"Big"?How do you read "Tsubaki"?It happened in the recent political bureau [Brain training Kanji 10] | Sarai.jp | Shogakukan's magazine "Sarai" official website
Recently, with the spread of personal computers and smartphones, the opportunity to write characters has decreased.Because of the influence, is the "kanji that can be read but can't write if you try to write"?Sometimes you realize that your writing power has declined, even though you were able to write smoothly.
By reading and writing kanji while watching the video, you will be training your brain.Also, through this article, please help you to know the meaning of reading, writing, and kanji, and keeps the kanji ability high.
The other day, I received an e -mail from an acquaintance saying, "Tsubaki has happened at the political bureau."Well, I wondered how to read this "camellia".So I checked in detail.The 10th "Brain Training Kanji" will introduce "Tsubaki".
By "reading and writing" while watching videos of brain training kanji, try to deepen your knowledge of kanji while training your memory.
■ How do you read "Tsubaki"?
This idiom with the name of the wood, "Tsubaki", "Tsubaki".Do you know how to read?"Tsubaki" means "unexpected things" besides the meaning of a tree.
The correct answer is ... "Chinji".
In "Shogakukan Digital Daijisen", "1.An unusual event.2.An unexpected serious event.It is explained as important.It is also written as "rarity", but "camellia" is used, especially when expressing the meaning of (2).
So why did you come to write "Tsubaki"?Let me explain the origin.
■ What is the origin of “Tsubaki”?
It is a "rare event" that has been used for a long time, and it has been used as "camellia" since the modern era in Japan.
There are various theories about the origin, so let's introduce two of them.
The first is that misuse is derived.Originally, it should be written as "Touji", but it became "Tsubaki".By the way, the "樁" of "Touji" has a "day" part of the "day"."Touji" is used to count things.If you think so, it is persuasive.
The second is that "Tsubaki" is derived from the legendary long -lived large tree "Daichin" written in "Shoko".Otsu Tsubaki is a large tree where 8,000 years are spring, 8,000 years are autumn, and human 32,000 years are the year.It is rarely blooming, so it has come to refer to something unusual.
■ Kanji using other "camellia"
In addition to "camellia", there are many kanji using "Tsubaki".Here are the following.
・ Tsubakiju: Long life, living long.It is derived from "Dai Tsubaki" introduced earlier.
・ Tsubakiwa: My father.
・ Tsubakiya: Father and mother."Tsubaki" is a longevity tree, and "Wasure Gusa" is planted near a housewife's room, so it is compared to his mother.
How was it?Did this introduction of "Tsubaki" use a little helpful to expand your kanji knowledge?Recently, climate change, new life style, and "camellia" have occurred in various fields.Until now, it was described as an unexpected event, but if the number of "camellia" increased, it may not be possible to "unexpected".In that case, it is likely that preparing on a daily basis will be important.
Look forward to next week.
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