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Kanji-Body-Tooth 歯

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How to remember?

The upper part 止 indicates the pronunciation (in Chinese style) and has nothing to do with the meaning of this Kanji. The lower part, however, looks like teeth. So you'd better use the lower part to help youself remember.


This Kanji itself is a radical.