- KangXi: page 92, character 10
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 371
- Dae Jaweon: page 195, character 13
- Hanyu Da Zidian: volume 1, page 113, character 2
- Unihan data for U+4ED7
|simp. and trad.
|Characters in the same phonetic series (丈) (Zhengzhang, 2003)|
- Cantonese (Jyutping): zoeng3, zoeng6
- Min Nan (POJ): tiǒng / tiōng / tiāng
- Min Nan
- (Hokkien: Quanzhou)
- (Hokkien: mainstream Taiwanese, Xiamen)
- (Hokkien: variant in Taiwan, Zhangzhou)
- weaponry; weapons; arms
- to hold a weapon
- war; battle
打仗 ― dǎzhàng ― to fight a battle; to go to war
- † guard; escort
- (departing tone only) to depend; to rely
- † Alternative form of 杖 (zhàng).
- Goon: じょう (jō)←ぢやう (dyau, historical)
- Kan’on: しょう (shō)←しやう (syau, historical)
- Kun: つえ (tsue, 仗)←つゑ (tuwe, historical); つわもの (tsuwamono, 仗); よる (yoru, 仗る)
This character is not used much in modern Japanese.
Alternative spelling of 杖 (tsue). See that entry for details.
Alternative spelling of 兵 (tsuwamono). See that entry for details.
- Alternative spelling of weaponry; a soldier, a warrior; a courageous person, a brave; someone who is very confident, even obstinate
- 仗旗 (じょうき, jōki): in medieval times, a special imperial flag marking occasions of special dignity, such as the first day of a new emperor's reign
- 仗議, 仗儀 (じょうぎ, jōgi): in the Nara period, a kind of codified conference before the imperial court, whereby nobles below the rank of minister would discuss the business of government
- 仗座 (じょうざ, jōza): the seats of the Imperial Guard; where nobles would sit to offer counsel to the court
- 仗身 (じょうしん, jōshin): in the Nara period, the court-appointed bodyguard of officials of fifth or higher rank
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