What does the word kanji refer to?
Kanji is a Japanese word that can be used in multiple contexts. It can refer to emotions or authority figures. Kanji is technically Chinese words which are also used in Japan.
Kanji is the word used to refer to the Chinese characters in Japanese. As for Korean, the word Hanja is used. The Korean hanja for 'tiger' isè™Ž (holang-i).
Depending on the Kanji, it can refer to a young trout, or act as a verb meaning "to do" or "to give."
Depending on the Kanji, it can refer to a type of soup bowl, or it can mean bay. It is also the onomatopoeic expression for the sound of a dog barking.
Depending on the Kanji, 'houmen' can refer to one's field of study, to direction, or as a suru verb that means "to release" or "set free."
The Kanji for "water" is 水
The Japanese word for culture, "bunka", is written as 文化 in Kanji.
It means "fool" but the kanji for it literally means "horse deer".
Here is the kanji symbol: http://sayitinstones.com/sstore/ProdImages/Kanji-Believe-SM.jpg
In Kanji it's Kazan.
Kayla cannot be written in Japanese kanji because (1) it isn't a Japanese word, and (2) there is no such sound as "l" in Japanese.
Karma means, indebtedness to the self, and gives us the opportunity to learn by repeating what we missed. It is part of the law of balance. So you may refer to karma as additional opportunity, or second chance, and third, fourth, etc.
The kanji is 歳 (sai).
purezento.. in kanji プレゼント
The Japanese word for earth is Tsuchi. At least, when it's written in Kanji it is.
You may say 'toshi.' (Kanji: 都市)
A lot of kanji overlap, either on meanings or pronunciation. A good site will show you the word, and then a rough English equivalent. If it doesn't, the best thing to do is use one that goes both ways E->J & J->E and re-type in the word you were given.
"Yumeru" means "to dream."
there are 2 kanjis for that word > 運命 (Unmei)
The hirigana is き and the kanji is 木。
Iwau iwau or in kanji: 祝う
Kanji can be spelled two different ways. One way is the hiragana version: かんじ The kanji version of the word kanji would look like this: 漢字 The katakana version is not used in the proper Japanese text but katakana of kanji would look like this: カンジ Again, the katakana version is not used in proper Japanese text.
The word is "juusho" and consists of two kanji. The first one is the kanji for "reside/live", 住 （じゅう）． And the second one is the kanji for "place", 所 （しょ）． So put together... Address: Juusho - 住所 －じゅうしょ
They are Japanese words that were supposedly forbidden from being used by the leader of Japan around the time of the Creation of the language, supposedly the Japanese language was derived from the Chinese language i dont know that much about the languages but... la - is derived from the kanji word meaning "good" le - is derived from the Kanji word meaning "benefit, or profit" lu - is derived from the Kanji word "detain… Read More
Under is "shita". The I is silent. The kanji for this word is 下
Tsuki This is the romaji form of the word. In Kanji it would be: 月
same (さめ in hiragana or 鮫 in kanji)
The word ball in Japanese is Tama or Dama. The kanji for it is 玉
Kanji/Katakana: クリ ストファ Romaji: Kurisutofa
くろ in hiragana, and the kanji is 黒
Nihon is the Japanese word for 'Japan.' If you're looking for the kanji it's 日本.
The Japanese word for "green" is midori Hiragana: みどり Kanji: 緑
there are 21 adjectives that translate to word 'grand' in Japanese so take your pick Sōdai Seidai Hanayaka Dōdō Endai Migoto Yūen Sōzetsu Kedakai Kōsō Kōdai Kōdai (different kanji) Jindai Hanabanashii (four different kanji for this one) Daidaiteki Dōdō (different kanji) dodoshii Hanayaka (different kanji)
In Japanese, the Kanji alphabet uses mostly Chinese characters that represent ideas instead of sounds. Therefore, each kanji character can be read phonetically either in Japanese or Chinese. The word 'ninja' comes from the Chinese characters 'nin' and 'sha' (which basically mean 'stealth' and 'person'). Those same characters, in Japanese kanji, are read as 'shinobi no mono'. So the Japanese word for 'ninja' is 'shinobi'.
Since you wrote Dell in uppercase I take it you mean it as a proper noun, then it would be デル /de ru/. And it's in katakana not kanji, since it is a foreign word.
The Japanese word for 'toy' isãŠã‚‚ã¡ã‚ƒ (omocha) It's not commonly written using kanji. The kanji are çŽ©å…·.
The word 'shikaku' can have many meanings, all depending on the kanji used to write the word. Without seeing the Kanji, I cannot tell you for certain which context of 'shikaku' you're referring to. However, possibilities include: square, qualifications, blind spot, sense of sight, and assassin.
The word starches in Indonesian language are: tepung, tajin, or kanji.
カケス /ka ke su/ (Kanji : 懸巣).
In romaji: yama In hiragana: やま In kanji: 山
A kanji for 'person' is 人 pronounced as 'Hito', or 'ひと'
The word ''can'' is used to refer to
マリア (ma ri a) is the main word for it but due to it's origin it's written with kanji too, but it's read due to meaning, not the pronunciation of the kanji. Like 女神 (Maria) which means roughly 'female god', 'goddess'.
If you mean its reading, only kanji can differ when inside a compound word and when alone. Kana [hiragana & katakana] are read the same no matter where they are. Kanji usually have one or more "on'yomi" [Chinese reading] as well as "kun'yomi" [Japanese reading], it's not a rule but more often on'yomi is used in compound nouns and kun'yomi when the kanji is single.
If you computer can display Japanese characters, here are the renderings in hiragana and kanji: zen ぜん (The hiragana letter 'ze' and the ending character 'n' kanji: 禅 (The two components of this kanji are 'god' and 'single/one'. Take that as you will) here is a link to an i-stock photo of the kanji character for zen: http://www1.istockphoto.com/file_thumbview_approve/754097/2/istockphoto_754097-vector-japanese-kanji-character-zen.jpg
if you are referring to the alchoholic drink, i think you mis-spelled it in english. it is o-sake in hiragana, it is おさけ. hiragana is like the japanese alphabet. sounds with no meaning until you form a word. kanji are the chinese characters with meaning that often are words themselves. many words have kanji, but many words are not written in kanji. お酒 is the kanji. the お, pronounced 'oh' is added on to a word… Read More
One of the possible meanings is : (和人) Peaceful man, Quiet person ; breaking down to 和 : kanji for peace, harmony,etc & 人 : kanji for person, man You might not believe but one word in Japanese can have 50 different meanings. What specifies between those meanings is how i is written, in other words by which "kanji". There could be hundreds of ways to write the name 'Kazuto' in Japanese so unless you… Read More
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The word 'ice' in Japanese would be pronounced kōri, written in kanji as 氷.
The Japanese word for family is kazoku, the kanji for kazoku is 家族 the hiragana is かぞく