N2 Kanji Course

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N2 Kanji Course

Meaning:

In Japanese,跡 means “trace”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:あと
Onyomi:せき


How to write it:


Origin:

You can see a foot here.
You left the trace by your feet.
So 跡 means “trace”.

Note:
There is some difference between Chinese kanji and Japanese kanji, you should use Japanese kanji,which has a 足 on the left.

Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
InterあとtracksNoun
Inter遺跡いせきremainsNoun
Adv奇跡きせきmiracleNoun
Adv追跡ついせきtrackNoun & Verb
Adv足跡あしあとfootprintsNoun
Adv痕跡こんせきtraceNoun
Adv形跡けいせきtraceNoun
H_Adv軌跡きせきpathNoun
H_Adv傷跡きずあとscarNoun
H_Adv跡地あとちruinsNoun
H_Adv筆跡ひっせきhandwritingNoun
S_Adv焼け跡やけあとruins of a fireNoun
S_Adv史跡しせきhistoric siteNoun
S_Adv跡継ぎあとつぎsuccessorNoun
S_Adv跡形あとかたtraceNoun
S_Adv跡取りあととりsuccessorNoun
S_Adv城跡じょうせきcastle ruinsNoun
Others事跡じせきvestigeNoun
Others旧跡きゅうせきhistoric siteNoun
Others跡目あとめpropertyNoun
Others行跡ぎょうせきtraceNoun
Others航跡こうせきship trackNoun
Others古跡こせきhistoric spotNoun
Others真跡しんせきtrue autographNoun
Others戦跡せんせきbattle siteNoun
Others焦げ跡こげあとburn marksNoun
Others剃り跡そりあとshaving marksNoun
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