Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 9 strokes
Taught in grade 2

Search words that:
- start with 南
- end with 南
- contain 南
south
KUN:
  • みなみ
    minami
ON:
  • ナン
    nan
  • na
Nanori:
  • なみ
    nami
  • ha
  • みな
    mina
  • みまみ
    mimami
Written with 9 strokes
Taught in grade 2
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 257 results)

noun
south

noun
1.
north and south, north to south
2.
South Korea and North Korea(abbreviation)

noun
1.
South Pole
2.
the Antarctic, Antarctica
See also:南極圏,  南極大陸

noun
south-east
Other readings:
東南【ひがしみなみ】

noun
southern part, the south (of a region)

noun, no-adjective
southwest
Other readings:
南西【みなみにし】

みな
minamiafurika
noun
South Africa

noun, no-adjective
southeast
Other readings:
南東【みなみひがし】
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 98 results)

Our plane is flying toward the south

とり
みな
The birds flew to the south

The island is to the south of Japan

The clouds are coming from the south

In the Southern region, sales were up 47 percent

I saw a lot of birds flying toward the south

The plant ranges from the north of Europe to the south

さくねん
昨年
なんきょ
南極
きび
厳しい
さむ
けいけん
経験
I experienced intense cold at the South Pole last year

せい
政府
こくじん
黒人
びょうど
平等の
こうみんけん
公民権
もと
求める
うんどう
運動
よくせい
抑制
The movement of South Africa can no longer suppress the movement for equality

I saw a lot of birds flying toward the south

かれ
彼ら
ほっきょ
北極
ほう
地方
みな
They fly south from the arctic region

かぜ
みな
The wind blows south

かれ
なんきょ
南極
しゅうへ
周辺
いき
地域
たんけん
探検
He explored the region around the South Pole

とり
なつ
つく
作り
ふゆ
みな
わた
渡る
Those birds build their nests in the summer and fly to the south in the winter

かわ
みな
なが
流れて
うみ
そそ
注ぎこむ
This river flows south into the sea

かいどう
街道
つぎ
次の
むら
みな
The road tends to the south at the next village

かれ
彼ら
なんきょ
南極
たんけん
探検
They went on an expedition to the Antarctic

とり
あた
暖か
もと
求めて
みな
The birds flew south in search of warmth

かのじょ
彼女
なん
南部
しゅっし
出身
She must be from the South

ほん
なんぼくせんそう
南北戦争
ちゅ
せいかつ
生活
This book gives a good picture of life in America during the Civil War