Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 4 strokes
Taught in grade 1

Search words that:
- start with 手
- end with 手
- contain 手
hand
KUN:
  • te
  • て-
    te-
  • -て
    -te
  • た-
    ta-
ON:
  • シュ
    shu
  • zu
Written with 4 strokes
Taught in grade 1
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 1519 results)

noun
1.
hand, arm(occ. pronounced た when a prefix)
2.
forepaw, foreleg(colloquialism)
3.
handle
4.
hand, worker, help
5.
trouble, care, effort
6.
means, way, trick, move, technique, workmanship
7.
hand, handwriting
8.
kind, type, sort
9.
one's hands, one's possession
See also:手に入る
10.
ability to cope
See also:手に余る
11.
hand (of cards)
12.
direction
See also:山の手
noun, noun (suffix), counter
13.
move (in go, shogi, etc.)

noun
stamp (postage), merchandise certificate

na-adjective, noun
1.
skillful, skilled, proficient, good (at), adept, clever
See also:下手 (antonym)
noun
2.
flattery
Other readings:
上手【じょうて】[1]
上手【じょうしゅ】[1]
Notes:
  1. out-dated or obsolete kana usage

na-adjective, noun
1.
unskillful, poor, awkward
See also:上手 (antonym)
2.
imprudent, untactful
Other readings:
ヘタ

noun
toilet, restroom, lavatory, bathroom
Other readings:
御手洗い【おてあらい】

noun
glove, mitten, mitt
Other readings:
手ぶくろ【てぶくろ】

Godan-u verb, transitive verb
1.
to help, to assist, to aid
2.
to contribute to, to be a factor in
Other readings:
手つだう【てつだう】

noun
1.
companion, partner, company
2.
other party, addressee
3.
opponent (sports, etc.)
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 4769 results)

Come and help us

Please help me with this

Come over and help out

くち
まん
自慢の
ごと
仕事
下手
Great talkers are little doers

No, I didn't help

しゅくだ
宿題
つだ
手伝って
Help me with my homework

Let me help you

Let me do this

I will be glad to help you

I'll be only too pleased to help you

Let me give you a hand

太郎、
つだ
手伝って
Will you lend a hand, Taro

あくしゅ
握手
Please shake hands

I will be glad to help you anytime

I am always ready to help you

No. I don't know. It's a lot of things

How is it going

Please write to me without fail

Let's try to arrange something

I'll win no matter what it takes