N3 Kanji Course

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N3 Kanji Course

Meaning:

In Japanese,脈 means “pulse”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:Not often used
Onyomi:みゃく


How to write it:


Origin:

It’s hard to remember this kanji by its origin because it changed too much.
So I will use another kanji (meaning: group) to help you.
You can see a river here. It’s because the blood is just like river.
So 脈 means “pulse”.

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Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
Adv文脈ぶんみゃくcontextNoun
Adv山脈さんみゃくmountainsNoun
AdvみゃくpulseNoun
Adv人脈じんみゃくnetworkNoun
H_Adv動脈どうみゃくarteryNoun
H_Adv脈絡みゃくらくcontextNoun
S_Adv脈拍みゃくはくpulseNoun
S_Adv静脈じょうみゃくveinNoun
S_Adv脈々みゃくみゃくcontinuousna-Adj
Others脈打つみゃくうつto pulsateVerb
Others鉱脈こうみゃくveinNoun
Others葉脈ようみゃくleaf veinNoun
Others脈圧みゃくあつpulse pressureNoun
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