きゅうkyuu

noun:

  • sphere - Mathematics term

suffix / counter:

  • counter for balls - Baseball term
たまtama

noun:

  • ball; sphere; globe; orb
  • bead (of sweat, dew, etc.); drop; droplet
  • ball (in sports) - esp. 球
  • pile (of noodles, etc.)
  • bullet - esp. 弾; also written as 弾丸
  • bulb (i.e. a light bulb) - esp. 球
  • lens (of glasses, etc.)
  • bead (of an abacus) - esp. 玉,珠
  • ball (i.e. a testicle) - esp. 玉 - slang - abbreviation 金玉【きんたま】
  • gem; jewel (esp. spherical; sometimes used figuratively); pearl - esp. 玉,珠; also written as 璧
  • female entertainer (e.g. a geisha)
  • person (when commenting on their nature); character - derogatory term
  • item, funds or person used as part of a plot

noun / suffix noun:

suffix noun:

  • coin - usu. だま
  • precious; beautiful; excellent

彼のkarenogakuにはnihatamanoようなyounaasega浮かんでいたukandeita There were beads of sweat on his forehead.

ニッケルNIKKERUhaセントSENTOdamaですdesu A nickel is a five-cent coin.

王手outewoかけられたkakeraretaほうhouhatamawo逃げるnigeruなどnadono方法houhoude王手outewo防がfusegaねばなりませんnebanarimasen The checked player must find a way for the king to escape and block the check.

tamaga彼のkarenohoowoかすめたkasumeta The bullet just shaved his cheek.

こいつkoitsugaそんなsonnatamaじゃないjanaiことkotoなんてnanteとうの昔tounomukashini解っていたwakatteitaからkarasa That's because, you see, I've known he isn't that sort of person from a long time back.

まりmariirr.

noun:

  • ball (for sport, games, etc.)
  • kemari; type of football played by courtiers in ancient Japan 鞠・毬 蹴鞠

Kanji definition:

キュウKYUUたまtama

ball; sphere

Strokes:
11
Radical:
王玉玊⺩ jade, king
SKIP:
1-4-7
UTF:
7403
JIS208:
21-69
Nanori:
ku
Hangul:
구 [gu]
Pinyin:
qiú
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
野球やきゅうyakyuu
baseball
地球ちきゅうchikyuu
the earth; the globe
きゅうkyuu
sphere; / counter for balls
四球しきゅうshikyuu
four balls; base on balls; a walk
球場きゅうじょうkyuujou
baseball stadium

Partial results:

きゅうこんkyuukon

noun / ~の noun:

  • (plant) bulb
きゅうじょうkyuujou

noun:

  • baseball stadium

watashiha甲子園koushien球場kyuujouni行くiku I go to Koshien stadium.

きゅうだんkyuudan

noun:

  • baseball team
きゅういkyuui

noun:

  • (pitcher's) stuff - Baseball term
きゅうかいkyuukai

noun:

  • the baseball world
きゅうぎkyuugi

noun:

  • ball game (e.g. baseball, tennis, soccer)

たとえばtatoebaバスケットボールBASUKETTOBOORUya卓球takkyuunoようなyouna球技kyuugiha普通futsuu室内shitsunaide行われるokonawareru Ball games, such as basketball and ping-pong, are usually played indoors.

きゅうきんkyuukin

noun / ~の noun:

  • coccus
たまつきtamatsukiirr.

noun:

  • billiards; pool
  • serial collisions (of cars)
きゅうけいkyuukei

noun / ~の noun:

  • globular or spherical shape

昔のmukashinohitoha地球chikyuuha球形kyuukeide太陽taiyouno周囲shuuiwo回っているmawatteiruことkotowo知らなかったshiranakatta Formerly people did not know that the earth is round and that it moves around the sun.

きゅうそくkyuusoku

noun:

  • speed of a pitched ball; (pitcher's) pace
きゅうじょうkyuujou

noun:

  • shape of a globe; globe shape

~の noun:

  • spherical
きゅうしんkyuushin

noun:

  • umpire-in-chief; plate umpire - Baseball term
きゅうたいkyuutai

noun:

  • sphere; globe; orb

地球chikyuuha完全なkanzenna球体kyuutaiではないdehanai The earth is not a perfect globe.

たまのりtamanori

noun:

  • balancing on a ball
たますじtamasuji

noun:

  • course of a thrown ball - Baseball term
  • course of a hit ball (golf, tennis, etc.) - Sports term
きゅうけいのうkyuukeinou

noun:

  • sacculus; saccule
きゅうめんきょうkyuumenkyou

noun:

  • spherical mirror
くまじょうちゅうkumajouchuuくましょうちゅうkumashouchuu

noun:

  • Kumamoto rice shochu
きゅうめんきかがくkyuumenkikagaku

noun:

  • spherical geometry
きゅうじkyuuji

noun:

  • baseball-playing teenager; high-school baseball player
きゅうざひょうkyuuzahyou

noun:

  • spherical coordinates
きゅうえんkyuuen

noun:

  • baseball all-star game
きゅうぎkyuugi

noun:

  • billiards
きゅうでんkyuuden

noun:

  • ball lightning
きゅうじょうせんしゅkyuujousenshu

noun:

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