みずmizuずいzui

noun / prefix noun:

  • youth; freshness; purity; luster (lustre); beauty みず - archaism

noun:

  • good omen

noun / prefix noun / suffix noun:

  • Sweden ずい - abbreviation - obscure term
  • Switzerland ずい - abbreviation - obscure term

Kanji definition:

ズイZUIスイSUIみず~mizu しるしshirushi

congratulations

Strokes:
13
Radical:
王玉玊⺩ jade, king
SKIP:
1-4-9
UTF:
745e
JIS208:
31-80
Nanori:
たまtamazuみつmitsu
Hangul:
서 [seo]
Pinyin:
ruì
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
瑞宝章ずいほうしょうzuihoushou
Orders of the Sacred Treasure
瑞宝単光章ずいほうたんこうしょうzuihoutankoushou
Order of the Sacred Treasure, Silver Rays
瑞穂の国みずほのくにmizuhonokuni
Japan, the Land of Abundant Rice
瑞兆ずいちょうzuichou
auspicious sign; good omen
瑞祥ずいしょうzuishou
auspicious sign; good omen

Partial results:

みずみずしいmizumizushii Inflection

adjective:

  • fresh and youthful; lively; vibrant; vivacious; juicy (e.g. fruit)

みずみずしいmizumizushiimomowoかじったkajittatokinoajiga何ともnantomo言えませんiemasen I love the taste when I bite into a juicy peach.

スウェーデンSUUEEDENスエーデンSUEEDENirr.スヰーデンSUWIIDENobs.ateji

noun:

  • Sweden

スウェーデンSUUEEDENにはniha独自のdokujino言語gengogaあるaru Sweden has its own language.

スイスSUISU西ateji

noun:

  • Switzerland - From French "Suisse"

これkorehaスイスSUISUseiですかdesuka Is this made in Switzerland?

ずいほうしょうzuihoushou

noun:

  • Orders of the Sacred Treasure
ずいうんzuiun

noun:

  • auspicious clouds
ずいちょうzuichou

noun:

  • auspicious bird (i.e. crane)
ずいじゅうzuijuu

noun:

ずいちょうzuichou

noun:

  • auspicious sign; good omen
ずいほうそうこうしょうzuihousoukoushou

noun:

  • Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold and Silver Rays
ずいしょうzuishou

noun:

  • auspicious sign; good omen
ずいきzuiki

noun:

  • good omen
みずほのくにmizuhonokuni

noun:

  • Japan, the Land of Abundant Rice
ずいほうたんこうしょうzuihoutankoushou

noun:

  • Order of the Sacred Treasure, Silver Rays

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