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Old 02-22-2005, 06:35 PM   #13
Mike Sigman
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Re: kata dori vs. katate dori

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Peter A Goldsbury wrote:
My point was, in response to Greg Jennings' post, the simpler one that, e.g., in gen-ki (fit, well), denki (electricity), buki (weapons), ninki (term of office), and jaki (devil), the second character is read/pronounced the same, but the character and also the meaning is quite different in each case.
Oh, that use of "ki". I thought we were talking about the single character, not the inclusive.

Mike
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