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help with kanji please

I need to know if these kanji meanings and pronounciations are correct:

音sound, noise
Kun yomi:おと, ね
On yomi: オン, イン, ノン

王 king, rule, magnate
On yomi:オウ, ノウ

花 flower
Kun yomi: はな
On yomi: カ, ケ

貝shellfish
Kun yomi: かい
On yomi: バイ

玉 jewel, ball, coin
Kun yomi: たま, たま-, -だま
On yomi: ギョク

空 empty, sky, emptiness
Kun yomi: そら
On yomi: クウ

犬 dog
Kun yomi: いぬ
On yomi: ケン

糸 thread
Kun yomi: いと
On yomi: シ

耳 ear
Kun yomi: みみ
On yomi: ジ

手 hand
Kun yomi: て ,て- , -て, た-
On yomi: シュ, ズ

森 forest, woods
Kun yomi: もり
On yomi: シン

正 correct, justice, righteous
Kun yomi: ただ.しい, ただ.す, まさ, まさ.に
On yomi: セイ, ショウ

青 blue, green
Kun yomi: あお, あお-, あお.い
On yomi: セイ, ショウ

石 stone
Kun yomi: いし
On yomi: セキ, シャク, コク

赤 red
Kun yomi: あか, あか- , あか.い, あか.らむ, あか.らめる
On yomi: セキ, シャク

早 early, fast
Kun yomi: はや.い, はや, はや-, はや.まる, はや.める, さ-
On yomi: ソウ, サッ

草 grass
Kun yomi: くさ , くさ-, -ぐさ
On yomi: ソウ

楽 music, comfort, ease
Kun yomi: たの.しい, たの.しむ, この.む
On yomi: ガク, ラク, ゴウ

足 leg, foot, be sufficient, counter for pairs of footwear
Kun yomi: あし, た.りる, た.る, た.す
On yomi: ソク

竹 bamboo
Kun yomi: たけ
On yomi: チク

虫 insect, bug, temper
Kun yomi: むし
On yomi: チュウ, キ

目 eye, class, look, insight, experience, care, favor
Kun yomi: め, -め, ま-
On yomi: モク, ボク

力 power, strong, strain, bear up, exert
Kun yomi: ちから
On yomi: リョク, リキ, リイ

林 grove, forest
Kun yomi: はやし
On yomi: リン

I know it's a lot but i really need to know. onegai!!

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Although Eliots comment got negative thumbs or whatever you call it... the link he gave is extremely important. That site is ... ahh I cant even put it in words.. its a lifesafer. There are many tools that will help you besides the normal dictionary function.

    The others already reviewed your readings... so I will say something different. I also started to learn the kanji with their readings... but that might be a bad approach. I find it insanely difficult to remember them like that especially if their numbers add up. Maybe you should try to learn the readings together with words were the kanji are used. Being able to recite 6 different onyomi readings of a kanji like a dictionary isnt really that useful.

    Ahh.. way too long... in short.. I would learn the kanji with their writing and meaning... and after that the reading together with the vocabulary.

    Almost all of them are correct.
    however "早" means "early", but is scarcely used to mean "fast".
    "速" does.

    even native speakers often confuse "早い" with "速い".

      OOPT


    Add から、あ.く、あ.ける、むな.しい for kun yomi.


    I didn't find このむ in my dictionary. Where did you get it?


    Again, my dictionary doesn't have キ for 虫. Any example?


    You may add つと.める for kun yomi.


    FYI, there are couples of more difficult readings, which are used only in historic or Buddhism context. I don't think you would need them indeed, but I can give them if you just want to know.

    I looked up 旺文社国語辞典 and goo国語辞書( based on 小学館デジタル大辞泉, http://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/jn/) as my references.

    i can help you~

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