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wretched; disaster; cruelty; harsh
on: SAN ZAN
kun: miji-me ita-mu mugo-i
strokes: 11
radical: 心, 忄,⺗ (no. 61)
sad, pitiful, wretched; cruel
pinyin: cǎn càn
strokes: 11
radical: 心, 忄,⺗ (no. 61)

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Additional details for 惨

Morohashi: 10850 4.1100
Item no. in Henshall: 1309
SKIP code: 1-3-8
Four corner code: 9302.2
Korean reading: cham; chim
惨 is a shinjitai 新字体 since 1946
kyuujitai 旧字体 (1946): 慘
Kanjidic cross references: variant kanji (JIS): 0584E
Unihan English meanings (for Chinese):
sad, pitiful, wretched; cruel
Unihan on: SAN ZAN
Unihan kun: MIJIME ITAMU
Unihan pinyin: cǎn
Unihan kTraditionalVariant: 慘
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