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fish bones; things that stick in the throat; unyielding; blunt of speech
on: KOU KYOU
kun: mida-su
strokes: 10
radical: 手, 扌,龵 (no. 64)
fish-bones, things that stick in the throat; unyielding, blunt of speech; (Cant.) to stir, mix, agitate; to wade
pinyin: gěng
strokes: 10
radical: 手, 扌,龵 (no. 64)

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Frequency in Japanese: not frequent
Morohashi: 12090
SKIP code: 1-3-7
Unihan English meanings (for Chinese):
fish-bones, things that stick in the throat; unyielding, blunt of speech; (Cant.) to stir, mix, agitate; to wade
Unihan on: KOU KYOU
Unihan kun: MIDASU
Unihan pinyin: gěng
Unihan kSemanticVariants: , [kMatthews],鯁, [kMatthews]
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