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lick; lap up; burn up; taste; undergo; underrate; despise
on: SHOU JOU
kun: katsu-te na-meru
strokes: 13
radical: (no. 99) (Nelson uses , ⺌,⺍, no. 42)
old variant of 嘗|尝 cháng;
pinyin: cháng
strokes: 13
radical: (no. 99) (Nelson uses , ⺌,⺍, no. 42)

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Additional details for 甞

Frequency in Japanese: not frequent
Morohashi: 21659 7.1027
SKIP code: 2-5-8
Four corner code: 9077.5
Korean reading: sang
Kanjidic cross references: variant kanji (JIS): 03E28 variant kanji (Nelson index)1369
Unihan English meanings (for Chinese):
taste; experience, experiment
Unihan on: SHOU JOU
Unihan kun: NAMERU KOKOROMIRU KATTE
Unihan pinyin: cháng
Unihan kSemanticVariants: , [kMeyerWempe]
Unihan kZVariant:
Cedict simplified: 尝
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