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1. leavings of a meal; food scraps; leftovers
2. food particles (in one's teeth or mouth); bits of food
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mineral dust; mine dust; fine particles; dust
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suspended particles; floating matter
postpositions; particles  (often written with kana only)
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system of particles
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Full details of all components and their English names can be found here.
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Alternatively, count the strokes of the component, and scan the list to find it visually.
To find the kanji :
  • Notice that it is made of several components: 氵 艹 口 夫.
  • 氵 艹 口 all have three strokes, so you could look in the list in the 3 stroke section. 夫 has four strokes.
  • Alternatively, you could start typing 'water' (氵), 'grass' (艹), 'mouth' (口) or 'husband' (夫) in the search area, and the components will be highlighted in yellow.
  • Keep adding components until you can see your kanji in the list of matches that appears near the top.