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Words — 53 found

Noun
1. seal; stamp; monogram signatureOnly applies to はん
2. judgment; judgementOnly applies to はん
Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
3. size (of paper or books)See also 判型
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判 【ばん】
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Noun, Suru verb, No-adjective
1. judicial decision; judgement; judgment; sentence; decree
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2. Judgment (law)A judgment, in a legal context, is synonymous with the fo... Read more
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Noun, Suru verb
1. judgment; judgement; decision; conclusion; adjudication
2. divination
Noun
3. judgementMathematics
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Noun, Suru verb
1. judgement; judgment; decision; adjudication; award; verdict; determination
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Noun, Suru verb
1. establishing; proving; ascertaining; identifying; confirming
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Taru-adjective, Adverb taking the 'to' particle
1. clear; distinct; evident; definite
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Noun
1. seal (used in lieu of a signature)Usually written using kana alone, See also 印鑑
Other forms
ハンコ
Notes
判子: Ateji (phonetic) reading.
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Noun, Suru verb
1. decipherment; interpretation; making out; identification
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Noun
1. (judicial) precedent
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Noun, Suru verb
1. distinction; discrimination; distinguishing; discernment
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Noun
1. ratio decidendi; reason for a verdictLaw, etc. term
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Noun
1. opinion (in legal context); indication
Suru verb
2. to hold that (in legal context); to judge that
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Noun
1. sympathy for a tragic hero; rooting for the underdogYojijukugo (four character compound)
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判官贔屓 【ほうがんびいき】
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Kanji — 1 found

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7 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 5.
judgement, signature, stamp, seal
Kun: わか.る
On: ハン バン
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Names — 35 found

はんかんもり 【判官森】
Place
1. Hankanmori
はんかんやま 【判官山】
Place
1. Hankanyama
はんがたさわがわ 【判形沢川】
Place
1. Hangatasawagawa
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