数

Translingual

 shinjitai 数 simplified 数 traditional 數

Etymology

Simplified from ()

Han character

(radical 66 +9, 13 strokes, cangjie input 火女人大 (FVOK), four-corner 98440, composition)

References

• KangXi: not present, would follow page 474, character 13
• Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 13319
• Dae Jaweon: page 827, character 26
• Hanyu Da Zidian: volume 2, page 1470, character 19
• Unihan data for U+6570

Chinese

 For pronunciation and definitions of 数 – see 數. (This term, 数, is the simplified form of 數.) Notes: Simplified Chinese is mainly used in Mainland China and Singapore. Traditional Chinese is mainly used in Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

Japanese

Kanji

(grade 2 “Kyōiku” kanjishinjitai kanji, kyūjitai form )

Usage notes

May be used alone with the on-reading すう () to mean number or to form many compounds, such as 数学 (すうがく sūgaku) - mathematics (literally "number study")

Compounds

 数学 (すうがく, sūgaku): mathematics 数独 (すうどく, sūdoku): sudoku 自然数 (しぜんすう, shizensū): natural number 整数 (せいすう, seisū): integer 実数 (じっすう, jissū): real number 複素数 (ふくそすう, fukusosū): complex number 対数 (たいすう, taisū): logarithm 変数 (へんすう, hensū): variable 定数 (ていすう, teisū): constant 助数詞 (じょすうし, josūshi): counter word

Noun

(hiragana かず, romaji kazu)
(hiragana すう, romaji )

Korean

Hanja

(su, chok) (hangeul , , revised su, chok, McCune-Reischauer su, ch'ok, Yale swu, chok)

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