Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 10 strokes
Jinmeiyou Kanji (used in names)

Search words that:
- start with 紐
- end with 紐
- contain 紐
string, cord, braid, lace, tape, strap, ribbon
KUN:
  • ひも
    himo
ON:
  • チュウ
    chuu
  • ジュウ
    juu
Written with 10 strokes
Jinmeiyou Kanji (used in names)
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 53 results)

noun
1.
string, cord(usually kana)
2.
man who is financially dependent on a woman, gigolo, pimp(usually kana)(esp. ヒモ)
3.
restrictions, conditions(usually kana)
4.
mantle (shellfish, etc.)(usually kana)
5.
small intestine (beef, pork), oviduct meat (chicken)(usually kana, food term)
Other readings:
ヒモ

noun
New York(usually kana)
Other readings:
ニューヨーク《紐約》[1]
ニューヨーク《新約克》
Notes:
  1. ateji (phonetic) reading

noun
hemp cord, hemp twine
Other readings:
麻ひも【あさひも】

noun
head harness, strap
Other readings:
頭ひも【あたまひも】

noun
braided cord
Other readings:
打ちひも【うちひも】

noun
outside string (on a package)

noun
baby backpack, back-mounted baby carrier, sling
Other readings:
負ぶい紐【おぶいひも】

noun
baby backpack, back-mounted baby carrier, sling
Other readings:
負んぶ紐【おんぶひも】
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 240 results)

Lend me something with which to cut the string

The string is very weak

Give me a knife to cut this string with

This string is strong

I hope I will have a chance to see you next time I'm in New York

とき
わた
ぐうぜん
偶然
ふる
古い
ゆうじん
友人
When I was in New York, I happened to meet my old friend

わた
ぐうぜん
偶然
ふる
古い
ともだち
友達
When I was in New York, I happened to meet my old friend

I will fly to N.Y., or anywhere else

The boat was tied with a short line

Hope to see you next time I'm in N.Y

She tied up the parcel with string

When I first got to New York, I was in a daze

The first thing he did was to untie his shoelaces and take his shoes off

It happened that I was in New York then

When I flew to New York, I was told to check in two hours before my flight

The parcel was tied with string

かれ
しんせつ
親切
わた
私の
くつ
ひも
むす
結んで
He was kind enough to tie my shoelaces

She kept a tight rein on the purse strings

Tie the apron

Speaking of travel, have you ever visited New York City