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Mnemonics for Kanji not in Heisig's RTK1 or RTK3 by "thecite"
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No.KanjiKey wordStory/ImageReadings from KanjiDic
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1apply [old]The wild geese apply their knowledge and withdraw from the cliffs into the caves, where their little hearts won’t get a shock from predators.オウ、ヨウ、あた.る、まさに、こた.える、
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2before longIf somebody applies their self, before long they’ll achieve their goal.やがて、
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3at this rateThe person has accidentally snapped their brush, and at this rate will not be able to complete the firing of their dish.ジン、まま、ことごとく、
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4nightmareAt the bottom of a cliff, the sun blares down on the flesh of a dead Chihuahua; its ghost haunts the area.エン、ヨウ、うな.される、
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5roseThe number of times the assembly line workers have dropped their work and toiled over the soil to produce the beloved flowers in season, is uncountable.バ、ショウ、ショク、ソウ、みずたで、
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6royal fernThe royal fern can often be found growing in the ground in patches on nature treks etcetera.ラ、ビ、ぜんまい、
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7try hardIn order to try hard each and every time, you need to have a very determined state of mind.カク、つつし.む、
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8cage [old]A bamboo cage can’t even hold an old, aging dragon.ロウ、ル、かご、こ.める、こも.る、こ.む、Name Readings: ごめ、もり、
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9trapEyes watch over the person as they wait for them to walk straight into the trap they’ve set.ビン、ミン、わな、あみ、
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10dustyYou wipe the dirt off the surface with your elbow, throwing dust everywhere. It stings like darts (in your wounds).アイ、ほこり、ちり、
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11swollen spleenFlesh that is lowly and beaten up is a lowly, swollen spleen.ヒ、
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12entrails [old]Even in the old days, your organs etc would be placed in a storehouse.ゾウ、はらわた、
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13kidnapperThe kidnapper wraps his fingers around the vase and then smashes it on the kid’s head. They carry him away. He’s been kidnapped. ラツ、ラ、ロウ、らっ.する、ひし.ぐ、くだ.く、
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14MoisMr.T won’t take any crap from his agricultural workers, “If you go’n complain, leave it all up to mois, fool!”ドウ、ノウ、わし、かれ、
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15KushiroThere’s a river of gold in Kushiro.セン、くしろ、うでわ、Name Readings: くし、
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16glitteringThe disturbed emperor stares straight into the glittering fire.コウ、きらめ.く、きら.めく、かが.やく、
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17primitive (top half): salt shaker (rock salt +spoon)チョウ、かおりぐさ、
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18sulkyThe kid in the restaurant is sulky when the salt shaker and can of coke spills all over his paper (wooden) birthday crown, creating a massively shaped sticky puddle all over the floor.ウツ、うっ.する、ふさ.ぐ、しげ.る、
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19Towering mountainsYou are being held over the edge of huge, towering mountains by two burley men, you beg for your life.キツ、そばだ.つ、
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20EmissionWater that spreads over a generation will emit into the atmosphere and rain back down many times.セツ、エイ、も.れる、
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21pantingWhen the dog has finally made it up to the top of the edge of the mountain, he’ll most likely be panting from his mouth in exhaustion.ゼン、セン、あえ.ぐ、せき、
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22gushSomeone utilises chop-seals to make a sort of wall to stop the gushing water.ユウ、ヨウ、ユ、わ.く、
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23profound A captured guy undergoes a profound change of mind; he starts making dishes by threading together flowers in the (prison) yard, and sells them to give the money to charity. Even the bad can do something nice.ウン、つ.む、
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24profoundlyThe captured guy starts washing dishes instead. Profoundly changing his bad guy image.ウン、オン、たくわ.える、つ.む、
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25quack [old]The old quack forced his housewife to pick flowers all day in the back yard for his florist shop.ソウ、やぶ、
