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RTK1 Supplement (Newly Approved General-Use Kanji)

RTK1 Supplement (Newly Approved General-Use Kanji)

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Remembering the Kanji Supplement

Additional entries to RTK1 for the newly approved general-use Kanji.
Remembering the Kanji Supplement

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where the last of the primitive elements needed to compose the kanji has been learned. 39 are already included in the present volume: 呂 24 534 1108 1755 旦 30 553 1210 1904 153 603 1264 1943 埼 411 727 1294 1950 錦 爪 阪 媛 437 776 1417 1961 瞳 462 777 1420 1979 乞 嵐 怨 駒 472 870 1514 1990 茨 501 907 1599 1999 曽 514 1031 1647 2003 栃 瓦 韓 熊 520 1094 1718 虹 亀 袖 艶 羨 藤 牙 串 蜜 脇 梨 奈 賭 鶴 宛 岡 睦 虎 鎌 鹿 須 Of the remaining kanji. 134 appear in the third volume of this series. for example. A number of the supplementary kanji published by the Ministry use “old forms” of primitive elements or their compounds. Otherwise. and Technology announced the addition of 196 kanji to the 1. Culture. That leaves 23 new characters to round off the list. Thus. the older—and for the time being approved—forms are given in square brackets. 2 and 3. In order to preserve the numbering in Vols.945 characters of the list of general-use kanji approved in 1981. Of these. each frame will be assigned a number followed by a letter. Science. For those who have already completed the previous 56 lessons. it is best to cross-reference this list to the text of your book and study them in proper sequence. In the long run there is no need for you to learn the older forms. Meantime a new edition of the Remembering the Kanji books is being prepared with new numbering. Sports. Feel free to study them in any order you please. one after the other. Remembering the Kanji: Writing and Reading Japanese Characters for Upper-Level Proficiency.In spring of 2010. For those who want them. it will take time for unicode numbers to be assigned to the simpler forms and for font-makers to catch up. the Japanese Ministry of Education. which will often go against the grain of how you have been learning the kanji in this book. along with an explanation of differences from the simplified form. 1382a will send you to Lesson 36. The 6 lessons that follow will cover all 157 characters not treated in the previous lessons. there is no need to follow these frames in order. Kanji included here that have appeared in Vol. While the trend has been to unify the writing of these elements. and at the same time to indicate the best context for learning. . 3 have their respective frame number given in curly brackets to the right. This leaves certain inconsistencies in the updated list.

[12] 56a {2736} post a bill . as well as an occasional comment to clarify the connotation of a key word. Look closely and you will see rows of leftover shells of clams with little slips of paper sticking out of them posted to the billboard. [10] 54a {2178} pop song 鮃 唄 word frame has do with posting to a 貼 The keyIn this in thisthe billboard is standing atbills exit bill board. with 肘 Insteadofof the familiar “grease” we usually associatepart of the elbow someone hard at work. A complete story will be provided. kind of like the foul aftertaste that follows a night before of too much of the wrong stuff—or what we call morning mouth. [15] 魵 嘲 a lot of if one’s “popular.” 唄 Thereisisdepictedmoneyastoa be madeof clamssongs are out of the This here stream spewing mouth of someone performing a pop song.Lesson 57 We begin with the 19 characters whose primitive elements were introduced in Part One. the kanji gives us a the body that has been glued to its task. case. the to a Chinese restaurant displaying the latest alternative to the traditional fortune-telling cookies. [7] 45a {2464} elbow 魴 肘 嘲 52a {2155} derision The bad feeling created by words spoken in derision often leaves a bad taste in the mouth of the one who speaks them.

[8] 103a {2169} curse 鮑 呪 妬 117a {2195} jealous It should not be hard to leap from the key word to the image of a woman who is jealous of the rock that another woman is sporting on the third finger of her left hand. [13] 133a gland 鮖 腺 汎 138a {2327} pan- The sense of the key word here is the “all-inclusive” we find in terms like “Pan-American Games. {2466} 鮒 鮓 your flesh 腺 Dig intoand watch aand pull out a lymph gland. [8] 厰 妬 advertisements H You have seen those scratch-’n-sniffthat replaces one for per fumes.” (It is also the character used .this kanji associateddecide if with the an I leave it to you to he is on the giving or receiving end of the sorcery. inventor of a curse 呪 For somemouth of the older brother. Bernard dog into a little chihuahua. [12] 122a sniff The [嗅] only difference between the old and simplified forms is the addition of a single dot transforming our St. Now give it a squeeze spring of lymph spout out of it. This one is for a mouthwash stinking odor with another.lesson 57 | S-5 鮏 貼 reason.

