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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 土 (do)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 土 (do)

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MEANING:

soil, earth, ground, Turkey

HOW TO READ:

On: do, to
Kun: tsuchi

WORDS:

土 (tsuchi): earth, soil, dirt
土地 (tochi): land, soil
全土 (zendo): the whole nation
冥土 (meido): the underworld
土人 (dojin): natives, aborigines
土手 (dote): embankment, bank
本土 (hondo): mainland
土産 (miyage): present, souvenir
領土 (ryoudo): territory, dominion
土木 (doboku): public works
土台 (dodai): foundation, basis
土星 (dosei): Saturn (planet)
土曜日 (doyoubi): Saturday
土気色 (tsuchikeiro): earth color, deathly pale


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EXAMPLE SENTENCES:

結婚式が土曜日に行われた。
kekkonshiki ga doyoubi ni okonawareta.
The wedding was held on Saturday.

この土地が母には合わないんです。
kono tochi ga haha ni wa awanain desu.
This place doesn’t suit my mother.

この事件は日本全土の人たちの話題となった。
kono jiken wa nihon zendo no hitotachi no wadai to natta.
This case was talked about by everyone in Japan.

彼は、マッチをひろって、きちんと土の中にうずめた。
kare wa, macchi o hirotte, kichinto tsuchi no naka ni uzumeta.
He picked up the match and buried it neatly in the soil.

大崎ははねあがった。彼の顔は、土気色だった。
oosaki wa haneagatta. kare no kao wa, tsuchikeiro datta.
Osaki sprang up. His face was deathly pale.

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