16 strokes
Jinmeiyou kanji used in names
Kentei exam level Pre-1
JLPT exam level N1

mandarin orange

Kun'yomi
  • たちばな tachibana orange (Citrus tachibana)
On'yomi
  • キツ
Nanori
  • きっ

Main Radical

(KanXi)

Reading Commonality

Character Breakdown

mandarin orange
キツ たちばな きっ (Kentei Pre-1, N1)
tree, wood
き こ- モク (1st, N5)
halberd, arms, festival float
ム ほこ ボウ (7th, N1)
beforehand, previous, myself
ヨ シャ あらかじ.め (3rd, N3)
feathered stick, barb radical (no. 6)
ケツ かぎ (Kentei 1)
katakana no radical (no. 4)
ヘツ えい よう (Kentei 1)
light, clear, bright
ケイ キョウ ソウ (Kentei 1)
upside-down box radical (no. 13)
キョウ ケイ (Kentei 1)
legs radical (no. 10)
ジン ニン がい (Kentei 1)
mouth
くち コウ ク (1st, N4)

References

Unicode hex code 6A58
JIS X 0208 1-21-44
Nelson, A. Classic Nelson 2368
Haig, J. New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary 2868
Halpern, J. New Japanese-English Character Dictionary 1077
Halpern, J. Kodansha Kanji Dictionary 1366
Halpern, J. Kanji Learners Dictionary (Kodansha) 737
Halpern, J. Kanji Learners Dictionary (Kodansha), 2nd edition (2013) 990
Heisig, J. Remembering The Kanji 2494
Heisig, J. Remembering The Kanji, Sixth Ed. 2557
O'Neill, P.G. Japanese Names 2484
O'Neill, P.G. Essential Kanji 1922
Morohashi Daikanwajiten 15551
Spahn and Hadamitzky Kanji and Kana 2127
Tuttle Dictionary Descriptor Code 4a12.11
Four corner code 4792.7
De Roo Code 1849