See also: ばん and ぱん


Etymology 1Edit

For pronunciation and definitions of はん – see the following entries.
[noun] odd (especially of dice)
[prefix] half, semi-
[suffix] and a half
[noun] stamp, seal
[noun] judgement
[suffix] size of paper or books
[prefix] extensive; wide
[prefix] pan-
[suffix] group, party
[suffix] (military) section
[suffix] fiefdom, domain
(This term, はん, is an alternative spelling of the above terms.
For a list of all kanji read as はん, not just those used in Japanese terms, see Category:Japanese kanji read as はん.)

(The following entries are uncreated: , , , , , .)

Etymology 2Edit


はん (-han

  1. (chiefly Kansai) Kansai form of さん (-san)
    • 1984 February 20 [Jun 15 1983], Murakami, Motoka, “()っちゃが()てるの(まき) [Pa’s Watchin’]”, in ()()()(けん) [Musashi’s Sword], volume 10 (fiction), 4th edition, Tokyo: Shogakukan, →ISBN, page 86:
      Oni ya! Kunihiko-han wa honma no oni ya wa!
      You’re a cruel man! You really are a cruel man, Kunihiko!
    • 2005 August 9, Sorachi, Hideaki, “(だい)(ろく)(じゅう)()(くん) (がい)(けん)だけで(ひと)(はん)(だん)しちゃダメ [Lesson 65: Don’t Judge People by Their Looks]”, in (ぎん)(たま) [Silver Soul], volume 8 (fiction), Tokyo: Shueisha, →ISBN:
      (ひじ)(かた)はんって ()(まい)()やしクールやし
      Hijikata-han tte nimaime yashi kūru yashi
      Hijikata, yer so cool and handsome!