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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 傷 (shou)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 傷 (shou)

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MEANING:

wound, hurt, injure, impair, pain, injury, cut, gash, scar, weak point

HOW TO READ:

On: shou
Kun: kizu, ita.mu, ita.meru

JLPT LEVEL: N1

COMPOUNDS:

傷 (kizu): wound, injury, cut
傷み (itami): pain, ache, soreness
傷む (itamu): to hurt, to ache
損傷 (sonshou): damage, injury
傷口 (kizuguchi): (opening of) a wound
傷跡 (kizuato): scar, cicatrix
軽傷 (keishou): minor injury
負傷 (fushou): injury, wound
外傷 (gaishou): external wound
火傷 (yakedo): burn, scald
死傷 (shishou): casualties, injuries and deaths
無傷 (mukizu): unhurt, unwounded
傷害 (shougai): wound, injury, casualty
殺傷 (sasshou): casualties, bloodshed, killing and wounding
傷心 (shoushin): heartbreak, grief
感傷 (kanshou): sentiment, sentimentality
傷者 (shousha): wounded person, casualty
傷心 (shishou): stab, puncture wound
中傷 (chuushou): slander, defamation
重傷 (juushou): serious wound or injury
愁傷 (shuushou): grief, sorrow
傷つく (kizutsuku): to be wounded, to get injured
傷める (itameru): to damage, to spoil
死傷者 (shishousha): casualties, killed and wounded
致命傷 (chimeishou): fatal wound
傷つける (kizutsukeru): to wound, to injure
傷ましい (itamashii): pitiful, heartbreaking


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EXAMPLE SENTENCES:

無力な負傷者たちは手もなく彼女の魅力にはまった。
muryoku na fushoushatachi wa te mo naku kanojo no miryoku ni hamatta.
The helpless wounded succumbed to her charms without a struggle.

確かに、この剣です。どの傷にも符合しましょう。
tashika ni, kono ken desu. dono kizu ni mo fugou shimashou.
It is the weapon all right. It would account for any of the wounds.

私は警官にもSASにも死傷者はなかったと聞いて、非常にほっとした。
watashi wa keikan ni mo esueiesu ni mo shishousha wa nakatta to kiite, hijou ni hotto shita.
I breathed a sigh of relief when I learned that there were no police or SAS casualties.

ほぼ無傷で残った唯一の都市は、かつて皇室の都だった京都のみだ。
hobo mukizu de nokotta yuiitsu no toshi wa, katsute koushitsu no miyako datta kyouto nomi da.
Practically the only city to survive intact was Kyoto, the former imperial capital.

彼はいくつかの病院で治療をうけることになった。火傷は重症だったのだ。
kare wa ikutsu ka no byouin de chiryou o ukeru koto ni natta. yakedo wa juushou datta no da.
He was immediately sent to a series of hospitals. His burns were serious indeed.

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