じゅうしょうjuushouおもでomodeおもでomode

noun:

  • serious wound; serious injury

あるaru実験jikkende怪我kegawoしてshiteかなりkanarino重傷juushouだったdatta I got hurt during an experiment, and the injury was pretty serious.

Kanji definition:

ジュウJUUチョウCHOUeおもomo.iおもomo.riおもなうomo.nauかさねるkasa.neruかさなるkasa.naruおもomo

heavy; important; esteem; respect; heap up; pile up; nest of boxes; -fold

Strokes:
9
Radical:
里 village, mile
SKIP:
2-1-8
UTF:
91cd
JIS208:
29-37
Nanori:
さねsaneしげshigeしげるshigeru
Hangul:
중 [jung]
Pinyin:
zhòng / chóng
Stroke order:
Example words:
重要じゅうようjuuyou
important; momentous; essential; principal; major
重大じゅうだいjuudai
serious; important; significant; grave; weighty
重点じゅうてんjuuten
important point; emphasis; stress; importance; priority; / iteration mark; / colon (punctuation)
重視じゅうしjuushi
regarding as important; attaching importance to; taking a serious view of; putting emphasis on
貴重きちょうkichou
precious; valuable

ショウSHOUきずkizuいたita.muいためるita.meru

wound; hurt; injure; impair; pain; injury; cut; gash; scar; weak point

Strokes:
13
Radical:
人亻 human
SKIP:
1-2-11
UTF:
50b7
JIS208:
29-93
Hangul:
상 [sang]
Pinyin:
shāng
Stroke order:
Example words:
きずkizu
wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar; / chip; crack; scratch; nick; / flaw; defect; weakness; weak point; / stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour; / (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings
重傷じゅうしょうjuushou
serious wound; serious injury
軽傷けいしょうkeishou
minor injury
傷者しょうしゃshousha
wounded person; casualty; injured person
死傷者ししょうしゃshishousha
casualties; killed and wounded

Partial results:

じゅうしょうしゃjuushousha

noun:

  • severely wounded person

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