Yesterday in my japanese class somebody told me that the meaning of a kanji I didn’t know had something to do with HAND, and it was pretty cool to understand the meaning of it by its parts.
Then I remembered that I studied that radical in WK and it meant “NAILBAT” (line with a two lines crossing turns out it’s HAND kanji reduced).
Just like Water and Tsunami (at least they are related).
I was thinking why they used “nailbat” instead of little hand or something related… hopefully they don’t change too much important radical meanings. plan related (flower) and water related (tsunami) are decent… but I fear something else coming which confuses me.
What do you think?