かようkayou

noun:

  • song; ballad

最近saikinha老若男女rounyakunannyoga歌えるutaeruようyouna歌謡kayoukyokuwomiminiするsuruことkotomoなくなっnakunata Nowadays you no longer hear popular songs that can be sung by men and women of all ages.

Kanji definition:

KAうたutaうたuta.u

song; sing

Strokes:
14
Radical:
欠 yawn
SKIP:
1-10-4
UTF:
6b4c
JIS208:
18-46
Hangul:
가 [ga]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
うたuta
song; / classical Japanese poetry (esp. tanka); / modern poetry
歌手かしゅkashu
singer
歌舞伎かぶきkabuki
kabuki; Japanese classical drama
短歌たんかtanka
tanka; 31-mora Japanese poem
歌人かじんkajin
poet (of tanka poems)

ヨウYOUうたuta.iうたuta.u

song; sing; ballad; noh chanting

Strokes:
16
Radical:
言訁 speech
SKIP:
1-7-9
UTF:
8b21
JIS208:
45-56
Hangul:
요 [yo]
Pinyin:
yáo
Stroke order:
Example words:
童謡どうようdouyou
children's song; nursery rhyme
民謡みんようmin'you
folk song; popular song
歌謡曲かようきょくkayoukyoku
kayōkyoku; form of Japanese popular music that developed during the Showa era; / (Western) pop song
歌謡かようkayou
song; ballad
謡ううたうutau
to sing; / to sing (one's praises in a poem, etc.); to compose a poem; to recite a poem

Partial results:

かようきょくkayoukyoku

noun:

  • kayōkyoku; form of Japanese popular music that developed during the Showa era
  • (Western) pop song - early Showa era term
うたうたいutautai

noun:

  • singer; vocalist
  • nagauta singer (in kabuki) 長唄
  • singer of Noh chants

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