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blade; sword; edge
on: JIN NIN
kun: ha yaiba ki-ru
names: chi to
strokes: 3
radical: 刀, 刂,⺈ (no. 18) (Nelson uses 丿, no. 4)
edge of blade;
pinyin: rèn
strokes: 3
radical: 刀, 刂,⺈ (no. 18) (Nelson uses 丿, no. 4)

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Additional details for 刃

Morohashi: 1850 2.0194
Item no. in Henshall: 1446
SKIP code: 3-1-2
Four corner code: 1742.0; 1732.0
Korean reading: in
Kanjidic cross references: variant kanji (JIS): 05163
Unihan English meanings (for Chinese):
edged tool, cutlery, knife edge
Unihan on: JIN
Unihan kun: HA YAIBA KIRU
Unihan pinyin: rèn
Unihan kSemanticVariants: , [kFenn]
Unihan kZVariant:
U+5203
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