[7] 鮟 汰 沙 140a {2296} grains of sand We have already learned the kanji for sand (frame 117). Now try to find a sponsor for the “Pan-Mediocre Water Sports Competition. in case you are a math major and want to take your story in that direction. we usually think of setting precious stones in pieces of jewelery. leaving a greasy scum on top of the water.” [6] 鮗 汎 汰 139a {2316} cleanse This character can mean both to cleanse and to make dirty. Picture him sitting in the spa as the pounds melt away.S-6 | remembering the kanji 1 in mathematics for “partial” as in partial differentials. [13] 鮨 填 . [7] 鮠 沙 填 154a {2190} inlay When we hear the word inlay. You might think instead of the cosmic wisdom that inlaid the truth of the universe in the stuff of the earth. We will choose the latter and imagine someone who is displeasingly plump going to a skinny spa whose medicinal waters promise to cleanse him of his unwanted corpulence. here we have a few drops of water. many of whom cannot even tread water. think of a meet of the region’s most mediocre athletes. so let’s use it to remember the character for grains of sand.) Instead of a water sports event that brings together the best talent. but the primitive elements here suggest truth being inlaid in the soil. Instead of the “few stones” that make for nice sand. one for each grain of sand—a beach in perfect ecological balance.

. but if those flowers are poison oak. they can amount to bullying. yet complete with spectacles and a pipe. . umbrella . . [8] 259a {2567} toy 鮱 玩 . this kanji has us making the whole tree into a chair. flesh.the beginning. which looks most strange sitting in your living room where the sofa used to be. [8] 鮮 苛 252a {2071} 脊 spinal column Two.lesson 57 | S-7 椅 205a {2480} chair Instead of making a chair out of wood from a tree. [12] 鮪 椅 昧 Thedawned on. two . [10] The pair of 2s is introduced in Vol. at some aboriginal level. ping-pong balls. . Be ideasto give thethat the sun of reason has not most obscure sure are those sun a professorial demeanor. . rugby balls. then the ball 玩 If. Be sure to emphasize the word can when you repeat this little phrase to yourself. and marbles. beforearchetypal into must have been there at evolving beach balls. 3 as a primitive element meaning the I Ching. . 鰺 鰻 鰾 鱆 Toys R Us. [9] 216a {2445} obscure 鮭 昧 苛 225a {2373} bullying A nosegay of flowers make a nice gift.

flourishing its scepter this way and that. There is one case in which a previously learned primitive shows up in this supplementary list as a character in its own right. Thedetails distinguish umbrellaform from the simplified second line of the extends slightly to the left.soundopen their mouth and soundingalike so who try to They literary often end up out rolls whole much trucker’s convoy of metaphors. Note that none of the new primitive elements introduced in Vol. 3 will be used here. picture the sun seated on a throne. (frame 404a).” the frame number will direct you to the proper context for learning them. 3) make use of primitive elements introduced in Part Two. and the final two strokes of the kanji are bent in the middle rather than straight. 鮹 鮻 . though mention of them will be made on first appearance. [12] 289a metaphor [喩] Three small the old one. [8] 鮴 旺 Lesson 58 The next 22 kanji (4 of them new characters not covered in Vol. the middle strokes of moon are skewered.S-8 | remembering the kanji 1 The radiant. Just of the sure makes it king ofthis to be you don’t take 260a {2450} effulgent too abstractly. effulgent splendor sun all 旺 the planets and other stars. Although full stories will mostly be abbreviated to their “plots. I Peoplenoisy racket.

it is also used for the “dwarf planet” Pluto.lesson 58 | S-9 煎 Thinkofof roasting the guest of honor at a party—literally. [10] 鯆 鯉 冥 詮 Think of elucidating as presenting something in whole words. Since no one knows precisely when this part of the cosmos was finished. conjuring up 339a obituary 鯏 訃 If you 戚 shouldthinkbe hard to imagine them asdisagreeable relatives. each. By way of the classic Greek association. in front an oven-fire. it not of a parade of particularly large bodies with little pea-brains above. as distinct from broken. [13] 290a {2548} roast 鯀 煎 賂 Shells . [13] 300a {2841} 292a {2738} graft 鰯 賂 Hades 冥 The key word in this frame refers to the underworld. the world of the dead. . fragmented sentences. [13] 337a {2717} elucidate 鯊 詮 訃 Thethe deceased. we may imagine it as the crowning deed of day six of the creation. [11] 360a {2882} relatives . . [9] words of this obituary work like a magic wand.

