Kanji: 後 ushiro Behind

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When you are "behind" you are "after" something or someone
JLPT N5: 34 / 100 | 9 Strokes

On: ゴ; コウ
Kun: うし・ろ; のち

Meaning: behind; after


Stroke Order:

最後 sai go – the last, the end, conclusion
後ろ ushiro – behind
後書き ato gaki – postscript, afterword [lit. after the writing]

Example Sentence:
ushiro o mite.
Look behind (you).


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