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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 火 (ka)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 火 (ka)

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MEANING:

fire

HOW TO READ:

On: ka
Kun: hi, -bi, ho-

WORDS:

火 (hi): fire, flame, blaze
花火 (hanabi): fireworks
火傷 (yakedo): burn, scald
火薬 (kayaku): gun powder
火器 (kaki): firearms, guns
消火 (shouka): fire fighting
火星 (kasei): Mars (planet)
噴火 (funka): eruption
火葬 (kasou): cremation
火山 (kazan): volcano
火口 (kakou): crater
火花 (hibana): spark
発火 (hakka): ignition, firing
火元 (himoto): origin of a fire
火事 (kaji): fire, conflagration
防火 (bouka): fire prevention
出火 (shukka): outbreak of fire
火勢 (kasei): force of flames
火力 (karyoku): heating power
放火 (houka): arson, setting fire
火災 (kasai): fire, conflagration
火遊び (hiasobi): playing with fire
火照る (hoteru): to flush, to burn
火曜日 (kayoubi): Tuesday


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EXAMPLE SENTENCES:

煖炉の火が僕をてらしていた。
danro no hi ga boku o terashite ita.
The fire on the hearth lighted me up.

毎週の火曜日に空手をします。
maishuu no kayoubi ni karate o shimasu.
I practice Karate every Tuesday.

今、花火に混じって妙な音がしなかったか?
ima, hanabi ni majitte myou na oto ga shinakatta ka.
Did you hear a strange sound other than the firework just now?

部屋のドアをあけたとたんに、さては火事かと思った。
heya no doa o aketa totan ni, sate wa kaji ka to omotta.
My first impression as I opened the door was that a fire had broken out.

僕は全身にひどい火傷と打撲を負って倒れてるのを近所の人が見つけてくれたそうです。
boku wa zenshin ni hidoi yakedo to daboku o otte taoreteru no o kinjo no hito ga mitsukete kureta sou desu.
A local found me collapsed with severe burns and bruises all over my body.

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