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tangorin.com/names

Words Kanji Names Sentences 部 Radicals Proper Names Dictionary Japanese proper names glossary of family names, given names, places, products, companies, famous people, organizations, railway stations, etc..

www.romajidesu.com/kanji

RomajiDesu Kanji Dictionary Kanji Advanced Search is a simple and elegant and yet powerful tool of RomajiDesu's Kanji Dictionary. You can use methods for looking up Kanji characters using a single form input as description below.

tangorin.com/kanji

Japanese English dictionary with custom vocabulary lists, kanji glossary, and example sentences. ... Words Kanji Names Sentences 部 Radicals. Kanji Dictionary. search using any combination of Japanese, English, rōmaji or kana; combine multiple readings or readings and meanings for more accurate results, ... Jinmeiyō supplementary names set.

redfinchjapanese.com/?action=kanji_dictionary

Search the dictionary of 12190 japanese kanji. If you like this page, you can tweet or blog about it: Feel free to email your comments and requests to me: japanese@ax23w4.com ...

www.japandict.com/kanji/飭

The reading coming from the pronunciation of a native Japanese word. Commonly used in words consisting of just one kanji and usually written in hiragana. Where relevant the okurigana is also included separated by 「·」 .

yamasa.org/ocjs/kanjidic.nsf/MainPage?OpenForm

Kanji link generator; Kanji link generator Japanese - English dictionary; Japanese - English dictionary English - Japanese dictionary; English - Japanese dictionary

nihongo.monash.edu/cgi-bin/wwwjdic?1C

Search using romanized Japanese Hint: a second word (case sensitive) after the keyword will limit the search to entries containing the second word. Options: Restrict to common words [EDICT only] Require exact word-match (English keys) Limit matching to the start of words (kanji keys only)

www.babynames.ch/Info/Language/laJapanese

Language Japanese: Names And Words. Japanese names have some rather special features. A very brief explanation: Most Japanese given names are written in kanji, a script of Chinese origin where each single character stands for a whole word or concept.Most names have two kanji characters, some three, some only one.

www.kanshudo.com/searchn

If you are only interested in the kanji, use Kanji search. If you are looking for the meaning of a specific word, use Word search. If you are not sure whether a Japanese term is a word or a name, start with Quick search.

jisho.org/search/#kanji

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