しょうshou

noun:

  • round bronze jar used for storing alcohol (Han dynasty China)

Kanji definition:

ショウSHOUシュSHUあつめるatsu.meruさかずきsakazukiかねkane

spindle; gather; collect

Strokes:
17
Radical:
金釒 metal, gold
SKIP:
1-8-9
UTF:
937e
JIS208:
30-65
Hangul:
종 [jong]
Pinyin:
zhōng
Stroke order:
Example words:
鍾乳洞しょうにゅうどうshounyuudou
limestone cave; limestone cavern
鍾馗しょうきshouki
Shoki the Plague-Queller; Zhong Kui (traditional Chinese deity said to prevent plagues and ward off evil beings); vanquisher of ghosts and evil beings, and reputedly able to command 80,000 demons; / Shoki (WWII fighter aircraft)
鍾乳石しょうにゅうせきshounyuuseki
stalactite
鍾馗さんしょうきさんshoukisan
small statue of Shoki the Plague-Queller (placed on the overhang of traditional houses)
鍾馗散しょうきさんshoukisan
traditional Chinese cold remedy (a medical powder with antipyretic and diaphoretic effects)

Partial results:

しょうにゅうどうshounyuudouirr.

noun:

  • limestone cave; limestone cavern
しょうきさんshoukisan

noun:

  • traditional Chinese cold remedy (a medical powder with antipyretic and diaphoretic effects) - archaism
しょうにゅうたいshounyuutai

noun:

  • cystolith - Botany term
しょうきshouki

noun:

  • Shoki the Plague-Queller; Zhong Kui (traditional Chinese deity said to prevent plagues and ward off evil beings); vanquisher of ghosts and evil beings, and reputedly able to command 80,000 demons
  • Shoki (WWII fighter aircraft)
しょうにゅうせきshounyuusekiirr.

noun:

しょうあいshouai Inflection

noun / ~の noun / ~する noun:

  • deep affection; tender love; devotion; doting upon
しょうきずいせんshoukizuisenショウキズイセンSHOUKIZUISEN

noun:

  • Lycoris traubii (species of spider lily)
しょうきらんshoukiranショウキランSHOUKIRAN

noun:

  • Yoania japonica (species of orchid)
  • Lycoris traubii (species of spider lily) 鍾馗水仙
しょうきさんshoukisan

noun:

  • small statue of Shoki the Plague-Queller (placed on the overhang of traditional houses) 鍾馗

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