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looks like but its NOT

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(Contributed by: Hizzle Nizzles of NDHS on 9/6/07)

You can NOT go up because the ceiling is there!

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(Contributed by: Meghann Mouratides of Highland High School, IN on 12/5/07)

The kanji (fu) is often often in the adjective ԰¤ (fuan)meaning uneasy or worried. Using that the kanji looks like a worried face, or a worried person, who's eyebrows have come together with worry.

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(Contributed by: 롼إ of Eastern Michigan University on 11/2/08)

The kanji (fu) is often used in the adjective ԰¤ (fuan) meaning uneasy or worried. Using that meaningthe kanji looks like a worried face, or a worried person, whose eyebrows have come together with worry.

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(Contributed by: 롼إ of Eastern Michigan University on 11/2/08)

Fu/Bu means not, non-, or un and you most often find it used as a prefix like "un" in English. The character modifies other expressions making them negative, and kind of looks like the negative gesture of giving a thumbs-down.

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(Contributed by: Ben Riemersma of Eastern Michigan University on 11/8/08)

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