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Saturday, September 3, 2011

" Person " Japanese calligraphy




  "" (ninn, or hito). It is translated as a person, man, human being, people, etc.
  This character is written by Kanzi, Regular script.


  Etymology : Pictogram
  It looks like this character stands a man.
  His hand supports the body.

  It is often used for the example talk of people helping each other.


  This meaning reminds me of the love of mother and child.
  I like states of parent and child whom is hand in hand.



  あひふれし  子の手とりたる  門火かな
    中村 汀女 (1900 - 1988)

  touch each other  take child's hand  ceremonial bonfire  
    Nakamura Teijo  (1900 - 1988)




ブログランキング・にほんブログ村へ
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7 comments:

  1. A Kanji really giving Honour and Pride to Human Being. Pictogram is, sometimes, a good revenge of picture on the alphabet.
    All good wishes!

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  2. "This meaning reminds me of the love of mother and child.
    I like states of parent and child whom is hand in hand".
    I like. Laura

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  3. Simplicity and strength. The Man supporting his body on his hand is gazing at the sky... what a beautiful and fragile linkage between the Earth and the Skys!

    The pictogram is so wide, so opened, yet so full of balance and steady...

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  4. It's seems so simple, but at the same time it has such a power!

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  5. Encore un nouveau, mais il y en a vraiment beaucoup !

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  6. Belo, afinal existe imagem ou palavras maias significativas que o amor de mae e pai? Lindo!

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