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Stroke Count
1 Strokes
Radical
一 + 0 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. one, one radical (no.1)
Readings
Kun'yomi: ひと、ひと.つ。(Jouyou Reading)
はじめ、てん、かづ、かつ、いる、まこと、かず、おさむ、か、かた、くに、さね、すすむ、たか、ただ、ち、のぶ、はじむ、ひ、ひじ、ひで、ひとし、まさし、もと、もろ、ひと-。
On'yomi: イチ。(Go-on Reading)
イツ。(Kan-on Reading)

Japanese Meaning for 一

Dictionary Entries for 一

hitotsu
numeric
  1. one
noun
  1. for one thing (often used in itemized lists)
  2. only (after a noun)
  3. (not) even (with a verb in negative form)
noun, adverb
  1. just (e.g. "just try it")
no adjective
  1. some kind of; one type of
ichi
numeric, prefix
  1. one (壱, 弌 and 壹 are used in legal documents)
no adjective, suffix
  1. best
no adjective
  1. first; foremost
noun
  1. beginning; start
noun, used as a prefix
  1. a (single); one (of many) (before a noun)
noun
  1. ace (playing card)
  2. bottom string (on a shamisen, etc.)
ii
numeric
  1. one
icchi
adverb
  1. most; best
hito
hi
hii
prefix
  1. one (esp. ひと)
numeric
  1. one (when counting aloud, usu. ひ or ひい)
itsu
numeric
  1. one
noun
  1. same (mind, path, etc.)

Stroke Order Diagrams for 一

Construction of Character for 一

Kanji variants for 一
Ancient Form
Alternate Numeric Form
𠤪 Same Character
Origin and construction of 一
  1. 指事。線を一本引いて「1」の意味を表す。

Kanji related to 一

  • 寿

Meanings in Other Languages for 一

French
  1. un, radical un (no. 1)
Portuguese
  1. um
Spanish
  1. uno, 1

Comments for 一

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Yes, it's easy. Until you realize that "itsu" can also mean "five".

#3 Posted by Monox D. I-Fly over 4 years ago

lol its easy 

#2 Posted by yamenarhim over 7 years ago

seems easy enough

 

#1 Posted by sylveonite over 7 years ago


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