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Meaning:

In Japanese,糸 means “thread”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:いと
Onyomi:し


How to write it:


Origin:

You can see the thread.
So 糸 means “thread”.

Note:
There is some difference between Chinese kanji and Japanese kanji.
You should use Japanese kanji.(No line on the top)

Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
BasicいとthreadNoun
Adv糸口いとぐちclueNoun
H_Adv毛糸けいとyarnNoun
Others生糸きいとraw silkNoun
Others釣り糸つりいとfishing lineNoun
Others抜糸ばっしtake out the stitchesNoun & Verb
Others絹糸きぬいとsilk threadNoun
Others糸巻きいとまきspoolNoun
Others綿糸めんしcotton threadNoun
Others凧糸たこいとtwine for a kiteNoun
Others糸くずいとくずlintNoun
Others金糸きんしgold threadNoun
Others銀糸ぎんしsilver threadNoun
Others麻糸あさいとhemp threadNoun
Others糸玉いとだまthread ballNoun
Others糸鋸いとのこfret sawNoun
Others糸切りいときりthread cutterNoun
Others縫い糸ぬいいとthreadNoun
Others糸通しいととおしthreaderNoun
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