and strips of cloth used in clothing. which includes cleaning cloths.[14] 366a {2390} revile 鯛 鯡 蔑 presented 鍵 The golden key you have beenthe city. people would get impatient as the persimmons fall from the tree and wreak havoc on buyers and sellers alike. we can keep the primitive meaning for the key word here.S-10 | remembering the kanji 1 鯑 鯒 鯔 鯖 戚 who do not deserve 蔑 The verbal abuse involved in reviling thosefull boom having an it can be compared to a march of flowers in eyeball of nastiness cast on them (literally. covering cloths. [17]by the mayor gives you access to all the buildings in 391a {2761} key 鯣 鍵 404a {2101} 巾 towel This is the character which we learned back on page 152 as a primitive element of the same meaning. If itan immense weren’t for 412a persimmon the fact that the tree is sacred to the village. [3] {2481} Imagine a village market with stalls set up around 柿 persimmon tree with watermelon-sized fruit. [7] on bewitched . of course). [9] 鮫 柿 428a {2078} 妖 Youa are bewitched here by a woman riding across the heavens broomstick. If we allow the full range of original meanings for the English word towel.

3 (page 19) it is assigned its own meaning: sapling. see the note in the previous frame. 鯤 妖 428b {2079} For those 沃 of heaven.lesson 58 | S-11 See the note concerning the second primitive in frame 418. This character has you sitting on the ground in the corner as your teacher stands over you.” This is what makesclar ity mind in knowing when to “let the words of acquiescence sovereign. irrigate 鮟 沃 with the wisdom and 諦 Theofkey word in this frame has to dogo.a[4] aroma by hav ing gagged bound aroma 鯱 匂 .suffering a drought. her mouth wide open as she reprimands you in front of the entire class. [5] 鯲 叱 444b {2147} to “capturing” favorite 匂 Youitwill haveandimagineup in a spoon. [16] 435a {2716} renunciation 鯨 諦 444a {2179} 叱 scold Recall some particularly harsh scolding you got as a child in school. In Vol. irrigation is like water from pipes [7] On the second primitive.

squared form. [13] 449a block letters 鰆 楷 for everything its 諧 The harmony of “a place the everything andall the wordsinone place” is applied here to orderliness of speaks.S-12 | remembering the kanji 1 spoons on 頃 When Uncle Bob starts his comic routine of stickingwith a rea his head. [11] 444c {2791} about that time 鰄 頃 word refers to kanji that 楷 The key opposed to cursive writingare written in full. flowers and siesta into a memorable image. as which is more flowing and abbreviates some of the strokes. Here block letters are pictured as tidy rows of trees that are all the same size and can be read easily by all. [16] 449b orderliness 鰈 諧 a word taken over the Japanese to name the 葛 Kudzu is vines that creep up fromcompletely take over trees.” From there it should not be hard to arrange the primitives. you know it is about that time to come up son to excuse yourself. crawling and 454a {2398} kudzu Seeing it at its worst in the Georgia countryside makes it easy to understand why it has a reputation as the “plague of the South. whatever calligraphic skills they possess. [11] 鰉 葛 .

turkey. stroke order has been eliminated for here on. . cause. . turkey. . . except in cases of ambiguity. [11] {2505} 椎 Tree . heart. harden. As in the body of the book. . [9] 恣 Next . [13]you describe shrine or pilgrimage 456a {2715} visit a shrine 鰊 詣 Lesson 59 The following four lessons will cover all the supplementary kanji that require primitives introduced in Part Three. 堆 556b 556a {2185} piled high sweet oak who weld windpipe selfish Soil . . turkey. . . [12] 誰 Words . . [10] 596a 583a {2159} 556c {2712} 580a . [15] 錮 Metal .lesson 59 | S-13 “savor your words” when 詣 Here youyour recent visit to aas something delicioussite. . . . [16] 咽 Mouth .

