This kanji has a kunyoumi or japanese reading of: なか, and it has an onyoumi or chinese reading of: ハン. This character has the meanings: half, middle, odd number, semi-, or part-. This character is made up of the following radicals or parts: to ten or dots at the top, followed by ten or complete 十, and 一. You can remember this kanji by the following hint: Object divided in two halves, left and right . Our example sentence is: 6時半です。6じはんです。It is half past six.

Grade Kun On Meaning Strokes Example Sentence
JLPT N5 なか ハン half, middle, odd number, semi-, part- 5



It is half past six.