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- Note the difference in the right-side component between traditional Chinese (柬) and Japanese shinjitai (東).
- Three CJK compatibility ideographs exists for this code point. Among them, U+FA57 corresponds to the Japanese kyūjitai form of this character.
練 (radical 120, 糸+9 in Chinese and Korean, 糸+8 in Japanese, 15 strokes in Chinese and Korean, 14 strokes in Japanese, cangjie input 女火木田火 (VFDWF), four-corner 25996, composition ⿰糹柬(GHTV) or ⿰糸東(J or U+FAB0) or ⿰糸柬(K or U+F996 or U+FA57))
- KangXi: page 932, character 4
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 27631
- Dae Jaweon: page 1370, character 16
- Hanyu Da Zidian (first edition): volume 5, page 3424, character 2
- Unihan data for U+7DF4
|Historical forms of the character 練|
|Shuowen Jiezi (compiled in Han)|
|Small seal script|
- † white silk
- † to boil and scour raw silk
- to practice; to drill; to exercise; to train
- experienced; familiar
- A surname.
Derived terms from 練
- Go-on: れん (ren, Jōyō)
- Kan-on: れん (ren, Jōyō)
- Kun: ねる (neru, 練る, Jōyō); ねり (neri, 練り)
- Nanori: ねり (neri)
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