The Radical: 垂


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hang down, drop    垂

Explanation A vehicle with a loose tire that almost drops off.

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JLPT 1Joyo 6
hang down, drop, suspend, drip, to slouch
tareru/rasu, SUI

A vehicle with a loose wheel that hangs down (and almost drops off.)
JLPT 2Joyo 6
mail, relay station

Left: hanging down/ to drop (Here: a vehicle on which three long letters protruding), right: village
The post delivery cart with the three long letters is in the village to distribute the mail.
JLPT 1Joyo 7
be sleepy, drowsy, sleep
nemuru, SUI
Left: eye , right: hanging down, to drop (A vehicle with a loose wheel almost dropping off.)
My eyes are already dropping, I am sleepy.
JLPT 1Joyo 8
plummet, weight in fishing net, spindle
tsumu, omori, SUI
Left: metal , right: to hang down, drop (A vehicle with a loose wheel almost dropping off)
Metal that is hanging down is a plummet.
JLPT -Joyo 7
saliva, spit
tsuba, DA
Left: mouth , right: hanging down, drop (A vehicle with a loose wheel, that almost drops off.)
From the mouth it is hanging (or dripping) down: the saliva.

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