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Kanji related to Prefix-Suffix

We have grouped a small set of 11 JLPT N5 Japanese Kanji that are related to Prefix-Suffix

The table contains Kanji and its OnYomi, KunYomi and Meaning. OnYomi and KunYomi represents reading of a Kanji. In most of the cases, if a Kanji is used alone, then the KunYomi reading is used and if that Kanji is combined with another Kanji then OnYomi reading is used.

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List of JLPT N5 Kanji that are related to Prefix-Suffix

Kanji OnYomi KunYomi Meaning
HAN naka(ba) Half, Middle, Semi-
MAI Each, Every
JI toki Time, Hour
BUN, BU, FUN wa(keru), wa(kareru), wa(karu) Part, Minute, To Divide, To Understand
DAI, TAI ou(kii), oo(i) Big, A Lot
NYUU hai(ru), i(ru), i(reru) To Enter, To Insert
SHUTSU da(su), de(ru) To Leave, To Get Out. To Take Out
CHOU naga(i) Long, Leader
GO kata(ru), kata(rau) Word, To Talk
JIN, NIN hito Person
CHUU naka Inner, Center, Between

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