Jisho

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9 strokes
Radical:
fly
Parts:
fly, skip (pages), scatter
Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 4
JLPT level N3
580 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Speed

Stroke order

On reading compounds

  • 飛 【ヒ】 rook
  • 飛球 【ヒキュウ】 fly (ball)
  • 犠飛 【ギヒ】 sacrifice fly
  • 中飛 【チュウヒ】 center fly, centre fly

Kun reading compounds

  • 飛ぶ 【とぶ】 to fly, to soar, to jump, to leap, to spring, to bound, to hop, to spatter, to scatter, to splash, to fly (e.g. of sparks), to hurry, to rush, to flee, to run off, to escape, to disappear, to vanish, to fade, to thin out, to break off, to come off, to fall off, to blow (of a fuse), to be sent out (of an order), to fly (of false rumours, catcalls, etc.), to come flying (of a punch, kick, etc.), to be missing (of a page, stitch, etc.), to skip, to jump (e.g. of a conversation)
  • 飛ぶ鳥 【とぶとり】 flying bird, soaring bird
  • 飛ばす 【とばす】 to let fly, to make fly, to send flying, to blow off (e.g. in the wind), to launch, to fire, to hurl, to shoot, to skip over, to leave out, to omit, to drop (e.g. a stitch), to run fast, to drive fast, to gallop, to spray, to splash, to spatter, to say without reservation, to call out (e.g. a jeer), to rattle off (e.g. a joke), to spread (e.g. a rumour), to circulate, to send out (a message), to issue (e.g. an appeal), to transfer (to a less important post), to send away (e.g. to a provincial branch), to demote, to dispatch quickly (e.g. a reporter), to get rid of, to burn off (alcohol), to attack (e.g. with a leg manoeuvre), to do vigorously, to do roughly, to do energetically

Readings

Japanese names:
あす、 とび
Mandarin Chinese (pinyin):
fei1
Korean:
bi

Spanish

  • volar
  • omitir

Portuguese

  • voar
  • pular (páginas)
  • dispersar

French

  • voler
  • sauter (une page)
  • répandre
493 A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese (Florence Sakade)
595 A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese 3rd edition (Henshall, Seeley and De Groot)
566 A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters (Kenneth G. Henshall)
440 A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage
5152 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
404 Essential Kanji (P.G. O’Neill)
1013 Japanese Kanji Flashcards (Max Hodges and Tomoko Okazaki)
1014 Japanese Names (P.G. O’Neill)
530 Kanji and Kana (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
539 Kanji and Kana, 2nd Edition (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
265 Kanji in Context (Nishiguchi and Kono)
1899 Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
4389 Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
2222 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
2990 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary, 2nd Edition (Jack Halpern)
1905 Les Kanjis dans la tete (Yves Maniette)
44000 Morohashi
3572 New Japanese English Character Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
6672 New Nelson (John Haig)
1887 Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig)
2032 Remembering The Kanji, 6th edition (James Heisig)
531 Tuttle Kanji Cards (Alexander Kask)
3556 2001 Kanji
0a9.4 The Kanji Dictionary
4-9-1 SKIP code
3-3-6 SKIP code
1241.3 Four corner code
1-40-84 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
98db Unicode hex code

12 strokes
Radical:
bow
Parts:
Variants:
bullet, twang, flip, snap
Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high
JLPT level N1
853 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Speed

Stroke order

On reading compounds

  • 弾 【ダン】 counter for parts, stages, installments, etc. (of a story, series, project, campaign, etc.), counter for bullets
  • 弾圧 【ダンアツ】 oppression, suppression, pressure
  • 防弾 【ボウダン】 bulletproof, bombproof
  • 砲弾 【ホウダン】 shell, cannonball

