Last updated on 2017/2560 2 11, a full moon day;     Mini Dictionary contains approx. 5981 Files, 171 Folders, 53.3 MB (55,982,250 bytes) size, and 3100characters available to learn and understand; Oriental concept (Time . Space . Action) idea is applied;

 
                                         
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2555 Nippon Character Writing Strokes Count (numerological);

Computer Mini Dictionary;

doko WHERE Directions;

inline frame window (index) prompts the same Mini Dictionary;

Kanji radicals;

Linguistic note;

Nippon language learning web site: NHK, www3.nhk.or.jp/lesson/english/;

NIPPON people use 3 kinds of languages (i.e. Hiragana, Kanji, and Katakana) daily, therefore very unique; All ethnic tribes should learn NIPPON; because,

e.g. once you know Kanji, you know Chinese automatically including ideas and radicals;
e.g. once you know Hiragana, you know traditional Japanese automatically, including cultural and historical;
e.g. once you know Katakana, you know Romaji automatically; if you know Romaji, you know English, Latin, ... ;
for example: if you study Chinese, you know only Chinese, similar to if you study Korean, you know only Korean; if you study English, you know English and Latin (medical) only; therefore, all ethnic tribes should learn NIPPON, and then you will know almost all ... e.g. many chip sets' keywords are written in Katakana; and then instead of programming, using keywords is like "a short cut" a.k.a. right to the point a.k.a. above fonts and defined languages;

nippon 2 Identical Voices; nippon Unit; nippon Usage;

Nested Theory of Eastern Civilization ... , also see: Monbusho level knowledge enhancement 1;

Number; Numbers in Dhamma ;

Pali: approx. 700Pali available to read;

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               Some info are programmed & written in Pali e.g. Nama For Humanoid;

Prefix and Suffix ; prefix ... ; ... suffix;

Interesting Nippon Proverbs;

Referenced Books, including online content references;

Romanization:

Burmese Romanization;

Chinese Romanization;  

Nippon Pronunciation; notice that NIPPON 's Katakana language has adapted many languages (e.g. from English, from Kanji, from Latin, from Pali, ... ) a.k.a. Romaji;

Syllables: Nippon Syllabary;

Time; ... 

 

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