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RE: Kanji?

Post by Harisenbon » Thu 06.23.2005 3:18 am

It's called a dictionary. There are many online。
The most famous one is Jim Breen

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RE: Kanji?

Post by mandolin » Thu 06.23.2005 10:24 am

There is a link to a program called JLookUp from Jim Breen's site. That's the one I use. It has its own comprehensive dictionary, and can use other dictionary files (like Jim Breen's own EDICT). I haven't yet had the need to use any other than the one it came with.

You can cut 'n paste the kanji and kanji compounds into its search field.

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