Kun reading compounds

  • 弾く 【ひく】 to play (a stringed or keyboard instrument)
  • 弾む 【はずむ】 to spring, to bound, to bounce, to be stimulated, to be encouraged, to get lively, to pay handsomely, to splurge, to part eagerly with (money, etc.), to breathe hard, to pant, to be out of breath
  • 玉 【たま】 ball, sphere, globe, orb, bead (of sweat, dew, etc.), drop, droplet, ball (in sports), pile (of noodles, etc.), bullet, bulb (i.e. a light bulb), lens (of glasses, etc.), bead (of an abacus), ball (i.e. a testicle), gem, jewel (esp. spherical; sometimes used figuratively), pearl, female entertainer (e.g. a geisha), person (when commenting on their nature), character, item, funds or person used as part of a plot, egg, coin, precious, beautiful, excellent
  • 弾傷 【たまきず】 bullet wound, gunshot wound
  • 弾く 【はじく】 to flip, to snap, to flick, to repel, to use (an abacus), to calculate, to strum, to pluck the strings (of a guitar, etc.)
  • 弾ける 【はじける】 to burst open, to split open, to pop, to be bursting with (e.g. youth, laughter, flavor), to bounce, to bound
  • 弾正台 【だんじょうだい】 Imperial Prosecuting and Investigating Office (1869-1871 CE), Imperial Prosecuting and Investigating Office (under the ritsuryo system)

Readings

Mandarin Chinese (pinyin):
dan4, tan2
Korean:
tan

Spanish

  • bala
  • pelota
  • chasquido
  • golpe seco
  • chasquear
  • tocar (piano
  • guitarra
  • etc.)

Portuguese

  • Bala (arma)
  • fanhoso
  • sacudidela
  • estalo

French

  • boulet
  • rebond
  • chiquenaude
  • vibration
1570 A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters (Kenneth G. Henshall)
933 A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage
1575 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
1099 Essential Kanji (P.G. O’Neill)
1272 Japanese Kanji Flashcards (Max Hodges and Tomoko Okazaki)
1880 Japanese Names (P.G. O’Neill)
1539 Kanji and Kana (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
1641 Kanji and Kana, 2nd Edition (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
590 Kanji in Context (Nishiguchi and Kono)
613 Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
697 Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
418 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
524 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary, 2nd Edition (Jack Halpern)
1950 Les Kanjis dans la tete (Yves Maniette)
9836P Morohashi
572 New Japanese English Character Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
1699 New Nelson (John Haig)
1931 Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig)
2081 Remembering The Kanji, 6th edition (James Heisig)
1529 Tuttle Kanji Cards (Alexander Kask)
3555 2001 Kanji
3h9.3 The Kanji Dictionary
1-3-9 SKIP code
1925.6 Four corner code
1-35-38 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
5f3e Unicode hex code

12 strokes
Radical:
sun, day
Parts:
Variants:
daybreak, dawn, in the event
Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high
JLPT level N1
1924 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Speed

Stroke order

On reading compounds

  • 暁星 【ギョウセイ】 morning star, Venus, rarity
  • 暁鴉 【ギョウア】 crow cawing in the morning, crows crying in the morning
  • 早暁 【ソウギョウ】 daybreak, dawn
  • 通暁 【ツウギョウ】 well versed, thorough knowledge
  • 寒暁 【カンギョウ】 cold winter dawn

Kun reading compounds

  • 暁 【あかつき】 dawn, daybreak, event (e.g. "in the event of ..."), occasion, occurrence
  • 暁起き 【あかつきおき】 waking up just before daybreak

Readings

Japanese names:
あき、 あきら、 あけ、 さと、 さとる、 てる
Mandarin Chinese (pinyin):
xiao3
Korean:
hyo

Spanish

  • aurora
  • madrugada
  • amanecer

Portuguese

  • aurora
  • amanhecer
  • no evento

French

  • point du jour
  • aube
  • au cas où
1174 A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters (Kenneth G. Henshall)
1747 A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage
2139 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
1583 Essential Kanji (P.G. O’Neill)
1409 Japanese Kanji Flashcards (Max Hodges and Tomoko Okazaki)
1596 Japanese Names (P.G. O’Neill)
1658 Kanji and Kana (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
1772 Kanji and Kana, 2nd Edition (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
1858 Kanji in Context (Nishiguchi and Kono)
989 Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
1233 Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
669 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
892 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary, 2nd Edition (Jack Halpern)
1209 Les Kanjis dans la tete (Yves Maniette)
14031 Morohashi
980 New Japanese English Character Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
2485 New Nelson (John Haig)
1201 Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig)
1285 Remembering The Kanji, 6th edition (James Heisig)
1545 Tuttle Kanji Cards (Alexander Kask)
3857 2001 Kanji
4c8.1 The Kanji Dictionary
1-4-8 SKIP code
6401.1 Four corner code
1-22-39 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
6681 Unicode hex code