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Why does she say a letter "e" when wishing happy new year?
ikyo said:
Why does she say a letter "e" when wishing happy new year?
not "e", that is "巳".......chinese word
fairyren said:
not "e", that is "巳".......chinese word
啊!谢谢解答!我就是中国人居然都没意识到那是汉字!
ikyo said:
啊!谢谢解答!我就是中国人居然都没意识到那是汉字!
这书法水平也太……不知道是不是种追求可爱的写法,不过我没觉得这有多可爱
ikyo said:
啊!谢谢解答!我就是中国人居然都没意识到那是汉字!
看得的中文早知道不打英文lol....
不過這樣也不用解釋"巳"這個字了....
I'd guess it's a Japanese 漢字(Kanji) which derives from Chinese, considering the rest of the pic is in Japanese
nisnegativeone said:
I'd guess it's a Japanese 漢字(Kanji) which derives from Chinese, considering the rest of the pic is in Japanese
You are correct, it is a kanji for snake, though a fairly unused one. I imagine it was used for its snake-like shape, since hebi (蛇) doesn't look as snake like.
中国跟日本关系好着呢~