The Radical: 壬


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Meaning
samurai with hat    壬

Explanation

Used in these Kanji:
JLPT 3Joyo 3
garden, (back-)yard
niwa, TEI
广
Building 广 and: court (The samurai with a hat [= the judge] moves to the court.)
The building of the court is in the garden.
JLPT 2Joyo 5
responsibility, entrust, duty
makaseru, NIN
Left: person /, right: burden (spindle on which a thread is wound up)
A person with such a burden has a great responsibilitiy.
JLPT 2Joyo 6
wages, fee, charge, fare
CHIN
Top: duty (... is for persons a burden ) [burden = spindle on which a thread is wound up], below: money
(For companies) Compulsory money is for: wages and fees.
JLPT 1Joyo 7
judicial court, government office
TEI
Left: movement , right: burden (But here: samurai with a hat [= judge])
The samurai (with a hat) is moving to the court.
JLPT 1Joyo 7
bark, rowboat
TEI
From left: boat , judicial court (The samurai with a hat [= judge] moves to the court.)
The boat, on which the judge moves, is a bark.
JLPT 1Joyo 7
pregnant
haramu, NIN
Left: woman , right: burden (samurai with hat , originally as a spindle on which a thread is wound up)
The woman (of the samurai) has the burden of pregnancy.
JLPT -Joyo 7
licentiousness, lewdness, dirty
midara, IN
Left: water , right: hand reaching down ; (Samurai with hat)
To (splash) water and grab the samurai's hat from above is licentiousness.

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