[8] a door or making ramen. style. . . the second to last strokes is omitted.S-14 | remembering the kanji 1 芯 Flowers . . . evening. [7] 臆 608a 632a 632b {2460} 600a {2368} wick cowardice disquieting Flesh . .vase. flood . tool. heart. . . scenery. . idea. through the [捗] In the older form. . . . . . [9] as in opening 拉 The sense of this key word is to pull or jerk. . . . . [17] 惧 State of mind . [11] {2280} 憧 Think of the state of mind you were in as a child with a particu larly juvenile yearning. [15] 憬 拭 644b 644a 632c yearn hanker State of mind . Its elements: fingers . yank 拶 674a 660a {2261} imminent make headway Fingers . [15] {2254} wipe Fingers . [9] {2269} 捗 Let Yellow Pagesdo the walking as you make headway[11] your fingers in search of something hard to find.

ivy. porter. If you are learning these supplementary characters in sequences. [8] {2437} 曖 739a 737a unclear hooked metallurgy bluffs Sun . . tree. elbow. . the secondary sense of rugged or spiny. [7] {2498} 梗 Tree rough treelate. . love. From this it gets .lesson 59 | S-15 弄 695a 676a {2558} tinker with spiny Jewel . . . [4] {2137} 746a Ice . . . . you may use the key word grab as a primitive element for frames 733 and 734. [17] {2148} 勾 冶 Bound up . . . [11] . . . pedestal. [7] {2227} 崖 778a Mountain . grow that grows on mountain originally to a deciduous. two hands. . . [11] {2090} 采 Vulture . . vulture . . . . . cliff . missile. [8] {2298} Water . . [11] {2454} 股 淫 732a 730a 707a thigh lewd grab Flesh . . . This character refers plains.

tree . rice grains. [15] {2355} 萎 謎 [謎] 932a 925a Flowers . . [12] The older form has two fiestas instead of the float. then you where the ten as little “cross” sitting atop the root of a you have the image of a chapel. . committee. . . . delicious.S-16 | remembering the kanji 1 腎 865a 852a {2453} kidney uprising Slave . . . crotch . [13] {2858} 勃 Ifhousethink ofwe are usedato seeing the “chimney” (drop). chihuahua with one human leg . . [11] {2709} Words . umbrella . . flesh. . . . [13] K [箋] 940a {2991} knee stationery Bamboo . . . float. astray. [10] {2088} 稽 Wheat .) To complete the picture for uprising. [9] 桁 916a 918a 890a {2483} girder training numb riddle Tree . . (This combination will appear once more in this book: frame 1365. . {2461} 膝 Flesh . going. . . . . . add: child . . [16] The older form has an extra opening stroke in the road. . . . muscles.

astaskmaster. . . all requiring primitive elements from Part Three to be formed. . dragon. take the the basis adding to it only the element for soil. spine. .Lesson 60 This lesson will pick up 30 more kanji. . assembly line . . [10] . for emulate. [9] {2122} 966a 979a Person . fishhook (enclosure) . branch. St. . course. [6] . . . . . . .for this kanji. compass . {2845} 挫 1024a sprain Fingers . . slingshot . . {2121} The [籠] older form uses the old character for dragon. . . character. the combination to the right is treated as a primitive element with the meaning of a dachshund. . . . [10] The key word refers to a very familiar way of referring to oneself. which is com- 952a 侶 伎 partner performing artist arrogance Person . In Vol. soil . three. . Bernard . [16] posed of the elements: vase . You may. flesh . [13] {2058} 1015a 俺 myself Person . . 3 (page 15). usually restricted to men. 篭 950a basket Bamboo . . soil. eel. . of 傲 Person . .

[6] 1142b {2067} 毀 剥 break peel off glossary Mortar . As a primitive element it keeps the same meaning. virtuous. . [16] {2358} Flower . [13] . [13] {2145} 1144a 1153a Broom . soil . . [15] The first three strokes of shredder in the old form are not drawn the way we learned they should be when the primitive for little comes above a horizontal line (see frame 105). The mortar referred to here is a stone or 臼 wooden basin used for grinding with a pestle. [13] {2092} 斬 Car . A reference is made to this shape on page 404. [11] {2063} 1142a Back-to-back staples.S-18 | remembering the kanji 1 膳 蔽 [蔽] 尻 裾 1064a 1133a 1054a 1040a 1035a {2468} dining tray cover over Flesh . . . . . . . . baseball team. . . The remaining elements are: crown . . . missile. rice grains . {2220} buttocks hem chop off mortar Flag . . . saber. [10] {2997} 彙 The primitive of this character is actually an old form of broom 彑. axe. . [5] {2624} Cloak . shredder. . fruit. . . . reside.

