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Kanji 41: 毎

Meaning:

In Japanese, 毎 means “every”.


How to read it:

KunyomiNot often used
Onyomiまい

How to write it:


Origin:

You can see a woman wearing hairpin.
So you can remember it as “This lady is wearing hairpin every day”.

Note:
Please take care the difference.
Chinese kanji: 每
Japanese kanji: 毎

Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaning
Basic毎日まいにちevery day
Basic毎年まいとしevery year
Basic毎月まいつきevery month
Basic毎晩まいばんevery night
Basic毎朝まいあさevery morning
Basic毎週まいしゅうevery week
Adv毎回まいかいevery time
H_Adv毎度まいどevery time

Patron-only:

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7 thoughts on “Kanji 41: 毎

  1. Hi! My teachers at university used to prenounce毎月 as まいつき instead of まいげつ。Is there any nuance in meaning?

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      Both are right, but まいつき is more often used, so I changed it to まいつき

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  2. very interesting history, i am loving this website very much! 😀
    Ty!

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      Glad to hear that😊😊

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  3. Why does google translate “every 3 days” as さんびごと (i think) and not みっかごと?which is often used?

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      さんび is never used.

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  4. I see, thank you!

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