See also: hanzi, hànzi, Hànzì, hànzì, and Hänzi

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Etymology edit

From the Hanyu Pinyin romanization of Mandarin 漢字汉字 (Hànzì). Doublet of kanji.

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  • IPA(key): /hændzi/, /hænzi/
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Hanzi (plural Hanzi)

  1. Synonym of Chinese character (specifically in relation to Chinese)
    • [1959, Etiemble, “One China or Two?”, in Evergreen Review[1], volume 2, number 8, →ISSN, →OCLC, page 31:
      On May 21, 1957, the Jen min je pao published the text of the previous day’s discussions during which writers and scholars of various tendencies had examined before the Commission the proposed reform (which, in the opinion of certain “leftists,” entailed in fact the suppression of the han tzŭ, the Chinese characters).]

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Hanzi n (strong, genitive Hanzi, plural Hanzi)

  1. Hanzi