Kanji 紐

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Radical: (120)
Strokes: 10
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On:
チュウ、ジュウ
chuu, juu
Kun:
ひも
himo
Meaning:
string, cord, braid, lace, tape, strap, ribbon
Grade: 9
Phonetic: (チュウ)
Shape: idc
Elements: ,

Examples

紐育
ニューヨーク
nyuーyooku
New York
下紐
したひも
shitahimo
undersash;belt
靴ひも
くつひも
kutsuhimo
shoelace;bootlace
上紐
うわひも
uwahimo
outside string (on a package)
真田紐
さなだひも
sanadahimo
braid
ひも
himo
string;cord
紐帯
ちゅうたい
chuutai
important connection;important social foundation;close relation;tight relationship;intimate relation;close link
ひも付き
ひもつき
himotsuki
having strings attached (of a loan, etc.);having conditions attached;having restrictions attached
付け紐
つけひも
tsukehimo
child's sash
組み紐
くみひも
kumihimo
braid;plaited cord

Reading in other languages

Korean:
Korean (latin): nyu
Pinyin: niu3
Vietnam: Nữu

Codepoints

Big-5: AF C3
Decimal: 32016
Hex: 7D10
JIS: 1
Min-Ku-Ten: 1-41-19
Unicode UTF-16: 7D10
Unicode UTF-8: E7 B4 90

Dictionary Indices

Japanese Names (P.G. O'Neill): 1682
Kanji Learners Dictionary (Jack Halpern, 2 edition, 2013): 1190
Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern, 2013): 1647
Morohashi Daikanwajiten (volume 8, page 0964): 27268
Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig): 2661
Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig, 6 edition): 2703
The Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary (Andrew Nelson): 3504
The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary (John Haig): 4448
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