Jisho

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15 strokes
Radical:
speech 言 (訁)
Parts:
who, someone, somebody
Kun:
だれたれ
On:
スイ
Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high
1933 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Speed

Stroke order

On reading compounds

  • 誰何 【スイカ】 challenging (an unknown person), asking a person's identity

Kun reading compounds

  • 誰 【だれ】 who
  • 誰か 【だれか】 someone, somebody
  • どこの誰 【どこのだれ】 who the heck, just who
  • 誰々 【だれだれ】 so-and-so, who?, which people?
  • 誰 【だれ】 who
  • 誰彼 【だれかれ】 this or that person, anybody, many people
  • 誰 【だれ】 who
  • 誰が為に 【たがために】 for whom

Readings

Chinese:
shui2, shei2
Korean:
su

Spanish

  • quién
  • alguien

Portuguese

French

  • qui
  • quelqu'un
1652 A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage
4384 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
1747 Kanji and Kana, 2nd Edition (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
81 Kanji in Context (Nishiguchi and Kono)
1986 Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
1429 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary, 2nd Edition (Jack Halpern)
563 Les Kanjis dans la tete (Yves Maniette)
35586 Morohashi
1578 New Japanese English Character Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
5642 New Nelson (John Haig)
2712 Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig)
598 Remembering The Kanji, 6th edition (James Heisig)
484 The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power (Dale Crowley)
7a8.1 The Kanji Dictionary
1-7-8 SKIP code
0061.4 Four corner code
1-35-15 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
8ab0 Unicode hex code

20 strokes
Radical:
metal, gold 金 (釒)
Parts:
bell, gong, chimes
Kun:
かね
On:
ショウ
Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high
JLPT level N1
1681 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Speed

Stroke order

On reading compounds

  • 鐘楼 【ショウロウ】 belfry, bell tower
  • 鍾乳洞 【ショウニュウドウ】 limestone cave, limestone cavern
  • 警鐘 【ケイショウ】 alarm bell, fire bell, warning, wake-up call
  • 鳴鐘 【メイショウ】 bell-ringing (at a temple)

Kun reading compounds

  • 鐘 【かね】 bell (often a large hanging bell), chime
  • 鐘撞 【かねつき】 ringing of a bell, bell ringer
  • 入相の鐘 【いりあいのかね】 evening bell, vespers bell
  • 時の鐘 【ときのかね】 hour bell

Readings

Chinese:
zhong1
Korean:
jong

Spanish

  • campana

Portuguese

  • sino
  • gongo
  • carrilhão

French

  • cloche
  • gong
  • carillon
1414 A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters (Kenneth G. Henshall)
1425 A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage
4917 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
1695 Essential Kanji (P.G. O’Neill)
1859 Japanese Kanji Flashcards (Max Hodges and Tomoko Okazaki)
2883 Japanese Names (P.G. O’Neill)
1821 Kanji and Kana (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
1970 Kanji and Kana, 2nd Edition (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
1607 Kanji in Context (Nishiguchi and Kono)
1835 Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
2222 Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
1159 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
1578 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary, 2nd Edition (Jack Halpern)
445 Les Kanjis dans la tete (Yves Maniette)
40902 Morohashi
1769 New Japanese English Character Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
6352 New Nelson (John Haig)
438 Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig)
470 Remembering The Kanji, 6th edition (James Heisig)
1935 Tuttle Kanji Cards (Alexander Kask)
2872 2001 Kanji
8a12.6 The Kanji Dictionary
1-8-12 SKIP code
8011.4 Four corner code
1-30-66 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
9418 Unicode hex code

14 strokes
Radical:
mouth, opening
Parts:
chirp, cry, bark, sound, ring, echo, honk
Kun:
な.くな.るな.らす
On:
メイ
Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 2
JLPT level N3
1279 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Speed

Stroke order

On reading compounds

  • 鳴管 【メイカン】 syrinx (part of a bird), lower larynx
  • 鳴禽 【メイキン】 songbird, oscine
  • 百家争鳴 【ヒャッカソウメイ】 let a hundred schools of thought contend
  • 蛙鳴 【アメイ】 frog calling

Kun reading compounds

  • 鳴く 【なく】 to sing (bird), to make sound (animal), to call, to cry, to chirp, to make a meld call (e.g. pung, kong)
  • 鳴く蝉よりも鳴かぬ蛍が身を焦がす 【なくせみよりもなかぬほたるがみをこがす】 empty vessels make the most noise, the silent firefly burns with more passion than the crying cicada
  • 鳴る 【なる】 to sound, to ring, to resound, to echo, to roar, to rumble
  • 鳴門 【なると】 strait with a roaring tidal ebb and flow, whirlpool, maelstrom, kamaboko with a spiral whirlpool-like pattern, cooking technique where ingredients are cut in a spiral pattern, Naruto, city in NE Tokushima pref, Naruto Strait, Naruto wakame
  • 鳴らす 【ならす】 to ring, to sound, to chime, to beat, to snort (nose), to snap (fingers), to crack (joints), to be popular, to be esteemed, to be reputed, to state, to insist, to complain, to fart (loudly)

Readings

Japanese names:
なり、 なる
Chinese:
ming2
Korean:
myeong

Spanish

  • emitir sonido (animal)
  • sonido
  • sonar
  • hacer sonar

Portuguese

  • gorjeio
  • choro
  • latido
  • som
  • argola
  • eco
  • buzina

French

  • gazouiller
  • crier
  • aboyer
  • pousser son cri (animal)
  • sonner
  • écho
  • cacarder
321 A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese (Florence Sakade)
229 A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese 3rd edition (Henshall, Seeley and De Groot)
209 A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters (Kenneth G. Henshall)
1186 A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage
983 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
864 Essential Kanji (P.G. O’Neill)
1019 Japanese Kanji Flashcards (Max Hodges and Tomoko Okazaki)
2065 Japanese Names (P.G. O’Neill)
925 Kanji and Kana (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
948 Kanji and Kana, 2nd Edition (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
487 Kanji in Context (Nishiguchi and Kono)
1935 Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
831 Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
481 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
616 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary, 2nd Edition (Jack Halpern)
1961 Les Kanjis dans la tete (Yves Maniette)
46672 Morohashi
674 New Japanese English Character Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
6939 New Nelson (John Haig)
1942 Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig)
2092 Remembering The Kanji, 6th edition (James Heisig)
235 Tuttle Kanji Cards (Alexander Kask)
3750 2001 Kanji
3d11.1 The Kanji Dictionary
1-3-11 SKIP code
6702.7 Four corner code
1-44-36 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
9cf4 Unicode hex code