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Is there a lexicographic resource that, for every kanji, presents a list of lexemes containing the given kanji (not necessarily in initial position) where the lexemes are ordered by the kanji's reading within that lexeme?

One possible ordering would be:

  • first via the category (on, kun, ateji, jukujikun, etc)
  • then lexicographically

The purpose of this way or organizing readings is of course to give the learner certainty about their knowledge of kanji-to-reading mappings, even if it's didactically easier to associate kanji with already-learned lexemes than to try to actively memorize kanji-to-reading rules for each kanji.

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