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  • こうぎょうぶつ 興行物
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  • こうぎょうぶつ 興行物

Words — 25 found

Noun
1. kanji; Chinese character
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かんぶんけん 漢字文化圏
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1. Chinese-character cultural sphere; Sinosphere; countries where Chinese characters are used or were historically used
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1. countries where Chinese characters are used or were historically usedSee also 漢字文化圏
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1. Kanjigen (character dictionary published by Gakken)Work of art, literature, music, etc. name
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1. restrictions on the number of kanji recognized for usage (recognised)
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1. Japanese pronunciation of a kanji (based on adopted Chinese pronunciations)See also 音読み
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かんぶん 漢字仮名交
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1. mixed writing (kanji and kana)See also 仮名交じり文
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漢字かな交じり文 【かんじかなまじりぶん】
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1. kanji dictionary; character dictionarySee also 漢和辞典
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漢字字典 【かんじじてん】
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1. kanji aptitude test (esp. the Kanji Kentei); The Japan Kanji Aptitude TestSee also 漢検
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1. kanji representation; representation in Chinese characters; way of writing (a word) in kanji
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かんちょくせつにゅうりょく 漢字直接入力
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1. direct kanji input (as opposed to kana-kanji conversion)Computing, See also 漢直
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かんせいげんろん 漢字制限論
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1. the question of limiting the use of Chinese characters
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Kanji — 2 found

9.729199229399152
13 strokes. JLPT N4. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 3.
Sino-, China
On: カン
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1.05775871469594
6 strokes. JLPT N4. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1.
character, letter, word, section of village
Kun: あざ あざな -な
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Sentences — 16 found

  • jreibun/87/1
      日本人によく見られる
    • みょうじ名字
    • なか
    • で比較的単純なものと言えば、
    • やま
    • など、自然の
    • ふうぶつ風物
    • を漢字で組み合わせたものである。
    • ぐたいれい具体例
    • を挙げると、「
    • やまだ山田
    • やまかわ山川
    • のだ野田
    • はたの畑野
    • 」などである。
    Relatively simple surnames commonly found among Japanese people are those that combine things of nature, such as mountains and rice paddies, in kanji characters. Examples include Yamada (mountain and rice paddy), Yamakawa (mountain and river), Noda (field and rice paddy), and Hatano (farm and field). Jreibun
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Names — 1 found

かんじ 【漢字】
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1. Kanji