This kanji, "kon" means marriage. The left radical represents a woman in her wedding dress. The top right radical looks like the woman's veil and the lower right radical looks like the train of the woman's wedding dress.
(Contributed by: Matthew of Eastern Michigan University on 9/14/08)
£Á¡¡£÷£ï£í£á£î¡¡is trying to get her wedding dress out of a window on her wedding day.
(Contributed by: Courtney Eames of EMU on 9/29/08)
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(Contributed by: Gerald Okler of Eastern Michigan University on 10/1/08)
The Kanji ¡Èmarriage¡É definitely reminds me of marriage because it has the Kanji for woman and the sun. Women usually long for marriage from childhood and makes the decisions for a wedding. Also, the ¡Èsun¡É represents Sunday to me and in Christianity, people get married in a church on this day.
(Contributed by: India Carlisle of Eastern Michigan University on 10/11/08)