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Meaning

In Japanese, 土 means “soil”.

How to read it:

Kunyomi:つち
Onyomi:ど、と

How to write it:

How to use it:

Kunyomi:
土(つち)に埋(う)める→bury in the soil
 
Onyomi:
土(ど)よう日(び)→Saturday
土地(とち)→land

Origin:

You can see a clay on the land, so it stands for “soil”.

Development:

As you know the origin of this kanji,now you can remember it easier.
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  1. 私の土地に行きたいです。
    あの土地に生まれた。I was Born in that land
    ジルはあの土地に生まれないわ
    レジナとジルは同じ土地に生まれました。Both Regina and Jill were Born in the same land.
    あの土地は綺麗とかしら?I wonder if that land is beautiful?

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