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Japanese

Etymology 1

Pronunciation

Noun

(?) o (kundoku) (shinjitai kanji, ky?jitai kanji )

  1. Synonym of (kun'yomi, "Japanese native reading for kanji (Chinese characters), by using the pronunciation of the native Japanese word that has the same meaning.")
    Example: reading ? ("mountain", Middle Chinese: /n/, Japanese on'yomi: (san)) as (yama), the native Japanese word for "mountain".
  2. Short for ? (kanbun kundoku, "Japanese reading of Classical Chinese by literal translation").
    Example: reading as ?()??()??()?(?)?()??()?()? (ao wa kore o ai yori torite shikamo ai yori aoshi).

Verb

(?) o (kundoku suru) (suru conjugation, stem (?)? (kundoku shi), past (?) (kundoku shita), shinjitai kanji, ky?jitai kanji )

  1. to use the kun'yomi of a word, to read a word using the pronunciation of the native Japanese word
  2. to use kanbun kundoku for Classical Chinese
Conjugation

Etymology 2

Kanji in this term
? ?

Grade: 4
?(?)
Grade: 2
j?bakoyomi
For pronunciation and definitions of - see the following entry at .
[noun](linguistics) Japanese native reading for kanji (Chinese characters), using ()?()?(?) (yamato kotoba, "native Japanese words")
[verb]to use the kun'yomi of a word, to read a kanji using the pronunciation of a native Japanese word
(This term, , is an alternative kanji spelling of .)

References

  1. ^ 2006, (Daijirin), Third Edition (in Japanese), T?ky?: Sanseid?, ->ISBN

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