かまくらkamakura

noun:

  • Kamakura (city)

彼女kanojoha鎌倉kamakuranoumino近くchikakudeottotoいっしょisshoni幸せなshiawasena生活seikatsuwoおくっていますokutteimasu She's leading a happy life with her husband near the sea in Kamakura.

Kanji definition:

レンRENケンKENかまkama

sickle; scythe; trick

Strokes:
18
Radical:
金釒 metal, gold
SKIP:
1-8-10
UTF:
938c
JIS208:
19-89
Nanori:
かたkataかねkane
Hangul:
겸 [gyeom]
Pinyin:
lián
Stroke order:
Example words:
かまkama
sickle; / sickle-and-chain (weapon); / spear with curved cross-blades; / gooseneck tenon and mortise joint; / noisiness; / part of a fish around the gills
鎌倉かまくらkamakura
Kamakura (city)
鋸鎌のこぎりがまnokogirigama
toothed sickle
鎌足かまあしkamaashi
legs bowed in; sitting with heels spread apart
鎌鼬かまいたちkamaitachi
type Japanese folkloric monster (yokai), thought to be a trio of weasels who appear in a whirlwind to cut their victim; / cut caused by whirlwind

ソウSOUくらkura

godown; warehouse; storehouse; cellar; treasury

Strokes:
10
Radical:
人亻 human
SKIP:
2-3-7
UTF:
5009
JIS208:
33-50
Hangul:
창 [chang]
Pinyin:
cāng
Stroke order:
Example words:
倉庫そうこsouko
storehouse; warehouse; godown
くらkura
warehouse; storehouse; cellar; magazine; granary; godown; depository; treasury; elevator
倉敷くらしきkurashiki
storage charges
鎌倉かまくらkamakura
Kamakura (city)
米倉こめぐらkomegura
rice granary

Partial results:

かまくらじだいkamakurajidai

noun:

  • Kamakura period (1185-1333 CE)
かまくらぼりkamakurabori

noun:

  • carvings of the Kamakura style
かまくらしんぶっきょうkamakurashinbukkyou

noun:

  • new schools of Japanese Buddhism founded during the Kamakura period
かまくらのたたかいkamakuranotatakai

expression / noun:

  • Battle of Kamakura (Genkō War, 1333); Siege of Kamakura
かまくらござんkamakuragozan

noun:

  • the five great Rinzai temples of Kamakura (Kencho-ji, Engaku-ji, Jufuku-ji, Jochi-ji, Jomyo-ji) 京都五山
かまくらばくふkamakurabakufu

noun:

  • Kamakura shogunate (1185-1333 CE)

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