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Kanji: 半 han Half


JLPT N5: 56 / 100 | 5 Strokes

On: ハン
Kun:

Meaning: half

The two top half lines were cut in half.

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Examples:
半ヶ月 han ka getsu – half a month
半月 han tsuki – a half moon
半島 han tou – peninsula [lit. half island]

Example Sentence:
やっと半分終わった。
yatto hanbun owatta.
Finally, I’m half-way finished.

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