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Kanji: 水 mizu water

Squeeze a river (川) and you get water.
JLPT N5: 24 / 100 | 4 Strokes

On: スイ
Kun: みず

Meaning: water

This kanji as a radical often looks like

氵 and is found with kanji dealing with water.

Stroke Order:

Examples:
大水 oo mizu – flood [lit. big water]
水着 mizu gi – swimsuit, bathing suit
水曜日 sui you bi – Wednesday

Example Sentence:
水着を持っていますか?
mizugi wo motteimasu ka?
Do you have your swimming trunks?


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