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The kanji Ũ ʤƤ is frequently used as a suffix, and its implication is being on target. For our purposes, it is the second kanji in Ūʤ⤯Ƥ).

I look at Ū as a camera, with the flap on the right side of the kanji being the button to take the picture, the part beneath it as the film, and the right side as the viewfinder with its target in the center.

(Contributed by: William Carroll of Wesleyan University on 2/8/07)

Ū

If the sun were ATTACHED TO the moon it would be even brighter.

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(Contributed by: H to the U to the N to the T, that's me of glar glar notre dame glar on 11/12/07)

Ū

a target with an arrow and a bow

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(Contributed by: Jeff Novak of Eastern Michigan University on 10/13/08)

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An archer strings his bow to hit his target.

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(Contributed by: Courtney Eames of EMU on 10/20/08)

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It resembles a hand on the left next to a bow on the right.

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(Contributed by: 饤󡥥顼 of Eastern Michigan University on 10/27/08)

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