Kanji Details
Kanji:
Meaning: water
Readings: すい、みず
SUI, mizu
Halpern Index: 10
Grade: 1
Stroke Count: 4
Skip Code: 1-1-3
Frequency of Use: 145
Unicode Character: 6C34
Brush-Stroke Diagram:

Examples

みず
mizu
water
すいようび
suiyōbi
Wednesday
すいさいが
suisaiga
watercolor painting
すいそ
suiso
hydrogen
みずたま
mizutama
drop of water
すいしゃ
suisha
waterwheel
み水 のみみず
nomimizu
drinking water
すいふ
suifu
sailor, seaman
こすい
kosui
lake
すいえい
suiei
swimming
れいすい
reisui
cold water
すいがい
suigai
flood damage; flooding
すいぞくかん
suizokukan
aquarium
きゅうすい
kyuusui
water supply
ちょすいち
chosuichi
reservoir
すいどうかん
suidoukan
water pipe
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