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JI mimi (ear)

Character Etymology:

A stylzied derivative of a pictograph of a human ear.

ASCII Art Representation:

 
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A Listing of All On-Yomi and Kun-Yomi Readings:

on-yomi: JI
kun-yomi: mimi

Nanori Readings:

Nanori: gami

English Definitions:

  1. JI: ear.
  2. mimi: edge, border; loop; selvage; bread crusts.

Unicode Encoded Version:

Unicode Encoded Compound Examples:

耳朶 (mimitabu): earlobe.
耳飾り (mimikazari): earring.

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