かさkasa

noun:

  • conical hat (East-Asian style); coolie hat
  • something shaped like a conical hat or an umbrella; shade (of a lamp); mushroom cap; pileus 傘【かさ】

Kanji definition:

リュウRYUUかさkasa

bamboo hat; one's influence

Strokes:
11
Radical:
竹⺮ bamboo
SKIP:
2-6-5
UTF:
7b20
JIS208:
19-62
Hangul:
립 [rib]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
かさkasa
conical hat (East-Asian style); coolie hat; / something shaped like a conical hat or an umbrella; shade (of a lamp); mushroom cap; pileus
綾藺笠あやいがさayaigasa
type of traditional Japanese conical hat
編み笠あみがさamigasa
braided hat
編笠茸あみがさたけamigasatake
morel mushroom
松笠まつかさmatsukasa
pinecone; pine cone

Partial results:

かさぼこkasaboko

noun:

  • combined umbrella and halberd carried on floats in some festivals
かさぐもkasagumo

noun:

  • cap cloud (cloud shaped like an Asian bamboo hat that forms at the peak of a tall mountain)
かさにきるkasanikiruirr. Inflection

expression / ichidan verb:

  • to wear the mantle of (borrowed) authority and misuse it
かさごkasagoカサゴKASAGO

noun:

  • scorpionfish
  • marbled rockfish (Sebastiscus marmoratus)
かさいしkasaishi

noun:

  • copestone; cope; coping stone; capping stone; capstone
かさがいkasagaiカサガイKASAGAI

noun:

  • limpet (esp. species Cellana mazatlandica)
かさにかかるkasanikakaruirr.irr. Inflection

expression / godan ~る verb:

  • to be highhanded; to be arrogant; to be overbearing
かさのだいがとぶkasanodaigatobu Inflection

expression / godan ~ぶ verb:

  • to be fired; to be decapitated
かさぎkasagi

noun:

  • coping; top rail; cap piece; head board; what covers the top of a wall, torii or gate, not necessarily made of wood - Architecture term

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