Japanese Kanji Character and English

Think about the meaning of words between English and Japanese, can point out some words in Japanese, which can be clearly expressed in English or can find exact English words with same meanings. A Japanese word "Ai" is one of them. "Ai" has exactly the same meaning of the English word "Love".

"Ai" has the sound and the same meaning as the Chinese "Ai". Another example of a word that has almost exactly the same meaning between Japanese and English is "Sei", English means "sacred" or "spiritual. There are many Japanese English words you can express in a simple 1 or 2 words. You can get more information about how to learn Japanese kanji via https://www.kanshudo.com/howto/how_to_read_kanji.

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On the other hand, there are some words in Japanese, they cannot be clearly expressed in English. The Japanese language has the word "Gi". Returning to the Japanese dictionary English, which means in English were "Justice", "justice", "Meaning". None of them seems exactly the right meaning of "Gi".

It contains broad or universal meaning more natural or even spiritual. It is universally correct, and no one can deny it. Almost the will of God or faith to Him is included.

Another example is "Shi" or "Kokorozashi". Dictionary programs themselves some English words like "Ambition", "aspiration" or "dream". All are correct, but not enough to describe this Japanese word "Shi".

I have a broader most powerful strong sense, deeper into it. A Japanese interpreter will be able to explain in English to take 5-10 minutes, but would not be able to find 1 or 2 simple English word with the same meaning.

 

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