The Radical: 行

to go    行

Explanation Radikal gyougamae, often also used in the half shape: gyounin.

Used in these Kanji:
JLPT 5Joyo 2
to go, come, conduct
iku, yuku, okonau, KŌ, GYŌ, AN

Twice the radical for going means "to go".
JLPT 1Joyo 5
guard, protection, defend
Outside: to go , inside: averted from the center (var. of 5 , center , 5 (upside down)= twice five averted from center
Walking fivefold around the center: the guard.
JLPT 2Joyo 5
art, technique, means
sube, JUTSU
Outside: to go , in the middle: 术 (tree with a mark )
Going around the marked tree requires an artful technique.
JLPT 3Joyo 4
district, area, road
machi, GAI, KAI
Outside: to go , center: piled soil (= 2x earth )
I am walking on elevated earth: The road in my district.
JLPT 1Joyo 7
balance, scales, equilibrium

Outside: to go , middle: var. of fish , big (Here: See as a scale with two communicating plates ,亍 going up/down)
Put the big fish on the shown: scales.
JLPT 1Joyo 7
collide, point of connection, clash
Outside: go (here: pedestrians), center: heavy (vehicle with double wheels)
When the heavy (vehicle) runs into the pedestrians, it colliding in a clash.
JLPT -Joyo 7
(cross-)beam, spar, place, digit (math.)
Left: tree , right: go/walk
A tree you can walk on is a (cross-)beam.

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