ぶどうbudou

noun:

  • martial arts; military arts; Bushido

tsuedouha、「tsueto呼ぶyobu木製mokuseinobouおよびoyobi木刀bokutouwo用いるmochiiru日本nippon武道budoudeあるaru Jodo is a Japanese martial art using short staffs called "Jou" and wooden sword.

Kanji definition:

BUMUたけtakeたけtake.shi

warrior; military; chivalry; arms

Strokes:
8
Radical:
止 stop
SKIP:
4-8-4
UTF:
6b66
JIS208:
41-80
Nanori:
uoたけしtakeshiたけんtakenn
Hangul:
무 [mu]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
武器ぶきbuki
weapon; arms; ordnance; / weapon (something used to gain an advantage); asset
武装ぶそうbusou
arms; armament
武力ぶりょくburyoku
armed might; military power; the sword; force
武道ぶどうbudou
martial arts; military arts; Bushido
武士ぶしbushi
warrior; samurai

ドウDOUトウTOUみちmichiいうiu

road-way; street; district; journey; course; moral; teachings

Strokes:
12 or 11
Radical:
⻌辵辶 walk
SKIP:
3-2-9
UTF:
9053
JIS208:
38-27
Nanori:
sajidoみつmitsuおさむosamu
Hangul:
도 [do]
Pinyin:
dào
Stroke order:
Example words:
みちmichi
road; path; street; lane; passage; / route; way; / distance; journey; / road (e.g. to victory); course; / way (of living, proper conduct, etc.); moral principles; / teachings (esp. Confucian or Buddhist); dogma; / field (e.g. of medicine); subject; speciality; / means; way; method
報道ほうどうhoudou
information; report; journalism; news; / to report
北海道ほっかいどうhokkaidou
Hokkaido (island, prefectural-level administrative unit)
道路どうろdouro
road; highway
鉄道てつどうtetsudou
railroad; railway; rail transport

Partial results:

ぶどうかんbudoukan

noun:

  • martial arts stadium
ぶどうかbudouka

noun:

  • martial artist

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