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Meaning:

In Japanese,汗 means “sweat”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:あせ
Onyomi:かん


How to write it:


Origin:

汗=氵+干
氵 means “river”, 干 means “dry”.

So it means that “people sweat because it’s so hot that even the river is dry.”


Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
InterあせsweatNoun
H_Adv冷や汗ひやあせcold sweatNoun
Others脂汗あぶらあせgreasy sweatNoun
Others汗水あせみずsweatNoun
Others発汗はっかんperspirationNoun & Verb
Others汗っかきあせっかきsweatyNoun & na-Adj
Others汗だくあせだくsweatyNoun
Others汗だくあせだくsweatyNoun
Others汗臭いあせくさいsmell of sweati-Adj
Others汗疹あせもprickly heatNoun
Others汗腺かんせんsweat glandNoun
Others一汗かくひとあせかくwork up a sweatVerb
Others寝汗ねあせnight sweatNoun
Others汗止めあせどめantiperspirantNoun
Others汗疱かんぽうdyshidrosisNoun
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