Kana: コ、かた.める、かた.まる、かた.まり、かた.い
Romaji: ko, kata.meru, kata.maru, kata.mari, kata.i


harden, set, clot, curdle

Stroke Diagram


Kanji Info

Stroke Count:  8
Radical Number:  31
Frequency:  750
Grade:  4
Skip Pattern:  3-3-5
Korean Reading:  go
Chinese Reading:  gu4
Unicode:  56fa
JIS:  3847


Halpern Index: 3086
Nelson Index: 1036
New Nelson Index: 949
Spahn Hadamitzky Index: 3s5.2
Four Corner Index: 6060.4
Guide to Remembering Index: 476
Gakken Index: 834
Japanese Names Index: 744
Daikanwanjiten Index: 4745
Daikanwanjiten Index and Page: 3.0065
Remembering the kanji Index: 580
Kanji Flashcards Index: 424
Kodansha Compact Index: 343
Read Writing Kanji Third Index: 501
Kanji in Context Index: 470
1999 Kanji Learners Index: 1963
2013 Kanji Learners Index: 2658
French Remembering the Kanji Index: 587
Remembering the Kanji 6th Index: 622
Essential Kanji Index: 738
Kodansha Kanji Index: 3830
Roo 2001 Kanji Index: 1577
Read Writing the Kanji Index: 393
Tuttle Kanji Cards Index: 503


固定 (こてい)
fixation; fixing (e.g. salary, capital); fixed handle
固める (かためる)
to harden; to freeze; to strengthen; to solidify; to make (a fist); to tramp down (snow, dirt); to put together; to collect; to gather; to consolidate; to make secure; to stabilize; to settle down; to strengthen (belief, resolution, etc.); to establish (evidence); to fortify; to reinforce; to support; to wear for a specific purpose (armor, coat, etc.); to swear; to resolutely vow; to sincerely promise; to tie tightly; to fasten; to hold a bow fully drawn
固体 (こたい)
solid (body); solid matter; solid-state
強固 (きょうこ)
firmness; stability; security; strength
頑固 (がんこ)
stubbornness; obstinacy
固有 (こゆう)
characteristic; traditional; peculiar; inherent; native; eigen-
硬い (かたい)
hard; solid; tough; stiff; tight; wooden; unpolished (e.g. writing); strong; firm (not viscous or easily moved); safe; steady; honest; steadfast; obstinate; stubborn; bookish; formal; stuffy
固め (かため)
hardening; fortifying; pledge; vow; defense; defence; guarding
固め (かため)
hardness; firmness
固まる (かたまる)
to harden; to solidify; to become firm; to become certain; to gather (together); to assemble; to huddle together
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