Kanji details for

Common kanji
Uses 5 strokes
Taught in Junior high

Search words that:
- start with 甲
- end with 甲
- contain 甲
armor, high (voice), A grade, first class, former, instep, carapace
KUN:
  • きのえ
    kinoe
ON:
  • コウ
    kou
  • カン
    kan
Nanori:
  • かぶと
    kabuto
  • ki
  • まさ
    masa
  • まさる
    masaru
Written with 5 strokes
Taught in Junior high
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 160 results)

noun
1.
carapace, shell
2.
1st in rank, grade A
3.
instep, back of hand
4.
the A party (e.g. in a contract), the first party, plaintiff (label in legal documents)
See also:乙 (おつ)

noun, auxillary suru verb
armoring, armouring, armor, armour

noun
helmet (of a warrior), headpiece
Other readings:
【かぶと】
【かぶと】
【かぶと】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing irregular kanji usage

noun
steel sheet, steel plate, steel plates
Other readings:
鋼板【こうばん】
甲鈑【こうはん】
甲鈑【こうばん】

noun
deck (of a ship)
Other readings:
甲板【こうはん】

noun
thyroid gland
Other readings:
甲状せん【こうじょうせん】

noun
reason for living, something one lives for, purpose in life, raison d'être
Other readings:
生きがい【いきがい】
生甲斐【いきがい】

noun
armor, armour
Other readings:
【よろい】

noun
1.
effect, result, worth, use, avail
2.
Kai (former province located in present-day Yamanashi Prefecture)
Other readings:
【かい】
【かい】

noun
being worth doing(usually kana)
Other readings:
やりがい《遣り甲斐》
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 41 results)

おと
かんだか
甲高い
こえ
なに
何か
へい
不平
A man was complaining of something in a sharp voice

The ship had three decks

あさ
かれ
彼ら
かんぱん
甲板
Morning found them on deck

It is challenging and I am learning a lot

こう
くす
おつ
どく
One man's medicine is another man's poison

I don't get enough challenge in this job

こう
しょくも
食物
おつ
どく
One man's meat is another man's poison

I don't get enough challenge in this job

I have something to live for in music

こう
そん
おつ
とく
One man's gain is another man's loss

とし
年寄り
生きがい
ひつよう
必要
Old people need something to live for

Making money is his religion

かのじょ
彼女
むす
息子
生きがい
Her son meant everything to her

I really love my work

工藤甲人
じん
詩人
Kojin Kudo is a born poet

You make life worth living

That was well worth the trouble

The child's shout was indeed shrill

かのじょ
彼女
むす
息子
生きがい
Her son makes life worth living

かれ
かい
不快な
かんだか
甲高い
こえ
ぬし
持ち主
He had an unpleasant screechy voice