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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 衣 (i)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 衣 (i)

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MEANING:

garment, clothes, dressing

HOW TO READ:

On: i, e
Kun: koromo, kinu, -gi

WORDS:

衣 (koromo): clothes, garment
衣服 (ifuku): clothes
衣料 (iryou): clothing
上衣 (uwagi): coat, jacket
衣類 (irui): clothes, clothing
白衣 (hakui): white robe
着衣 (chakui): one’s clothes
浴衣 (yukata): yukata
脱衣 (datsui): undressing
衣架 (ika): clothes rack
肌衣 (hadagi): underwear, lingerie
衣装 (ishou): clothing, costume
寝衣 (nemaki): sleep-wear, night clothes
衣替え (koromogae): change of clothing
作業衣 (sagyoui): work clothes
衣食住 (ishokujuu): necessities of life


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EXAMPLE SENTENCES:

壁にいくつも衣類がかけてある。
kabe ni ikutsu mo irui ga kakete aru.
There are some clothes hanging on the wall.

井上は寝衣の上からガウンを羽織っている。
inoue wa nemaki no ue kara gaun o haotte iru.
Inoue is wearing his dressing-gown over his night clothes.

もともと彼女は衣服に気を使うので有名なのだ。
motomoto kanojo wa ifuku ni ki o tsukau no de yuumei na no da.
She’s famous for her meticulous care in dress.

少年は僕の作業衣の襟をつかんで僕をゆすった。
shounen wa boku no sagyoui no eri o tsukande boku o yusutta.
The boy grasped me by the collar of my work clothes and shook me.

彼は上衣のポケットをさぐって一通の封書を取り出した。
kare wa uwagi no poketto o sagutte ittsuu no fuusho o toridashita.
He drew an envelope from the inside of his coat.

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