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ハ means 'katakana 'ha'; eight' and is a variant of

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Strokes : 2    Radical number: 12    Ring: 1    Set: 2    Intermediate lesson: -    Beginner lesson: -   Begins 1247 words   Used in 2217 words   Used in 3735 names   Component in 317 kanji (170 Jōyō)
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   ハチ
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     よう eight
Katakana 'ha' is derived from the normal kanji for eight, . When eight is used as a component, it is often used in this form.
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noun
handkerchief  (see also: ハンカチーフ; abbreviation)
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noun
1. ham (cured pig meat)
2. ham (amateur radio enthusiast)
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high
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1. house
2. plastic greenhouse  (see also: ビニールハウス; abbreviation)
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Hawaii  (often written with kana only)
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ハチ   katakana 'ha'; eight   や    よう eight   
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