Kanji: 午 go Noon




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Be careful to not confuse this one with 牛 ushi (cow)
JLPT N5: 32 / 100 | 4 Strokes

On: ゴ
Kun:

Meaning: noon

This also looks like the previous kanji, year 年.

Stroke Order:

Examples:
午後 go go – afternoon (PM)
午前 go zen – morning (AM)
午後二時 go go ni ji – 2 O’clock in the afternoon

Example Sentence:
午前のコーヒー
gozen no ko-hi-
Morning coffee

 


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