This kanji has kunyoumi or Japanese readings of: や、やっ or よう, and it has an onyoumi or Chinese reading of: ハチ. This character has the meanings: eight, or the eight radical. This character is made up of the following radicals or parts: itself, and is used in many other compound characters. Our example sentence is: よるのはちときです。夜の八時です。It’s eight o’clock at night.
|JLPT N5||や、やっ、よう||ハチ||eight, eight radical (no. 12)||2||よるのはちときです。
It’s eight o’clock at night.