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To remember how to write the the kanji of , the radical is the so just think that the right character of the radical have the katakana on top of the number 1 (), and then on the bottom, there's the water kanji which in the midori kanji means oil and iron being crushed together to make silver. When it stays out too long, the color silver turn into green. The radical come into place as the a boy holding onto a needle on the right if you turn the kanji left; the needle have a string coming off of it with some oil dripping off because it is holding the silver out.

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(Contributed by: Bao on 12/14/06)

To remember how to write the the kanji of , the radical is the so just think that the right character of the radical have the katakana on top of the number 1 (), and then on the bottom, there's the water kanji which in the midori kanji means oil and iron being crushed together to make silver. When it stays out too long, the color silver turn into green. The radical come into place as the a boy holding onto a needle on his left if you turn the kanji to your left; the needle have a string coming off of it with some oil dripping off because it is holding the silver out.

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(Contributed by: Bao on 12/14/06)

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