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26graniteIt is a well known fact that mount everest is nothing more than a mountain of granite.コウ、おか、
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27syphilisThe sickness that spreads when people are shoved into godowns (slavery), is syphilis.ソウ、ショウ、かさ、
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28lymphomaThe piggy bank is suddenly struck down with lymphoma; lumps start appearing all over and inside its body. ヨウ、かさ、
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29manic depressionWhen the old man with the wooden leg is told he has to drag all the goods to the top of the tree, he spirals into manic depression.ソウ、さわ.ぐ、
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30temple visitOn a temple visit, instead of drinking his cold ice tea, the tourist stops and indulges in some clams for lunch.サイ、
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31ostrichThe horse tries to barge into the house to get at the ostrich that’s sitting on the ground laughing at it inside.ダ、タ、せむし、
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32murmurA mouth speaking mysterious words is one that murmurs.ゲン、つぶや.く、
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33scowlRepeatedly scowling at everything you here is a sign of the lowly.ヒン、ひそ.める、しか.める、
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34bruisingUnder the cliff the bruised, black flesh of a dead Chihuahua rots under the sun.アン、エン、ほくろ、
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35bruiseThe sickness that comes from those with bad intentions, is bruising.シ、あざ、ほくろ、
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36farewell giftThe king throws two parades before he leaves. He presents a farewell gift of a ravish food feast at each.セン、はなむけ、
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37take into custodyThe policeman fits the criminal into his hand and drags him into custody.ダ、ナ、つか.む、ひ.く、
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38bestow [old]After winning on the spinning wheel of fortune, the lucky kid is bestowed with a walking stick and slingshot.ヨ、あた.える、あずか.る、くみ.する、ともに、
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39big islandIf an island is bestowed with a big mountain, the entire island will generally be deemed a 'big island'.ショ、しま、
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40diaperThere’s no stronger cloak than a diaper.キョウ、むつき、
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41nappyA cloak to protect the baby from embarrassment.ホ、ホウ、むつき、
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42lickingThe man says his more than odd family name, which consist entirely of licking sounds.シ、ねぶ.る、な.める、
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43crucifixionSpectators throws stones at the shade-wearing man being crucified on the wooden cross.タク、チャク、さ.く、はりつけ、ひらく、
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44nurseThe nurse staples dog tags to the patients’ mouths.ホ、はぐく.む、ふく.む、
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45bring aboutWearing a top-hat, a shirt with a ‘Y’ on it (his family name), holding a dagger in his hand, the young punk brings about a trouble as he walks through the front fence posts, going to steal some money.セイ、サイ、シ、もた.らす、
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46tastesThe elderly man likes to shove food in his mouth and experience some different tastes before he hits the grave.シ、たしな.む、たしな.み、この.む、この.み、
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47nurtureA man so in love with his bins that he washes them every day and nurtures them.カン、ひた.す、
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48CarotidOne crafty patrol grabs a man by the head and smashes his carotid with a metal sewer pipe.ケイ、くび、
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49tweetThe bird opens its mouth and tweets furiously at the car driving through the ten rice fields. The man slams his elbow on the horn and glues it there.テン、さえず.る、
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50beakThe bird stops and sits down on an angled branch, opens its beaky mouth and grooms itself.シ、くちばし、はし、
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51samurai top knotIn the old times, hair used to be tied in the shape of a samurai top knot、for good luck.ケイ、キツ、たぶさ、みずら、もとどり、
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52thigh [old]The flesh that gets injured from walking on tough, silver roads in the old days is your thigh.タイ、もも、
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53thigh boneA lowly skeleton is a thigh bone.ヒ、ヘイ、もも、
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54kusanagiKusanagi from SMAP uses a bow for pruning on Ninkyo Helper.
