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English translation: The kanji is "haku" or "ha(geru)" -- [#495 in the rev. edition of Nelson).

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07:45 Mar 1, 2000
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Japanese term or phrase: Can't find the following kanji
I cannot locate the following kanji. The left hand side of the character is identical to the right hand side of the kanji "midori." The right hand side of the kanji is radical #18 simplified (sword, knife). The kanji appears in the following title: Suke-ru no *?*ri. (Ri=the kanji meaning "separate" (hanareru)).
Thank you. BTW, any idea how I could type Japanese directly? I've tried copying/pasting from JWP but that doesn't work. Also, I apologize if this same request appears more than once but it doesn't seem to be going through.
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English translation:The kanji is "haku" or "ha(geru)" -- [#495 in the rev. edition of Nelson).
Explanation:
Haku / Ha(geru) -- to come off, peel off, etc.

The combination would be "hakuri" - peeling off, delamination, etc.
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jnfassoc
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I thought that it might be the kanji you suggested although it's strange that the one I found in my Nelson 2nd Rev. Ed.
with that meaning looks slightly different on the top left hand portion...Thanks again.
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na剥(はく)、剥げる(はげ Leonid Karmazin
naThe kanji is "haku" or "ha(geru)" -- [#495 in the rev. edition of Nelson).jnfassoc


  

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The kanji is "haku" or "ha(geru)" -- [#495 in the rev. edition of Nelson).


Explanation:
Haku / Ha(geru) -- to come off, peel off, etc.

The combination would be "hakuri" - peeling off, delamination, etc.

jnfassoc
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I thought that it might be the kanji you suggested although it's strange that the one I found in my Nelson 2nd Rev. Ed.
with that meaning looks slightly different on the top left hand portion...Thanks again.
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剥(はく)、剥げる(はげ


Explanation:
You must have Japanese Windows95/98 or English Windows95/98 with Office 2000, then you can easily type Japanese text.

"JWP" may be shown in museum, don't you think so?


Leonid Karmazin
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