あんぎゃangya Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • pilgrimage; traveling on foot

Kanji definition:

コウKOUギョウGYOUアンANi.kuyu.ku~ゆ yu.ki~ゆき yuki~い i.ki~いき ikiおこなokona.uおこなうoko.nau

going; journey; carry out; conduct; act; line; row; bank

Strokes:
6
Radical:
行 go, do, walk
SKIP:
1-3-3
UTF:
884c
JIS208:
25-52
Nanori:
いくikuなみnamiなめnameみちmichiゆきyukiゆくyuku
Hangul:
행 [haeng]항 [hang]
Pinyin:
xíng / háng / hàng / xìng
Stroke order:
Example words:
行政ぎょうせいgyousei
administration; governance; the authorities; authority
銀行ぎんこうginkou
bank
行うおこなうokonau
to perform; to do; to conduct oneself; to carry out
行動こうどうkoudou
action; conduct; behaviour; behavior; mobilization; mobilisation
行方ゆくえyukue
(one's) whereabouts; / outcome

キャクKYAKUキャKYAカクKAKUあしashi

skids; leg; undercarriage; lower part; base

Strokes:
11
Radical:
肉⺼月 meat
SKIP:
1-4-7
UTF:
811a
JIS208:
21-51
Nanori:
shi
Hangul:
각 [gag]
Pinyin:
jiǎo / jiǎ / jué
Stroke order:
Example words:
脚本きゃくほんkyakuhon
script; screenplay; scenario
あしashi
foot; / leg; / gait; / pace; / bottom structural component (i.e. radical) of a kanji; / means of transportation; / money; coin
脚光きゃっこうkyakkou
footlight; limelight
脚色きゃくしょくkyakushoku
dramatization (e.g. of a novel); dramatisation; adaptation; / dramatization; embellishment; exaggeration; embroidery
立脚りっきゃくrikkyaku
being based on

Partial results:

あんぎゃそうangyasou

noun:

  • itinerant monk; monk on a pilgrimage - Buddhism term

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