Kanji with Strike Witches

They say that kanji’s are pictorial words, so how else is better to learn them than with some actual, descriptive pictures. Here goes.

/ko.u/
restrained, withdrawn, held back, moderated

/na.mi/
average, medium, mediocre

/yu.ta.ka/ /hou/
full, rich, plum

Left word already covered.

/fu.n/ /hin/
poor, lacking, deflated

Left word already covered.

/mu/
nothing, void, empty, nonexistent

/mu/ /kyo/
gigantic, huge

Right word already covered.

Already covered.

Update: Thanks to mt-i for the correction in the reading.

So go stare at read them, draw write them, learn them, and share your experience of using them—err… the words, that is, not the … 😉

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2 Responses to Kanji with Strike Witches

  1. mt-i says:

    A few typos:
    巨 is /kyo/; 貧 is /hin/.
    豊か does indeed read yutaka, but the reading that is used here is the on’yomi /hou/ (豊乳 is hounyuu).

  2. bakaneko says:

    They’re not typos, they are my ignorance in the Japanese language.

    Thanks for the correction. 🙂

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