kyūjitai

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From Japanese 旧字体 ‎(kyūjitai), from Middle Chinese ‎(gjùw, old) + 字體 ‎(dzì-tʰéj, character style, calligraphic form), from ‎(dzì, [written] character) + ‎(tʰéj, form, body).

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kyūjitai ‎(uncountable)

  1. The traditional form of Japanese kanji used before 1947.

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kyūjitai

  1. rōmaji reading of きゅうじたい
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