Jisho

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Kun reading compounds

  • 唸る 【うなる】 to groan, to moan, to roar, to howl, to growl, to hum (engine, wind, etc.), to buzz, to whiz, to sough, to make a low, dull sound, to ooh and aah (in admiration), to sing in a strong, low voice (esp. traditional chant or recitation), to be about to burst, to overflow
  • 唸るほど 【うなるほど】 to a great extent, incredibly (tasty, much, etc.), (money) to burn, rolling in (cash)
  • 唸り 【うなり】 groan, moan, roar, howl, growl, bellow, hum (e.g. motor), buzz (e.g. bee, wire in wind), sough, beat tone, beats
  • うなり声 【うなりごえ】 groan, moan, roar, growl, buzz, hum (e.g. motor), whistling (e.g. wind, wires in the wind)

Readings

Mandarin Chinese (pinyin):
nian4
Korean:
jeom, jeon

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937 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
3773 Morohashi
823 New Nelson (John Haig)
3d8.12 The Kanji Dictionary
1-3-8 SKIP code
6803.2 Four corner code
1-51-25 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
5538 Unicode hex code