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Postby crowfeather » Fri 06.02.2006 3:41 pm

Hi everyone,
Does anyone have a link to a free printable kanji radical chart?

Thanks
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RE: radical chart

Postby torgosaves » Fri 06.02.2006 4:13 pm

Hi!

Try http://ryouko.imsb.nrc.ca/cgi-bin/wwwjdic?1R (Jim Breen's WWWJDIC Multiradical Kanji Search (on Canadian Mirror)

This is a great site all around! Jim Breen is a neat fellow.

Here's one, but it's technically a list of Kangxi radicals (In other words it's a Chinese list, but It should still be useful) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Kangxi_radicals

http://www.nuthatch.com/kanji/demo/popup.html This is a frame from Kiki's Kanji Dictionary: http://www.nuthatch.com/kanji/demo/frame.html

I think these will suffice for now!

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RE: radical chart

Postby zengargoyle » Fri 06.02.2006 4:44 pm

check here for a list of the 214 radicals with their Japanese names:

http://kanjialive.lib.uchicago.edu/main.php?page=intro
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RE: radical chart

Postby crowfeather » Fri 06.02.2006 8:54 pm

Thank you!
Two of the sites show the radicals with the English meaning "and" the pronounciation is kana.

Also the site from the University of Chicago appears to have a free downloadable program to learn kanji.

The knowledge of the members here is awesome.
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