11JPN4Ch2KanjiD-1

11JPN4Ch2KanjiD-1 - Chapter2 D , picture draws up a plan...

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Chapter2 ׽ࣈ D ՙ ڇ ෺
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This kanji was partly an abbreviated of , which shows how a person writes in a brush. is a rice field, and four lines around it means how someone drew lines in order to show the territory. It is used as “picture” which indicated such drawing. ΧΫ , Ψ picture draws up a plan
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Կ is from the way a person is carrying something on the shoulder. A big flower of lotus has a similar shape, so by adding
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2011 for the course JPN 4 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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11JPN4Ch2KanjiD-1 - Chapter2 D , picture draws up a plan...

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