なんかnanka Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • softening Antonym: 硬化
  • softening (of attitude); mollification Antonym: 硬化
  • weakening (of the market) Antonym: 硬化
  • blanching (e.g. of vegetables; by depriving of light)

Kanji definition:

ナンNANやわらかyawa.rakaやわらかいyawa.rakai

soft

Strokes:
11
Radical:
車 car
SKIP:
1-7-4
UTF:
8edf
JIS208:
38-80
Hangul:
연 [yeon]
Pinyin:
ruǎn
Stroke order:
Example words:
柔軟じゅうなんjuunan
flexible; lithe; soft; pliable
軟化なんかnanka
softening; / softening (of attitude); mollification; / weakening (of the market); / blanching (e.g. of vegetables; by depriving of light)
軟らかやわらかyawaraka
soft; tender; limp; subdued (colour or light) (color); gentle; meek
軟らかいやわらかいyawarakai
soft; tender; pliant; supple; limber; limp; / gentle; mild; mellow; / informal; light; flexible (e.g. thinking)
軟式なんしきnanshiki
soft (esp. of softball, tennis, etc.)

KAKEけるba.keruかすba.kasuけるfu.keruするke.suru

change; take the form of; influence; enchant; delude; -ization

Strokes:
4
Radical:
匕 spoon
SKIP:
1-2-2
UTF:
5316
JIS208:
18-29
Hangul:
화 [hwa]
Pinyin:
huà
Stroke order:
Example words:
文化ぶんかbunka
culture; civilization; civilisation; / Bunka era (1804.2.11-1818.4.22)
強化きょうかkyouka
strengthening; intensifying; reinforcement; enhancement; solidification
変化へんかhenka
change; variation; alteration; mutation; transition; transformation; transfiguration; metamorphosis; / variety; diversity; / inflection; declension; conjugation; / sidestepping
悪化あっかakka
(suffer) deterioration; growing worse; aggravation; degeneration; corruption
化学かがくkagaku
chemistry

Partial results:

なんかしょうnankashou

noun:

  • malacia; abnormal softening of tissues

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