Template:ja-readings

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Use this template on single-kanji entries to indicate the kanji readings and to add the character to the appropriate category. It is placed in the ===Kanji=== section, under the ====Readings==== header:

{{ja-readings
|goon=
|kanon=
|toon=
|kanyoon=
|soon=
|on=
|kun=
|nanori=
}}

On readings are written with hiragana, as the corresponding entries are in hiragana.

E.g. for :

{{ja-readings
|goon=こう<くわう
|kanon=こう<くわう
|kun=ひか-る, ひかり-
|nanori=あき, あきら, こう, てる, ひこ, み, みつ
}}


The content of this template is generated by Module:ja-kanji-readings.

Format

The module accepts readings that are formatted in the following manner:

  • Items are delimited by commas (,).
  • < (arrow) indicates evolution from older forms (i.e. historical kana orthography). For example, こう<くわう. It is possible to add an additional form that is even older: evolved as きょう<きやう<くゐやう.
    • It is perfectly fine for the historical kana orthography to be identical to the modern kana orthography. For example, ふく<ふく.
  • - (hyphen) separates furigana ( () () ()) from okurigana ( (おく) () ()). A trailing - indicates there are no okurigana:
    • ひか-る (ひか)
    • ひかり- (ひかり)
    • If you are unsure, it can be omitted, and the entry will be added to a category.
  • Readings are automatically highlighted and labeled if they appear in the jōyō kanji list. The data for this functionality is hosted at Module:ja/data/jouyou-yomi.

No wikilinks ([[ ]]) or linking templates ({{l}} or {{ja-r}}) are needed. The module will detect the Japanese text and glosses, and create links in the style of {{ja-r}}.

Parameters

Categories

Category pages for this template are created by {{ja-readings-cat}}. Use {{auto cat}} to automatically fill in parameters.

The category structure can be seen at User:Erutuon/kanji readings.