はしhashi

noun:

  • bridge

あのanohashiha大変taihen美しいutsukushii That bridge is very beautiful.

きょうkyou

noun / ~の noun:

  • pons (pontes); pons Varolii; pontine; part of the brain stem (links the medulla oblongata and cerebellum with the midbrain)

kimumonkyouhatetsudeできているdekiteiru The Golden Gate Bridge is made of iron.

Kanji definition:

キョウKYOUはしhashi

bridge

Strokes:
16
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-12
UTF:
6a4b
JIS208:
22-22
Nanori:
ばせbase
Hangul:
교 [gyo]
Pinyin:
qiáo
Stroke order:
Example words:
はしhashi
bridge
石橋いしばしishibashi
stone bridge
新橋しんばしshinbashi
Shinbashi (section of Tokyo)
船橋ふなばしfunabashi
pontoon bridge; temporary bridge made using ships; / bridge (of a ship)
桟橋さんばしsanbashi
wharf; bridge; jetty; pier

Partial results:

はしわたしhashiwatashi Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • bridge building; mediation; go-between; intermediary; (through the) good offices (of someone)
きょうきゃくkyoukyaku

noun:

  • bridge pier; pontoon bridge
はしぐいhashigui

noun:

  • bridge pillar
はしがかりhashigakariirr.irr.

noun:

  • covered bridge passageway connecting the backstage (mirror room) to the noh stage
はしいたhashiita

noun:

  • plank of a bridge; bridge plank
西はしのにしずめhashinonishizume

noun:

  • western edge of a bridge
はしかけhashikake Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • bridge building; cross-linking 架橋
きょうじょうkyoujou

noun:

  • (on the) bridge
きょうきゃくしゅうkyoukyakushuu

noun:

  • pontoon
きょうとうほkyoutouhoきょうとうほうkyoutouhou

noun:

  • bridgehead; beachhead
はしもとびょうhashimotobyou

noun:

  • Hashimoto's disease; Hashimoto's thyroiditis
きょうはんkyouhan

noun:

  • approach to a bridge
きょうりょうkyouryou

noun:

  • bridge

このkonohonによればniyoreba最初のsaishono人工jinkou橋梁kyouryouhashin石器時代sekkijidainiさかのぼるsakanoborutoいうiu This book says the earliest man-made bridges date back to the New Stone Age.

きょうだいkyoudai

noun:

  • bridge abutment
はしばのけむりhashibanokemuriはしばのけぶりhashibanokeburi

noun:

  • cremation smoke - archaism
きょうかkyouka

noun:

  • bridge girder
はしげたhashigeta

noun:

  • bridge girder

mizuha見る見るmirumiruうちuchini橋げたhashigetanoところtokoroまでmade達したtasshita The water came up to the bridge girder in a second.

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