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mud; mire; to paste; to plaster
on: DEI NAI DE NI
kun: doro
strokes: 8
radical: (no. 32)
variant of 泥 ;
pinyin:
strokes: 8
radical: (no. 32)

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Additional details for 坭

Frequency in Japanese: not frequent
Morohashi: 4981
SKIP code: 1-3-5
Kanjidic cross references: variant kanji (JIS): 04525
Unihan English meanings (for Chinese):
mud, mire; to paste, to plaster
Unihan on: DEI NAI DE NI
Unihan kun: DORO
Unihan pinyin: ní
Unihan kSemanticVariants: , [kLau,kMatthews]
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