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
|半||HAN||naka(ba)||Half, Middle, Semi-|
|分||BUN, BU, FUN||wa(keru), wa(kareru), wa(karu)||Part, Minute, To Divide, To Understand|
|大||DAI, TAI||ou(kii), oo(i)||Big, A Lot|
|入||NYUU||hai(ru), i(ru), i(reru)||To Enter, To Insert|
|出||SHUTSU||da(su), de(ru)||To Leave, To Get Out. To Take Out|
|語||GO||kata(ru), kata(rau)||Word, To Talk|
|中||CHUU||naka||Inner, Center, Between|
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