Multi-Lingual Index

Kangxi Radicals

KR EN T. S. MN CN KR VT J. JP DE
One Stroke
1 one
jat1 한일 nhất ichi, itsu, hito, hito-tsu eins
2 ‘line’ gǔn gwan2 뚫을곤 cổn ‘Vertikalstrich’
3 ‘dot’ zhǔ jyu2 점주 chủ ten ‘Tropfstrich’
4 ‘slash’ 丿乀乁 piě pit3 삐침별 phiệt no ‘Schrägstrich’
5* ‘second’ ⺄乚 jyut3 새을 ất otsu ‘Zweiter’
6 ‘hook’ jué kyut3 갈고리궐 quyết hanebō ‘Haken’
Two Strokes
7 two èr ji6 두이 nhị ni, futa, futa-tsu zwei
8 ‘lid’ tóu tau4 돼지해머리 đầu nabebuta ‘Deckel’
9 man 亻𠆢 rén jan4 사람인 (변) nhân (đứng, nón) jin, nin, hito Mensch
10* ‘legs’, son  儿 rén jan4 어진사람인발 nhi, nhân đi ninnyō ‘Beine’
11 enter jap6 들입 nhập nyū, i-ru, i-reru, hai-ru betreten
12 eight baat3 여덟팔 bát hachi, ya, ya-tsu, ya’-tsu, (yō) acht
13 ‘down box’ jiōng gwing1 멀경몸 quynh, khuynh makigamae ‘unten offener Kasten’
14 ‘cover’ mik6 민갓머리 mịch wakanmuri ‘bedecken’
15* ice bīng bing1 이수변 băng nisui Eis
16 table, several  gei1 안석궤 kỷ sukue Tisch
17 ‘open box’ ham3 위튼입구몸 khảm ukebako Behälter
18 knife dāo dou1 (선) 칼도 (방) đao tō, katana Messer
19 power lik6 힘력 lực ryoku, riki, chikara Kraft
20* wrap bāo baau1 쌀포몸 bao tsutsumigamae einwickeln
21 spoon bei2 비수비 chủy hi, sajinohi Löffel
22 ‘right open box’ fāng fong1 튼입구몸 phương akogamae ‘rechts offener Kasten’
23 ‘hiding enclosure’ xǐ, xì hai2 감출혜몸 hệ   kakushigamae ‘verstecken’
24 ten shí sap6 열십 thập jū, ji’, too, to zehn
25* divination buk1 점복 bốc to, bokunoto Orakel
26 seal 卩㔾 jié zit3 병부절 tiết fushidzukuri Siegel
27* ‘cliff’  厂 hǎn hon3 민엄호 hán gandare ‘Abhang’
28* private si1 마늘모 khư mu privat
29* ‘right hand’, again yòu jau6 또우 hựu mata erneut
Sixteen Strokes
212 dragon 5 lóng lung4 용룡 long 10 ryū, tatsu Drache
213 turtle 7 guī gwai1 거북귀 quy 11 ki, kame Schildkröte
Seventeen Strokes
214 flute yuè joek6 피리약 dược yaku, fue Flöte
KR EN T. S. MN CT KR VT J. JP DE


Legend

KR=Kangxi Radical / EN=English / T.=Traditional / S.=Simplified / MN=Mandarin / CN=Cantonese / KR=Korean / VT=Vietnamese / J.=Japanese Simplified / JP=Japanese / DE=German (Deutsch)
SO-AND-SO-MANY STROKES = Number of strokes in traditional script
‘name’ = name for (as opposed to meaning of) character
= not used as an independent character (only as a component or for indexing purposes)
= archaic
x = simplified form of a character with x strokes
* = see appendix for additional details / related characters


Appendix

[traditional script]

* 5 ⺄乚 / yǐ / ‘second’ radical
乙 / yǐ / second heavenly stem
* 10 儿 [] / rén / ‘legs’ radical
儿 [兒] / ér / son
儿 [兒] / er / noun-suffix
 * 15 / bīng / ‘ice’ radical
冰 / bīng / ice
 * 20 / bāo / ‘wrap’ radical
包 / bāo / to cover, to wrap
 * 25 卜 [卜] / bǔ / to divine, divination-radical
卜 [蔔] / bo / turnip
 * 27 厂 [] / hǎn / ‘cliff’ radical
厂 [廠] / chǎng / factory
 * 28   /sī / ‘private’ radical
私 / sī / private, personal (modern equivalent)

 


Notes

This list is frankensteined together collates information from various sources, including dodgy ones not all of which are citable, and may have significant mistakes.

English and German terms are based on sources dealing with (Mandarin) Chinese. I have tried to select only one term for each entry (occasionally there’s two) for each entry, but terminology may vary widely for all kinds of reasons. In particular, note that there can be differences in the meanings of characters from language to language!  (see for example ⇒ en.wikipedia: List of kanji radicals by stroke count)