In the past, humans with four legs were enclosed in a cage and shown in a circus.
You lift the lid of the soup pan and see six boiling animal legs. Delicious!
With one fishhook, you can catch seven fish.
In the past, all animals used to have eight legs.
You're in a race, but in the ninth second, you already bend your car around a tree.
You bend towards the sun, and are covered in white light.
One white page can give birth to a hundred different stories.
You lost all your yen, because you held the box upside down an didn't properly attach the lid.
Enclosure and mouth are actually just two times the same kanji.
ヰ is an obsolete katakana character, previously used to represent the sound wi.
Now, the sound wi is represented by the digraph ウィ(Ui).
Though ヰ is not used as a katakana character anymore, it does appear as a component in multiple Kanji.
Every year, Wi buys a new gun.
Deeply under the soil, you've buried private matters of your past.
Your life depends on one cow, who gives you milk every day. Better take good care of it!
ヨ is identical to the Katakana character pronounced as yo.
When you were small, a line started appearing on your head and then two horns grew out. Doctors still don't understand.
Even though he is small, Yo's life is one big success.
|廴 component||long stride|
You suddenly realize your life basically just exists of a thousand and one burdens.
Court proceedings may feel like a burden, but they take long strides towards justice.
You're on a cliff, and look down on a court with a huge yard.
Sheep eat all weeds they can find on the soil.
Nihon-shiki romanizationwatasi ha tyuugoku kara kimasita
Hepburn romanizationwatashi wa chuugoku kara kimashita