Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 14 strokes
Taught in grade 5

Search words that:
- start with 銅
- end with 銅
- contain 銅
copper
KUN:
  • あかがね
    akagane
ON:
  • ドウ
    dou
Written with 14 strokes
Taught in grade 5
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 81 results)

noun
1.
money
See also:お金
2.
metal
All readings:
【かね】
【かな】[2]
【かね】[1]
【かね】[1]
【かね】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing out-dated kanji
  2. out-dated or obsolete kana usage

noun
1.
copper (Cu)
2.
bronze (medal)(abbreviation)(only relevant for どう)
See also:銅メダル
Other readings:
【あか】
【あかがね】
赤金【あかがね】

noun
bronze statue
Other readings:
胴像【どうぞう】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing irregular kanji usage

noun
bell-shaped bronze vessel of Yayoi period
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Example sentences(showing 14 results)

どう
でん
電気
つた
伝える
Copper conducts electricity well

どう
でん
電気
とお
通す
Copper conducts electricity well

どう
ぎん
きんぞく
金属
Copper and silver are both metals

かれ
彼ら
えいゆう
英雄
どうぞう
銅像
They set up a bronze statue of the hero

でんせん
電線
どう
Electricity cables are made of copper

Bronze is composed of copper and tin

せいどう
青銅器
どう
すず
ごうきん
合金
Bronze-ware is largely made from alloys of brass and tin

かれ
彼ら
せいどう
青銅
ぞう
ちゅうぞ
鋳造
They cast bronze into a statue

The bronze statue looks quite nice from a distance

すうまい
数枚
どう
銅貨
Here are a few coppers

どうぞう
銅像
かんせい
完成
ちょうこくか
彫刻家
めい
名誉
The completion of the bronze statue did credit to the sculptor

しんちゅ
真鍮
どう
えん
亜鉛
ごうきん
合金
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc

どうぞう
銅像
こなごな
粉々になった
The bronze statue was broken into pieces

In Olympic competitions, a gold medal is for first place, a silver medal for second, and a bronze medal is for third place