かみかぜkamikazeしんぷうshinpuuかむかぜkamukaze

noun:

  • divine wind (esp. a typhoon thought to have protected Japan from a Mongolian invasion in the 13th century)
  • kamikaze かみかぜ

Kanji definition:

シンSHINジンJINかみkamiかん~kan こう~kou

gods; mind; soul

Strokes:
9
Radical:
示礻 spirit, altar
SKIP:
1-4-5
UTF:
795e
JIS208:
31-32
Nanori:
kaかぐkaguかなkanaかもkamoくまkumakoこはkohaだまdamami
Hangul:
신 [sin]
Pinyin:
shén
Stroke order:
Example words:
精神せいしんseishin
mind; spirit; soul; heart; ethos; / attitude; mentality; will; intention; / spirit (of a matter); essence; fundamental significance
かみkami
god; deity; divinity; spirit; kami; / incredible; fantastic; / emperor of Japan; / thunder
阪神はんしんhanshin
Osaka-Kobe; / Hanshin (company name: railway, dept. store, baseball team, etc.)
神社じんじゃjinja
Shinto shrine
神経しんけいshinkei
nerve; / nerves; sensitivity

フウFUUFUかぜkazeかざ~kaza ~かぜ kaze

wind; air; style; manner

Strokes:
9
Radical:
風𠘨 wind
SKIP:
3-2-7
UTF:
98a8
JIS208:
41-87
Nanori:
ie
Hangul:
풍 [pung]
Pinyin:
fēng
Stroke order:
Example words:
台風たいふうtaifuu
typhoon; hurricane
風景ふうけいfuukei
scenery; scene; landscape; view; sight; / scene (e.g. of a crime)
風邪かぜkaze
common cold; cold; influenza; flu; ague
風土ふうどfuudo
natural features; topography; climate; spiritual features
風速ふうそくfuusoku
wind speed

Partial results:

かみかぜタクシーkamikazeTAKUSHII

noun:

  • kamikaze taxi (1960s term for taxis that fail to heed traffic regulations) - colloquialism

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