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音読み (おんよみ): ケツ

訓読み (くんよみ): むす・ぶ、ゆ・う、ゆ・わえる

部首 (ぶしゅ): 糸(いとへん

Meaning: tie, bind, join, fasten



result, effect


engagement gift


freezing up, congelation, freeze<– “To tie up” + “ice”.  I get the vibe that this is a very scientific word.  But guess what?  The Kirin company borrowed the word and made this:

“氷結 ICE VODKA” from Flickr member k14.  (Click image to enlarge.  Original image is here.)



Kanji originally posted 2009.09.29 9:32

Part or all of English definition is from  KANJIDIC — property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, used in conformance with the Group’s licenceDonate to the WWWJDIC project. Stroke order diagrams licensed from Kanji Cafe.

Written by bunkalearner

2010/04/29 at 8:12 am

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