Japanese Kanji – False

When you look at a Japanese kanji, first comes to your mind is probably how complected it looks . But do you know that it has meanings. Today I show you one of Japanese Kanji. FALSE



What do you think of the meaning of FALSE? Let’s look at each kanji and its meaning. 人NIN means a person, 為(tame)means usually for sake of, however, the kanji originally came from two kanji, hand 手 and an elephant 象 which means that people make something fake to catch an elephant. Therefore the kanji 偽 nise means false. The origin of kanji, how the characters came to be, and meanings of kanji are quite interesting.

Hope you find it interesting and like it. Thank you for reading my blog.

About mkchatinjapanese

I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.
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