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courtesy
on: TEI
kun: tanomu nengoro sasu
strokes: 5
radical: (no. 30)
to sting or bite (of mosquito, bee etc); to say repeatedly; to urge insistently; to ask repeatedly; to stick to a point; (onom.) tinkling or jingling sound;
pinyin: dīng
strokes: 5
radical: (no. 30)

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Additional details for 叮

Frequency in Japanese: not frequent
Morohashi: 3244 2.0753
SKIP code: 1-3-2
Four corner code: 6102.0
Korean reading: jeong
Unihan English meanings (for Chinese):
exhort or enjoin repeatedly
Unihan on: TEI
Unihan kun: TANOMU NENGORO SASU
Unihan pinyin: dīng
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