はきゅうhakyuu Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • spread; extension; influence; aftereffect; ripple

ヨーロッパYOOROPPAdeno奴隷制度doreiseidono廃止haishihaやがてyagateアメリカAMERIKAnimo波及hakyuuしましたshimashita The abolition of slavery in Europe eventually reached America.

Kanji definition:

HAなみnami

waves; billows; Poland

Strokes:
8
Radical:
水氵氺 water
SKIP:
1-3-5
UTF:
6ce2
JIS208:
39-40
Nanori:
ひらhiraみなminaみなみminamiwa
Hangul:
파 [pa]
Pinyin:
bō / pō
Stroke order:
Example words:
なみnami
wave
電波でんぱdenpa
electromagnetic wave; radio wave; reception; signal; / saying strange things
波紋はもんhamon
ripple; ring on the water; / repercussions; / Japanese slit drum; instrument made of iron with slits on top; makes a rippling sound
津波つなみtsunami
tsunami; tidal wave
波乱はらんharan
disturbance; trouble; ups and downs

キュウKYUUおよoyo.buおよoyo.biおよびoyobiおよぼすoyo.bosu

reach out; exert; exercise; cause

Strokes:
3
Radical:
丿 bend, slash
SKIP:
4-4-1
UTF:
53ca
JIS208:
21-58
Nanori:
おいoino
Hangul:
급 [geub]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
普及ふきゅうfukyuu
diffusion; spread; popularization; promulgation; familiarization
追及ついきゅうtsuikyuu
investigation (e.g. into someone's guilt); questioning; pressing; hounding; pinning down; / catching up; overtaking
及ぶおよぶoyobu
to reach; to amount to; to befall; to happen to; to extend; / to be up to the task; to come up to; / to compare with; to be a match (for); / to commit (a crime); / to require (to do)
言及げんきゅうgenkyuu
reference; allusion
波及はきゅうhakyuu
spread; extension; influence; aftereffect; ripple

Partial results:

はきゅうこうかhakyuukouka

noun:

  • ripple effect; spillover effect; propagation effect - four character idiom

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