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This kanji is a picture of a piece of fish meat.
- 肉体 (にくたい) The body, The flesh
- 牛肉 (ぎゅうにく) Beef
In its Traditional Chinese form, this character consists of the kanji for "enter/insert" (入) and a "box" radical. Together they represent the meaning of something inserted into a box, so that it is "inside" the box. In its Simplified Chinese form (from which this kanji comes), the 入 is replaced with the kanji for "person" (人).
- 内心 (ないしん) Innermost thoughts, Real intention, Inmost heart
- 町内 (ちょうない) Neighbourhood
Door, Counter for houses
This kanji is a picture of a japanese-style sliding door. The horizontal line at the top represents the direction of the slide. The lower part of the kanji represents the door itself, consisting of a fixed part (represented by a slightly curved vertical line) and a slidable part (represented by a box-like shape).
Part, Minute (time), Understand
This kanjl is a picture of something being split into parts by a knife/sword (刀). The mnemonic for this kanji might sound similar to that of 半 (half). The difference is that 半 emphasizes on the result of the split (i.e two (二) parts, each of which is half the original size), while 分 emphasizes on the splitting process itself, showing the tool being used.
- 十分 (じゅうぶん) Plenty, Enough
- 不十分 (ふじゅうぶん) Insufficient; Tidak cukup
- 気分 (きぶん) Feeling, Mood
- 大分 (だいぶ) Considerably, Greatly, A lot
- 水分 (すいぶん) Moisture
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- 大切 (たいせつ) Important, Valuable
- 一切 (いっさい) All, Everything, Without exception
- 切手 (きって) Stamp (postage)