N3 Kanji Course

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N3 Kanji Course

Meaning

In Japanese,候 means “to wait”.

How to read it:

Kunyomi:そうろう
Onyomi:こう

How to write it:

How to use it:

Kunyomi:
居候(いそうろう)→freeloader
 
Onyomi:
候補(こうほ)→candidate

Origin:

The original meaning of 候 is “target”, so you can remember this kanji by “after I shoot something, I need to wait for the arrow to shoot it.”
 
Note: There is some difference between Chinese kanji and Japanese kanji, you should use Japanese kanji.(Which has a | in the middle.)

Development:

As you know the origin of this kanji,now you can remember it easier.
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