そなれまつsonarematsuirr.

noun:

  • windswept pine trees

Kanji definition:

KIいそiso

seashore; beach

Strokes:
17
Radical:
石 stone
SKIP:
1-5-12
UTF:
78ef
JIS208:
16-75
Nanori:
shiso
Hangul:
기 [gi]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
いそiso
(rocky) beach; seashore
磯辺いそべisobe
seashore; beach; / food wrapped in nori
磯釣りいそづりisozuri
surf fishing; rock fishing; fishing from rocks by the shore
磯馴れ松そなれまつsonarematsu
windswept pine trees
磯伝いいそづたいisozutai
along a rocky beach

ジュンJUNシュンSHUNクンKUNれるna.reruらすna.rasuしたがshitaga.u

get used to; experienced; tamed

Strokes:
13
Radical:
馬 horse
SKIP:
1-10-3
UTF:
99b4
JIS208:
38-75
Hangul:
순 [sun]훈 [hun]
Pinyin:
xùn / xún
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
馴れ馴れしいなれなれしいnarenareshii
over-familiar
幼馴染みおさななじみosananajimi
childhood friend; friend from infancy; old playmate
不馴れふなれfunare
inexperienced; unfamiliar (with); unversed; lacking experience
馴れるなれるnareru
to get used to; to grow accustomed to; to become familiar with; / to become skilled in; to become experienced at; / to become tame; to become domesticated; / to get used to doing
馴らすならすnarasu
to accustom; to train (e.g. one's ear); / to tame; to domesticate; to train (an animal)

ショウSHOUまつmatsu

pine tree

Strokes:
8
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-4
UTF:
677e
JIS208:
30-30
Nanori:
おおooしょshomaまっma
Hangul:
송 [song]
Pinyin:
sōng
Stroke order:
Example words:
まつmatsu
pine tree (Pinus spp.); / highest (of a three-tier ranking system)
赤松あかまつakamatsu
Japanese red pine (Pinus densiflora); Japanese umbrella pine; tanyosho pine
松原まつばらmatsubara
pine grove
浜松はままつhamamatsu
Hamamatsu (city)
松葉まつばmatsuba
pine needle

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