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40 kanji found using '⺤' as a component

 
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ジュ   うける to receive, to accept   うかる to pass (an exam)    
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アイ    love   
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フ   うかぶ    う to float   うかべる to launch, to refloat, to waft   うかれる to frolic   
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ショウ    commander; soon   
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ニュウ   milk   ち    ちち breasts   
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サイ   と to take on, adopt, employ   
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サイ   な vegetable, side dish, greens   
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イン   かく to hide, to conceal   かくれる to hide, to be in hiding   
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エン    assistance   
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ジュ   さずける to teach, to grant   さずかる be granted, to be taught   
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シュン   またた to wink, to blink   
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ヨウ   ゆ    ゆする    ゆさぶる    ゆすぶる to shake (something)   ゆれる    ゆるぐ to tremble, to shake   ゆらぐ to be (emotionally) shaken   
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トウ   いね rice plant   いな-    
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シャク    baron   
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サイ   いろど to color, to paint   
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ダン   あたた warm, genial   あたたかい warm   あたたまる to get warm   あたためる to heat   
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カン   ゆる loose   ゆるやか gentle, lenient   ゆる to be/become loose   ゆるめる to loosen   
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ケイ   にわとり chicken   
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ヨウ   うた a Noh chant   うた to chant Noh   
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ショウ    exhort   
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ダ    peace, contentment   
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アイ    dark, not clear   
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ケイ    mountain stream   
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サイ    die, dice   
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エン   beautiful woman
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はる far away   
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ショウ   wild rice
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ショウ    soy sauce; any jam/paste-like food; type of miso   
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シュン   morning glory
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シャク   か to bite   
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Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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