. . . [10] {2241} Bow . [10] . . weak. head. Do which is closer to “founder. . puppet. (frame 707). {2332} Father . [18] {2640} Bamboo . [8] {2308} 溺 Water .lesson 60 | S-19 拳 挨 弥 1236a 1234a 1224a 1205a {2917} fist shove more and more drowning Quarter . . . . . [14] {2792} 頬 阜 1275a 1268a Scissors . Note the stroke overlap between father and cauldron 捉 1280a {2260} nab Fingers . little. needle. . . 釜 metal. . . elbow . . [15] {2928} Maestro . . . . ceiling . reclining . head. snare . hand. . metal. . [8] This is the original character that was abbreviated to form the element we learned as pinnacle 阝. . . . dart. . wooden leg. . . .not confuse the meaning of ”this key word . [10]. [13] with 没 顎 箸 1267a 1258a 1244a {2795} chin chopsticks cheek large hill Two mouths . [10] {2248} Fingers .

[17] {2426} Pinnacle . . yield. . doth. . [13] Lesson 61 The 29 new kanji of this lesson should not present any particular problems. The key 踪 Wooden leg . . rather than in the form we have found it to take when it appears at above a horizontal line. Its primitive thread . little . . . {2615} 窟 cavern Hole . . jawbone. This will also give you the change to repeat some of the imagery you used there for similar combinations of primitive elements. detailed.S-20 | remembering the kanji 1 religion. little. . [12] The little above the sun is drawn the same as the little below it. [16] 1338a fine 綻 1339a {2670} come apart at the seams Thread . be taken to 緻 The key word should elements are: mean minute.[13] word refers to a trail of foot prints or tracks 1287a trail 鍋 P [隙] 1322a 1297a 1292a {2757} pot chink Metal . . . left behind. . . . . . as long as you are sure to look at the frames immediately preceding them in their proper context. [14] . or nuanced. determine. . sun .

[5] {2555} Jewel . . . . The sense feed . . [14] {2748} for thick. . [15] {2422} Grandchild . dish.low-grade sakéare: whisky bottle . . . detain. road. .lesson 61 | S-21 畿 遜 [遜] 1393a 1382a {2887} capital suburbs modest Two cocoons . courageous. . kinds of grains or Its primitives glue. made from various 酎 This kanji is used vegetables. . {2284} 湧 氾 瑠 1429a 1423a 1414a 1407a bubble up widespread marine blue hooch Water . . . oversee. [13] {2371} Flowers . . . . [18] {2797} 餌 Foodfor . field .[14] of the key word here is that of bait or . . . . . . fiesta. gone . [10] 蓋 藍 1477a 1455a 1452a {2388} lid indigo feed Flowers . ear. . [13] The older form has an extra opening stroke in the road.animals. fingerprint. [12] {2301} Water .

{2802} rice the Japanese pound into cakes.[11] {2788} immediate holed gem Earthworm . we many and widely of clasp. {2144} is 刹 The key word heretreethe.3. It is made up of the St. Its 餅 Mochi is the glutinous.noun meaning “a brief moment. . . which fits well with its select primitive elements: tenacious . [8] {2048} moment 1492a refers of 璃 This kanji jewel . . Its elements: . head. . the complex of elements to the right is introduced as a new primitive elements meaning sheik. villain . {2855} crystal 爽 頓 1500a 1494a 1493a bracing The sense of the key word is of something refreshing and invigorating. circular object of about a foot in length. . one hatthe . . . . hand. [18] 摯 Of thethe verbal meaningdifferent meanings ofinthis kanji. to. elbow. Bernard and a pair of sheaves on each side. top . [15] 1506a clasp . . ball. . mochi [餅] 1488a See the remark in the frame immediately above. . . . made of stone glass and having a large hole in the middle.S-22 | remembering the kanji 1 [餌] 1478a The element for food has two horizontal lines that are drawn at an angle in the simplified form. . Its elements: ketchup . sabre.seven classical stones of China. [14] In Vol. belt . puzzle. [14] primitives are: food . . [13] a 璧 The holed gem to which this kanji refers isor flat.” Its elements: sheaf . .

. cabbage. wish. . [16] {2214} House . chestnut. . 慄 闇 1620a 1609a shudder State of mind . refer to[11] tool but to the act of twisting. . bushes. . . . [13] {2777} pitch dark Gates . [13] {2116} 僅 [僅] Person . . . . celery . . . . [13] {2750} Whisky bottle . droop.lesson 61 | S-23 骸 塞 醒 蜂 1576a 1562a 1556a 1526a 1522a {2874} remains block up awakening bee trifle Skeleton . [17] . . . acorn. [11] 1590a {2251} does not the 捻 This kanji fingers . . . shellfish. [16] {2687} Insect . sound. . . star. {2165} 唾 1588a 1582a saliva covet wrench Mouth . animal legs . . . [12] The older form adds an extra horizontal stroke under the flowers at the top of the primitive element for cabbage. [11] 貪 Clock . . . soil. walking legs . Its elements: . . .

