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kun:
radical: 長, (no. 168)
(ancient form of 嗟) to sigh in lamentation; to lament; an exclamation expressing grief or regret; to exclaim, name of a hill
pinyin: jiē
radical: 長, (no. 168)

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Additional details for 䦈

Frequency in Japanese: very rare or unknown
Unihan English meanings (for Chinese):
(ancient form of 嗟) to sigh in lamentation; to lament; an exclamation expressing grief or regret; to exclaim, name of a hill
Unihan pinyin: jiē
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