The Radical: 去


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leave, go away    去

Explanation When the nose is below the earth , it has gone away - it is finished.

Used in these Kanji:
JLPT 4Joyo 3
leave, go away, quit, finish
saru, KYO, KO
Top: earth , bottom: a nose (in side view)
When the nose is below the earth, it has gone away - it is finished.
JLPT 3Joyo 4
law, rule, regulation
HŌ, HATSU
Left: water , right: go away/leave (Below the earth is the nose , that has left.)
The water shall be left! That's the law!
JLPT 1Joyo 7
on the contrary, refuse, instead, reject
kaette, KYAKU
Left: to leave (Below the earth is the nose , that left.), right: bowing person
Leave in a bowed position or on the contrary you will be refused.
JLPT 1Joyo 7
leg, foot
ashi, KYAKU, KYA
Left: body part /, right: instead, to drive away (= to leave and bent person )
This body part is used for 'leaving' and can be bent: the leg (foot).
JLPT -Joyo 7
cover, lid, cap
futa, GAI
From top: grass/plant , leave (Below the earth is the nose , that left), plate
The grass must leave the plate and then cover it with a lid/cap.

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