. . . which brings us to the end of the supplementary kanji. crotch. a quick look at their context in the earlier lesson should clear matters up. bundle. [14] {2577} lose weight envy scar obvious Sickness . . . . . monkey . . . pup tent. [13] Sickness . [17] . . . rapidly. . [13] {2578} Sickness . heavy. . piggy bank. [11] {2582} Eye . . silver. . Should doubts arise about the writing of any of the other kanji. marquis. . [14] {2467} tumor carbuncle Flesh . . [12] Spicy . [12] {2202} Woman . . There is only one case where the stroke order has been provided. 喉 辣 腫 瘍 痩 嫉 痕 瞭 1707a 1687a 1686a 1685b 1685a 1676a 1668a 1639a {2164} throat bitter Mouth .Lesson 62 With this lesson we introduce 27 characters.

. [12] {2319} Water . . [9] Mouth . . plaid . thisUsed classically tochiefly now inter character is used for its sound. . . speech. . . two . . . [8] {2702} Thanksgiving . ball.part of. [5] {2507} 柵 哺 1848a palisade suckle Tree . . indicate an 那 rogative. [15] {2344} Pack of wild dogs . mysterious. [10] {2960} Sword . . . . [17] {2884} Donburi is a bowl of rice with eel or meat on it. shelf. . city walls. uncommon. [11] . precious. The character is a pictograph. dog tag.lesson 62 | S-25 斑 潰 狙 戴 丼 1826a 1836a 1806a 1798a 1778a 1773a 1728a {2556} speckled defile aim at accept humbly donburi Ball . . perhaps designed by someone who felt that the portion of meat he was served with his bowl of rice looked to be no more than a tiny drop in a well. [7] {2675} interrogative 舷 1871a gunwale Boat . . . . tome.

. with which it combines to create the psychological condition of depression (a metaphor based on the hollow or sinking of the material depression we met in frame 1424). [16] {2583} 眉 The flag here has an extra vertical stroke in it. 鬱 Learning this character will key word distinct from melancholy it is a good idea to keep the gloom (frame 665). . moon . take a little doing. mask. . crown tied around leg of person.S-26 | remembering the kanji 1 枕 Tree . It is composed of a shovel with a sheaf dotted with small drops on all sides. . [8] 1889a 1892a {2133} 1888a {2472} pillow nifty noodles eyebrow 凄 Ice . Think of it as the large scoop shovel attached to the front of a bulldozer. [9] {2847} Mountain goat . wife. [9] 畏 遡 [遡] 1968a 1960a 1919a {2569} apprehensive go upstream Field . road. Before we start. . [13] The older form has an extra opening stroke in the road. . . . bulldozing . . whose driver is singing: M “Bulldozing in the sheaves. The picture of gloom begins with a small grove of trees. Next (the lower half of the kanji) we find a combination that appears only a few times in modern characters and only once in those treated in the volumes of Remembering the Kanji. hairpin. . [10] {2752} 麺 1896a Barley . . under which we see a crown made out of used tin cans. Think of it as an eyebrow pencil stuck in the eye. .

You feel overwhelmed by the impending doom as the invasion of agrobusiness draws closer and closer to the grove.lesson 62 | S-27 in the sheaves…” N The drops represent the chaff flying about as the sheaves are tossed about by the heavy machinery. . [15] {2839} 麓 Grove . team of horses. wearing your tin-can crown. but there are enough elements to allow for any number of other combinations. A bit much. [19] 羞 2040a Wool . the only patch of woods that remains of what was once a vast forest. human legs. concerning. [14] {2699} Eyeball . There is someone sitting on the ground alongside. deer. . [11] . The whole scene represents a re-shaping of the natural environment that brings the heavy weight of gloom down upon you. . white . perhaps. [19] {2733} Skunk . . . . . . sign of the cow. . watching as the machinery makes its way around the neighboring farmland—and it’s you. . . [29] 鰍 鰐 鰒 鰓 鰔 鰕 鰛 鰡 鰤 鰥 鰭 鰮 蹴 貌 罵 1999a 1988a 1971a 1969a {2742} kick countenance insult foot of a mountain humiliate Wooden leg .

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