きさいkisai Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • mention (in a document); record; entry; statement; listing

ハーブHAABUレオンREONトーマスTOOMASUcho、ハーバルライフ,HAABARURAIFUshaよりyoriというtoiu名前namaewo記載kisaiしてshiteくださいkudasai Just make sure that credit is given: "from The Herbs, by Leon Thomas, published by Herbal Life."

Kanji definition:

KIしるshiru.su

scribe; account; narrative

Strokes:
10
Radical:
言訁 speech
SKIP:
1-7-3
UTF:
8a18
JIS208:
21-13
Nanori:
のりnori
Hangul:
기 [gi]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
記録きろくkiroku
record; minutes; document; / record (e.g. in sports); results; score; / to record; to document; / to set a record (e.g. in sports); to show a result; to reach a value
書記しょきshoki
clerk; secretary; / writing down; putting on record
記事きじkiji
article; news story; report; account
記者きしゃkisha
reporter
記念きねんkinen
commemoration; celebration; honoring the memory of something; turning something into a memento; memory

サイSAIせるno.seruno.ru

ride; board; get on; place; spread; 10**44; record; publish

Strokes:
13
Radical:
車 car
SKIP:
4-13-4
UTF:
8f09
JIS208:
26-60
Nanori:
としtoshiのりnori
Hangul:
재 [jae]
Pinyin:
zài / zǎi
Stroke order:
Example words:
掲載けいさいkeisai
publication (e.g. of an article in a newspaper); carrying (e.g. a story); running (e.g. a serial); insertion (e.g. of an advertisement); printing; posting (e.g. on the web)
連載れんさいrensai
serialization; serialisation; serial story
記載きさいkisai
mention (in a document); record; entry; statement; listing
搭載とうさいtousai
loading (on board); equipping; / equipped (with); built-in
載るのるnoru
to be placed on; to be set on; to be piled on; to be loaded on; / to appear (in print); to be mentioned; to be recorded; to be reported; to be given

Partial results:

きさいじこうkisaijikou

noun:

  • items mentioned; contents (of a record); recorded items; entries
きさいもれkisaimore

noun:

  • omission (from a list, record, etc.)

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