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55hutThe tigers kept in the field surround the hut to get their dish of food.ロ、
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56overflowingWater that goes and goes will be overflowing anything.エン、あまり、しく、はびこ.る、
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57push swingWith the nice weather in autumn, many kids sit on that leather seat and have a push swing.シュウ、ふらん.に、しりがい、
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58swingsSwings have undergone a transition from being crappy leather straps to sturdy plastic seats.セン、
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59dressThe cloak that your wife wears is a dress.つま、
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60amazementThe state of mind when your chin falls off.ガク、おどろ.く、
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61crawlingOffspring bound up in diapers crawling around.ホ、は.う、
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62creepingThieves creeping up to still the wealth man’s bundle of treasures.ホク、フク、
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63misunderstoodWords taken like tusks into the heart have been misunderstood.ガ、ゲ、いぶか.る、
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64nod approvalA nod of approval includes a movement of the head.ガン、カン、うなず.く、あご、
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65ragingA raging flame emerges from the Kazoo, killing the spectators.シ、おこ.る、おこ.す、さかん、
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66debatingThe weak debater points a soft finger at the opposition and gives soft, weak insults.ジュウ、も.む、も.める、
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67riot [old]The invaders unleash their vultures and even chuck chop seals at the glass case that the defenders hold up with their elbows and crotches leaning against the glass. The riot prevails when the defenders come out and start hooking the invaders.ラン、ロン、みだ.れる、みだ.る、みだ.す、みだ.れ、おさ.める、わた.る、
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68categoryA rice field perfectly fits the category of longevity. They’ve been around for ages.チュウ、うね、たぐい、ひと.しい、
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69old eelThe mouth and sun shaped shell of an old eel is split down the middle.ボウ、ビン、ベン、ミン、メン、あおが.える、つと.める、
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70lizardThe lizard chops the insects head off with its mouth and sucks its juices out.シャク、セキ、とかげ、
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71skinkA skink can catch insects very easily.. .and eat them.エキ、
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72reptileReptiles are much hunted; their claws are wantedfor making valuable mosaics.ハ、か.く、
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73bloody deathA man has a shredder shoved on top of his head. Needless to say, he dies a bloody death.ヘイ、たお.れる、たお.す、
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74perfectionThe tomatoes the size of balls were perfection for creating ketchup.ヘキ、たま、
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75slightlyThe ears of the hare are slightly bent. Just slightly.リョウ、いささか、
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76irritableThe sickness when you’re flesh is rearing the gate, ready to smash someone, is irritableness. カン、ひきつけ、
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77spasmThe sickness that takes a large volume of energy is spasm.しゃく、
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78galeUse your imagination.キ、きにょう、T2つくえ、
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79right side of characterIf you stand on top of your crown holding your compass, you’re likely to miss the right side of a character, (on your crown), covered by your feet.ボウ、ホウ、つくり、かたがた、かたわら、
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80expansiveThe dead flowers hanging over the river fall off, floating away in the vast expanse of rushing water.ボウ、とお.い、
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81tanned leatherThe locket came with a tanned leather strap to be worn around the neck.イ、そむ.く、T2なめしがわ、
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82escalate upwardsWhen escalating upwards too quickly, your ears become blocked and seem almost as if they’re no longer there. (not accompanying you)ショウ、そび.える、
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83mistThe light mist washes in like rain, freezing the muchacho to death and muffling his pitiful words.アイ、もや、
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84all of a suddenThe turkey’s out in the field when all of a sudden it starts raining, he’s struck by lightning.カク、にわか、Name Readings: つる、
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85singsongThe mouth that ate the box of goods cracks out in singsong out of satisfaction.オウ、ウ、うた.う、
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86have diarrhoeaStuck in your house as the lagoon flows out of you.シャ、くだ.す、は.く、Name Readings: だか、
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87respectable old manThe respectable old man still cooked his own food with his mortar and walking stick, but required assistance when emptying has crotch at the lavatory.ソウ、シュウ、おきな、
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88lost tracksThe wooden leg was the last remaining item of the religion, all other tracks had been lost.ソウ、ショウ、あと、
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89maggotThe flies that gathered on your shelves to eat the rotting meat left a present.ソ、ショ、うじ、
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90earthwormEarthworms live in hills of dirt.キュウ、みみず、
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91wormWorms are an insect you can really pull on.ズ、イン、みみず、
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92collide withIn the teepee, the bowman and missile bearer collided with each other, rousing some eye gouging, and explosions.ハツ、バチ、は.ねる、おさ.める、
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93evil geniusThe meeting of wild dogs is sure to produce some sort of evil genius plan to take over the world, and destroy the arch enemy – cat.カイ、わるがしこ.い、
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94spiderThe insect that knows how to hunt (spider web)チ、くも、
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95arachnid The arachnid is a vermillion beast. It stays still, like a dead tree, then pounces when no one’s looking.チュ、シュ、
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96obstinateIn their infancy, kids are obstinate, and often give people the finger.オウ、ヨウ、イク、ユウ、ねじ.れる、こじ.れる、す.ねる、ねじ.ける、
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97arrogantMr.T, the arrogant taskmaster he is, assures the group he’s leading them in the right direction. Until he realises his compass is filled with dirt.ゴウ、おご.る、あなど.る、
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98swallowingThe mouth that swallows Swallows is swallowing them whole.エン、の.む、
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