For a kanji compound search, you may consider any one of these methods:
1. Start with a search for any single kanji contained in the compound you are researching,
and then click the button. KanjiQuick will display all jukugo
containing this kanji found in its database.
2. Copy two or more kanji from the unknown compound into
the jukugo display box , or input them via IME.
KanjiQuick will display all jukugo containing this kanji string.
3. If you know the reading, choose the Jukugo or the Kanji & Jukugo
option above the Reading input box . In the English input box , enter a one-word meaning if
you know it, and then click the button. KanjiQuick will
automatically perform searches using multiple criteria. Pattern matching * and ?
characters are permitted.
If more than one match is found, all matches will be displayed in
the Jukugo List . The default display order is by position of the kanji used for
Click an entry from the Jukugo List to select it and KanjiQuick will display all
information from its database. (In the example shown, an Item List is presented, since both single kanji and jukugo are listed together as the results of the initial search criteria. Item, Kanji and Jukugo Lists all function in basically the same manner.)
In the example below, KanjiQuick has listed 75 items with the faded kanji on the left in the Kanji display box . The jukugo on the right in the Jukugo display box is number 63 on that list.