Kanji 剝

Radical: (18)
Strokes: 10
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On:
ハク
haku
Kun:
はぐ、むく、はげる
hagu, muku, hageru
Meaning:
come off;peel;fade;discolor;peel off
JLPT: 1
Shape: idc
Elements: 刂, ,
Antonyms:
Variants:
Categories: N1 (JLPT)

Examples

剥れる
むくれる
mukureru
to become angry or sullen;to take offense;to be miffed
引き剥がす
ひきはがす
hikihagasu
to tear off;to rip off
擦りむく
すりむく
surimuku
to skin (one's knee);to graze;to scratch
剥がれる
はがれる
hagareru
to come unstuck from;to peel off;to come off
むき出し
むきだし
mukidashi
naked;bare;uncovered
むき出す
むきだす
mukidasu
to show;to bare (the teeth)
剥ぎ取り
はぎとり
hagitori
stripping;skinning;tearing;removing
剥く
むく
muku
to peel;to skin;to pare;to hull;to bare (e.g. fangs);to open wide (e.g. eyes)
剥ける
むける
mukeru
to peel off;to come off;to be taken off
剥げる
はげる
hageru
to come off;to be worn off

Reading in other languages

Pinyin: bo1, bao1

Codepoints

Big-5: AD E9
Decimal: 21085
Hex: 525D
JIS: 3
Min-Ku-Ten: 1-15-94
Unicode UTF-16: 525D
Unicode UTF-8: E5 89 9D

Dictionary Indices

Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern, 2013): 2105
Morohashi Daikanwajiten: 2049
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