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Japanese Radicals

Radicals are graphemes, the graphical components that make up each kanji character. In Japanese, these characters are derived from written Chinese kangxi radicals. Every kanji is made up of at least one radical. Radicals themselves can also be a stand-alone kanji.

Kanjis containing the radical 龠 (Click on kanji for more info)

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