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Kanji Detail for 義 - "justice, righteousness, morality"

  • Meaning

    義 means "justice, righteousness, morality."

    1. Righteousness - Doing what is right as a person. Acting in accordance with moral principles.

    2. Meaning - Having a purpose or significance.

    3. Translation - Expressing the same idea in another language.

    4. Correct - Acting in accordance with the truth or facts.

    5. Good - Acting in a way that is beneficial or desirable.

    6. Appropriate - Suitable for a particular situation or purpose.

    7. Adoptive - Treating something as a family member even though there is no blood relation. For example

  • Onyomitip
  • Kunyomitip
  • Strokestip
  • Radicaltip

Sentences including

  • A few people came to the lecture.

  • It is up to us to help those people.

  • It's my duty to help you.

  • The long discussion came to an end at last.

  • I was bound to answer him.

  • He brought his speech to an end.

  • Don't you have a sense of justice?

  • I have to do right by him.

  • He is justice.

  • It's your duty to finish the job.

Sentences from Japanese classical masterpieces

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