Iōng-chiá:A-yao/Test:人 modified

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Chham-khó

Ho̍ah-gí-giân[siu-kái]

Pit-sūn
人-order.gif

Sû-gôan[siu-kái]

Lūi-sū lâng ê thúi. Chi̍t-jī kó·-tāi ê pán-pún biâu-su̍t chi̍t-gê lâng kap pì kap thúi.

Hàn-jī[siu-kái]

A-yao/Test:人 modified (pō͘-siú 9 人+00, 2 pit-o̍eh, chhong-khiat 人 (O), sì-kak 80000)

  1. lâng
  2. jîn-lūi

Chham-khó[siu-kái]

  • KangXi: 0091.010
  • Dai Kanwa Jiten: 00344
  • Dae Jaweon: 0190.010
  • Hanyu Da Zidian: 10101.100
  • Unihan data for U+4EBA

Bân-lâm-gú[siu-kái]

Tho̍k-im[siu-kái]

Bêng-sû[siu-kái]

A-yao/Test:人 modified (, 【Plâng,jîn)

  1. Jîn-lūi

Ēng-hoat si̍p-kòan[siu-kái]

  • When by itself, is always read as lâng. For compound words, Min Nan resembles Japanese, in that there does not seem to be a consistent rule for when to use the vernacular vs. literary pronunciation. Certain compounds will always use the vernacular (ex. siàu-liân-lâng young person), whereas others will always use the literary pronunciation (ex. hàn-jîn ethnic Han Chinese).

Pheng-siá lēng-lūi[siu-kái]


Hân-gú[siu-kái]

Hàn-jī[siu-kái]

A-yao/Test:人 modified
Eumhun:

  • Siaⁿ-im (hangeul): 인 (revised: in, McCune-Reischauer: in, Yale: in)
  • Miâ (hangeul): 사람 (revised: saram, McCune-Reischauer: saram, Yale: salam)

Hôa-gí[siu-kái]

Hàn-jī[siu-kái]

A-yao/Test:人 modified (pinyin rén (ren2), Wade-Giles jen2)

[siu-kái]


Ji̍t-gí[siu-kái]

Bêng-sû[siu-kái]

A-yao/Test:人 modified (counter 人, hiragana ひと, romaji hito)

  1. lâng
  2. jîn-lūi

Hàn-jī[siu-kái]

A-yao/Test:人 modified (grade 1 kanji)

Tho̍k-im[siu-kái]

[siu-kái]


Oa̍t-gí[siu-kái]

Hàn-jī[siu-kái]

A-yao/Test:人 modified (Yale yan4)


Oa̍t-lâm-gú[siu-kái]

Hàn-jī[siu-kái]

A-yao/Test:人 modified (nhân)