Kanji

Kanji (漢字; kandʑi help=no) are the adopted logographic Chinese characters (hanzi) that are used in the modern Japanese writing system along with hiragana and katakana. The Japanese term kanji for the Chinese characters literally means `Han characters` and is written using the same characters as the Chinese word hanzi ({zh|s=汉字|t=漢字}.....
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Kanji

[drink] Kanji is a fermented drink made in India for the festival of Holi. Kanji is made with water, carrots, beetroot and mustard seeds. It may be served with boondi sprinkled on top. During Holi, kanji is often added to urad dal dumplings or vada; the latter is then called kanji vada. ...
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Kanji

[era] ==Change of era== ==Events of the Kanji era== ...
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Kanji

A set of Japanese ideographs. The Japanese derived them from the older Chinese ideographs.
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kanji

Chinese and Japanese ideograms
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Kanji

Chinese characters (text) used by the Japanese along with katakana and hiragana. kanji are used to write parts of the language such as nouns, adjective stems, and verb stems, while hiragana are used to write inflected verb and adjective endings (okurigana), particles, native Japanese words (where the kanji is considered too difficult to read or rem...
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Kanji

Chinese characters or ideograms used in Japanese writing. The characters may have different meanings from their Chinese counterparts. See Hiragana and Katakana.
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kanji

Chinese characters that compose one of the three basic scripts used for written Japanese (hiragana and katakana being the other two). Kanji characters represent either an entire word or the stem of a word depending on usage. Though the symbols are more complex and not conducive to phonetic writing (and hence to being used for words borrowed from no...
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Kanji

Fermented Carrot beverage
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kanji

in Japanese writing, characters adapted from Chinese characters and usually employed for writing nouns, verb roots, adjectives, and other important ... [6 related articles]
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KANJI

Japanese characters
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KANJI

Japanese characters.
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kanji

Japanese characters/letters based directly on Chinese writing. Each kanji usually has a specific meaning and several readings.
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Kanji

Japanese word for Chinese characters. Because of my long involvement with Japan and Japanese, I am sometimes guilty of using the word in reference to Chinese writing, even when not in reference to Japan.
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Kanji

One of the three common Japanese alphabets (see also Katakana and Hiragana). Kanji is a set of ideographic symbols (symbols that represent ideas) developed in China, and is extremely difficult to learn. This is mostly because there are well over a thousand Kanji symbols in everyday use in Japan, plus around another thousand that are used more occ...
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Kanji

The Chinese characters which make up the bulk of the Japanese written language. About 2000 pictograms are required for everyday communication. Readings of individual kanji can vary enormously by context.
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