:

KAかばkabaかんばkanba

birch; dark red

Strokes:
14
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-10
UTF:
6a3a
JIS208:
19-82
Nanori:
からkaraかもkamoかんkan
Hangul:
화 [hwa]
Pinyin:
huà / huá
Stroke order:
Example words:
白樺しらかばshirakaba
Japanese white birch (Betula platyphylla var. japonica)
樺色かばいろkabairo
reddish yellow
樺木科かばのきかkabanokika
Betulaceae; birch family
大樺斑おおかばまだらookabamadara
monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus)
樺太からふとkarafuto
Karafuto (Japanese name for Sakhalin)

Partial results:

からふとますkarafutomasuカラフトマスKARAFUTOMASU

noun:

  • pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha); humpback salmon
かばざくらkabazakuraかにわざくらkaniwazakura

noun:

  • ornamental variety of double weeping rosebud cherry かばざくら 江戸彼岸
  • any cherry tree with birch-like bark
  • Japanese bird cherry (Prunus grayana) - archaism 上溝桜
かばざいくkabazaiku

noun:

  • cherry bark work; cherry bark art
からふとふくろうkarafutofukurouカラフトフクロウKARAFUTOFUKUROU

noun:

  • great grey owl (Strix nebulosa)
かばいろkabairo

noun:

  • reddish yellow
カバノキかKABANOKIkaかばのきかkabanokika

noun:

  • Betulaceae; birch family
からふとkarafuto

noun:

  • Karafuto (Japanese name for Sakhalin)
からふとちしまこうかんじょうやくkarafutochishimakoukanjouyaku

noun:

  • Treaty of Saint Petersburg (1875); Russo-Japanese treaty in which Japan exchanged Sakhalin for the Kuril Islands
かばきこまちぐもkabakikomachigumoカバキコマチグモKABAKIKOMACHIGUMO

noun:

  • Japanese foliage spider (Chiracanthium japonicum)
からふとわしkarafutowashiカラフトワシKARAFUTOWASHI

noun:

  • greater spotted eagle (Aquila clanga)
かばのあなたけkabanoanatakeカバノアナタケKABANOANATAKE

noun:

かばのきkabanokiカバノキKABANOKI

noun:

  • birch tree (esp. the Japanese white birch, Betula platyphylla var. japonica)
からふとししゃもkarafutoshishamoatejiからふとシシャモkarafutoSHISHAMO

noun:

  • capelin; caplin (Mallotus villosus)
からふとけんkarafutokenからふといぬkarafutoinu

noun:

  • Sakhalin husky (dog breed)
からふとらいちょうkarafutoraichouカラフトライチョウKARAFUTORAICHOU

noun:

  • willow ptarmigan (Lagopus lagopus); red grouse

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