Day, Date 日

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Kanji: 日
Hiragana: ひ、び、にち、か
Pronunciation: Hi, Bi, Nichi, Ka
Meaning: Day, Date, Sun

Compounds:
日曜日 (nichiyobi, nichiyohbi) Sunday
二日 (futsuka) two days; second day of the month
毎日 (mainichi) everyday
日没 (nichibotsu) sunset
数日 (suzitsu, suuzitsu) a few days
白日 (hakuzitsu) bright sunshine
同日 (dohzitsu, douzitsu) same day
平日 (heizitsu) weekday
祝日 (shukuzitsu) National Holidays
連日 (renzitsu) day after day
来日 (rainichi) coming to Japan; visit to Japan
日米 (nichibei) Japan-America
日印 (nichiin) Japan and India
日英 (nishiei) Japanese-UK; Japanese-English
日仏 (nichifutsu) Japan and France; Japanese-French
日中 (nicchu) Japan and China; Japanese-Chinese
日韓 (nikkan) Japan and South Korea; Japanese-Korean
日露 (nichiro) Japan and Russia; Japanese-Russian

Kun:
お日様 (ohisama) the sun
日の出 (hinode) sunrise
日本 (nihon, nippon) Japan

Special Reading:
明日 (ashita) tomorrow
明後日 (asatte) the day after tomorrow
昨日 (kino, kinoh, kinou) yesterday
一昨日 (ototoi) the day before yesterday
一日 (ichinichi, tsuitachi) one day; the first day of the month; When it is pronounced “ichinichi,” it means one day. When it is pronounced “tsuitachi,” it means the first day of the month

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