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N2 Kanji Course

Meaning:

In Japanese,乾 means “dry”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:かわ
Onyomi:かん


How to write it:


Origin:

You can see the sun and a dry snake.
So 乾 means “dry”.



Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
Basic乾くかわくto dryVerb
Inter乾燥かんそうdryNoun & Verb
Adv乾杯かんぱいcheersNoun & Verb
H_Adv乾かすかわかすto dry offVerb
Others乾物かんぶつdry foodsNoun
Others乾期かんきdry seasonNoun
Others乾板かんぱんplateNoun
Others乾麺かんめんdried noodlesNoun
Others乾性かんせいdrynessNoun
Others乾布かんぷdry clothNoun
Others生乾きなまがわきhalf‐driedNoun
Others乾式かんしきdry processNoun
Others乾湿かんしつdegree of humidityNoun
Others乾田かんでんdry paddy fieldNoun
Others乾漆かんしつdried lacquerNoun
Others乾魚かんぎょdried fishNoun
Others乾留かんりゅうdry distillationNoun & Verb
Others乾拭きからぶきrub with a dry clothNoun & Verb
Others乾熱いぬいねつdry-heatNoun
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