Kanji Tip 18: 嵐 (storm)

Today’s kanji meaning is pretty simple, and I think you can get it just by looking at it and remembering two of the kanji we already studied here! (THIS ONE and THIS ONE)

“A wind coming from the mountain” it’s what they call a storm! It’s read あらし (arashi) – yes, like the music group I presented to before!

Next time I will bring to you a kind of less used version of this one. A hint: it also uses the “wind” part!


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