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Kanji: 金 kin Gold

Think of gold being buried deep within a hill.
                JLPT N5: 26 / 100 | 8 Strokes

On: キン; コン
Kun: かね
Meaning: gold; money




Usually “kin” deals with gold and “kane” means money in general.

Stroke Order:

Examples:

お金 okane – money
賞金 shou kin – prize money
金曜日 kin you bi – Friday

Example Sentence:

お金貸してくれる?
okane kashite kureru?
Will you loan me some money?

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