KANJI: DEN ta (rice field, rice paddy, field)

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Character Etymology:

A picotgraph of a rice field crossed by paths or irrigation channels.

Other Facts:

This is the 'da' of 'Honda.' (Unicode Encoded: 本田)

A Listing of All On-Yomi and Kun-Yomi Readings:

on-yomi: DEN
kun-yomi: ta

Nanori Readings:

Nanori: inaka oka tan de tou ya

English Definitions:

  1. DEN, ta: rice field, paddy field.

Character Index Numbers:

New Nelson: 3727
Henshall: 59

Unicode Encoded Version:

Unicode Encoded Compound Examples:

田舎 (inaka): countryside (non-standard/poetic reading)
田圃 (tanbo): rice field.
(tamushi): ringworm.

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