がましゅgamashu

noun:

  • ranula

Kanji definition:

KAGEえびebi

shrimp; prawn; lobster

Strokes:
15
Radical:
虫 insect
SKIP:
1-6-9
UTF:
8766
JIS208:
18-60
Nanori:
えみemi
Hangul:
하 [ha]
Pinyin:
xiā / há
Stroke order:
Example words:
蝦夷えぞezo
historical term for non-Yamato peoples in northern Japan; Emishi; / Yezo (northern part of Meiji-era Japan, esp. Hokkaido, but also Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands)
えびebi
prawn; shrimp; lobster; crayfish
蝦虎魚はぜhaze
goby (fish); / yellowfin goby (Acanthogobius flavimanus)
伊勢蝦いせえびiseebi
spiny lobster (esp. Japanese spiny lobster, Panulirus japonicus)
蝦蟇腫がましゅgamashu
ranula

BAMAひきhiki

toad

Strokes:
16 or 17
Radical:
虫 insect
SKIP:
2-4-13
UTF:
87c7
JIS208:
74-17
Hangul:
마 [ma]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
蟇股かえるまたkaerumata
curved wooden support on top of the main beam of a house, now mainly decorative (shape evocates an open-legged frog)
蝦蟇口がまぐちgamaguchi
purse with a metal clasp; handbag (with clasp); pouch (with clasp); coin purse (with clasp)
蟇目ひきめhikime
large, perforated, turnip-shaped arrowhead cover made of Japanese bigleaf magnolia or paulownia; harmless arrow affixed with such a cover (that whistles when shot and is used to drive off evil spirits)
蝦蟇腫がましゅgamashu
ranula

シュSHUショウSHOUれるha.reruha.reらすha.rasuku.muはれものharemono

tumor; swelling

Strokes:
13
Radical:
肉⺼月 meat
SKIP:
1-4-9
UTF:
816b
JIS208:
28-80
Hangul:
종 [jong]
Pinyin:
zhǒng
Stroke order:
Example words:
腫瘍しゅようshuyou
tumor; tumour; neoplasm; neoplasia
腫れるはれるhareru
to swell (from inflammation); to become swollen
しゅshu
tumor; tumour
甲状腺腫こうじょうせんしゅkoujousenshu
goiter; goitre
泣き腫らすなきはらすnakiharasu
to weep one's eyes out

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