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Kanji:足 leg; foot; to be enough


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JLPT N5: 91 / 100 | 7 Strokes


On: ソク

Kun: あし; た・りる

Meaning: leg; foot; to be enough

 

Stroke Order:

Examples:
両足 ryou ashi—both legs (both feet)

右足 migi ashi—right foot; right leg

満足 man zoku—satisfaction

Example Sentence:

足が棒になった。

ashi ga bou ni natta.

My legs are tired.
[lit. legs have become a stick.]

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