Hello, I’m Jack. Today I would like to introduce you to “指甲”.
I’m curious if the “指” and the turtle’s “甲羅” are attached.
What is “指甲”？
Mandarin and Japanese kanji are used with the same meaning in commands, designations, instructions, and instructions. “Then, do you know the “指甲”?”
“指甲” (Zhǐ jiǎ) means nail. It will be a manicure with “修指甲”. “爪” (Zhǎo) is often used for the legs of birds and animals that have claws.
“甲” Jiǎ ①Kinoe order or rank first, ② occupy first place, ③ surname, ④shell, ⑤claw, ⑥armor, helmet, ⑦metal defensive equipmentResource：相原茂「中日辞典」講談社
“甲” reading: Kou ①Kinoe, the first of Jikkan, ②The ranking according to grades in the imperial examination, ③Kabuto, ④It is hard to wrap the body of turtles, shrimps, crabs, insects, etc., shellsResource：藤堂 明保、松本 昭、竹田 晃、加納 喜光 (編集)「漢字源」学研
・”指甲” means nail
・Mandarin “爪” refer to the “脚” of animals and birds, not people.
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