6 strokes
Jouyou kanji
Taught in 7th grade
JLPT exam level N1

decay, rot, remain in seclusion

Kun'yomi
  • ちる to rot, to decay
On'yomi
  • キュウ
Nanori
  • くつ

Main Radical

(KanXi)

Reading Commonality

Character Breakdown

decay, rot, remain in seclusion
く.ちる キュウ くつ (7th, N1)
tree, wood
き こ- モク (1st, N5)
obstruction of breath (qi) as it seeks release, variant of other characters
コウ さまた.げられる

References

Unicode hex code 673D
JIS X 0208 1-21-64
Nelson, A. Classic Nelson 2175
Haig, J. New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary 2545
Halpern, J. New Japanese-English Character Dictionary 821
Halpern, J. Kodansha Kanji Dictionary 1015
Halpern, J. Kanji Learners Dictionary (Kodansha) 550
Halpern, J. Kanji Learners Dictionary (Kodansha), 2nd edition (2013) 727
Heisig, J. Remembering The Kanji 1243
Heisig, J. Remembering The Kanji, Sixth Ed. 1331
Gakken A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage 1827
O'Neill, P.G. Japanese Names 419
O'Neill, P.G. Essential Kanji 1683
Morohashi Daikanwajiten 14439
Henshall, K. A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters 1150
Spahn and Hadamitzky Kanji and Kana 1628
Spahn and Hadamitzky Kanji and Kana (2011 edition) 1738
Hodges & Okazaki Japanese Kanji Flashcards 1417
Kask, A. Tuttle Kanji Cards 1080
Nishiguchi & Kono Kanji in Context 1787
Kodansha Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide 1069
Maniette, Y. Les Kanjis dans la tete 1251
Tuttle Dictionary Descriptor Code 4a2.6
Four corner code 4192.7
De Roo Code 1852