Kana: リョウ、てる、ふたつ
Romaji: ryō, teru, futatsu

Name Reading

Kana: もろ
Romaji: moro


both, old Japanese coin, counter for carriages (e.g., in a train), two

Stroke Diagram


Kanji Info

Stroke Count:  6
Radical Number:  1
Frequency:  247
Grade:  3
Skip Pattern:  4-6-1
Korean Reading:  ryang
Chinese Reading:  liang3
Unicode:  4e21
JIS:  4E3E


Halpern Index: 3518
Nelson Index: 34
New Nelson Index: 23
Spahn Hadamitzky Index: 0a6.11
Four Corner Index: 1022.7
Guide to Remembering Index: 411
Gakken Index: 281
Japanese Names Index: 531
Daikanwanjiten Index: 46
Daikanwanjiten Index and Page: 1.0285
Remembering the kanji Index: 1168
Kanji Way Index: 288
Kanji Flashcards Index: 286
Kodansha Compact Index: 15
Read Writing Kanji Third Index: 434
Kanji in Context Index: 556
1999 Kanji Learners Index: 2191
2013 Kanji Learners Index: 2949
French Remembering the Kanji Index: 1176
Remembering the Kanji 6th Index: 1252
Essential Kanji Index: 859
Kodansha Kanji Index: 4331
Roo 2001 Kanji Index: 3153
Read Writing the Kanji Index: 336
Tuttle Kanji Cards Index: 275


both; many; various; all; together
車両 (しゃりょう)
rolling stock; railroad cars; vehicles
両方 (りょうほう)
both; both sides; both parties
両国 (りょうこく、りょうごく)
both countries; Ryougoku (area of Tokyo)
両側 (りょうがわ、りょうそく)
both sides
both (e.g. both shoulders, etc.); ryo (obsolete unit of currency); 41-42 g (one sixteenth of a kin); 2 tan (measure of fabric size); counter for carriages (e.g. in a train); counter for vehicles
両親 (りょうしん、ふたおや)
parents; both parents
両者 (りょうしゃ)
pair; the two; both persons; both things
両手 (りょうて、もろて、そうしゅ)
(with) both hands; approvingly
両端 (りょうたん、りょうはし、りょうはじ)
both ends; either end; both edges; double-mindedness; sitting on the fence
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