軒 means 'building'

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Strokes : 10    Frequency: 1251   JLPT: N2    Usefulness: 4    Study set: 4-17    Grade: 8   Intermediate lesson: 50    Beginner lesson: -   Begins 18 words   Used in 28 words   Used in 378 names   Not used as a component
Jōyō (常用)
   のき eaves
⿰   car   dry; drying frame  
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In the most useful 10,000 words in Japanese, 軒 is used 6 times, read 2 ways.
Across all words in Japanese, 軒 is used 28 times, read 2 ways (with 1 variation).
ケン : 13 words FIND ALL
one house
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ケン (read as げん) : 1 word FIND ALL
one's next three neighbors; one's next three neighbours
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のき : 14 words FIND ALL
1. eaves
2. narrow aisle surrounding the core of a temple building  (see also: )
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Henshall: 1215  Joy o' Kanji : 1215  Key to Kanji:

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ケン    building   のき eaves   
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カン   dry; drying frame   ひ to get dry   ほ to dry (something), to air   
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シャ   くるま car   
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