Kana: シン、ジン
Romaji: shin, jin

Name Readings

Kana: おみ、たか、と、とみ、み
Romaji: omi, taka, to, tomi, mi


retainer, subject

Stroke Diagram


Kanji Info

Stroke Count:  7
Radical Number:  131
Frequency:  1249
Grade:  4
Skip Pattern:  3-3-4
Korean Reading:  sin
Chinese Reading:  chen2
Unicode:  81e3
JIS:  3F43


Halpern Index: 3068
Nelson Index: 3837
New Nelson Index: 4894
Spahn Hadamitzky Index: 2t4.3
Four Corner Index: 7171.7
Guide to Remembering Index: 512
Gakken Index: 981
Japanese Names Index: 527
Daikanwanjiten Index: 30068
Daikanwanjiten Index and Page: 9.0386
Remembering the kanji Index: 848
Kanji Flashcards Index: 855
Kodansha Compact Index: 1805
Read Writing Kanji Third Index: 543
Kanji in Context Index: 1003
1999 Kanji Learners Index: 1948
2013 Kanji Learners Index: 2642
French Remembering the Kanji Index: 856
Remembering the Kanji 6th Index: 911
Essential Kanji Index: 435
Kodansha Kanji Index: 3806
Roo 2001 Kanji Index: 3475
Read Writing the Kanji Index: 436
Tuttle Kanji Cards Index: 484


slave; retainer; servant; captive; varlet; I; me
大臣 (だいじん)
cabinet minister
大殿 (おとど)
minister (of government); noble; nobleman's residence
重臣 (じゅうしん)
chief vassal; senior statesman
法務大臣 (ほうむだいじん)
Minister of Justice
retainer; attendant; Omi (hereditary title; orig. one of the two highest such titles, later demoted to sixth highest of eight); I (used by a servant when speaking to his master); me
家臣 (かしん)
vassal; retainer
忠臣蔵 (ちゅうしんぐら)
performance or narrative based on the story of the Forty-seven Ronin (esp. the Kanadehon Chushingura, an epic puppet play first performed in 1748)
国務大臣 (こくむだいじん)
Minister of State
朝臣 (ちょうしん)
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