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11Ch0KanjiB - Chapter0 B tongue is from the shape of a bar...

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Chapter 0 B
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is from the shape of a bar that has splits at the top. It was used as a weapon. A tongue is like a bar that pushes out of a mouth. tongue
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shellfish money This came from the shape of a shell. Shells were used like money in old times, so this radical is often used in a kanji that has something to do with money .
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hand takes in again It is the appearance of the right arm that is about to do something. It is the way a hand tries to reach something inside “again” in addition to the effort that is already happening within that area.
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