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.

restrained, withdrawn, held back, moderated

average, medium, mediocre

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

Left word already covered.

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

Left word already covered.

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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