This Kanji is read nichi , jitsu in One, hi in Kun, and wants to say sun , or day.
It is in particular used as suffix with 曜 to form 曜日 suffix used in the days of the week (see low)
Days of the week:
To Japan each day of the week corresponds natural elements (similar to ours system of planets) auquelle one adds the suffix 曜日 (such ours " di"):
日曜日: Sunday day of the sun 日 =soleil, day (English Sunday notices)
- 月曜日: Monday corresponds the moon (月
- 火曜日: Tuesday------------fire (火)
- 水曜日: Wednesday---------water (水)
- 木曜日: Thursday------------The tree (木)
- 金曜日: Friday---------metal (金)
- 土曜日: Saturday-----------the ground (土)
The Sinogramme corresponding is read rì and means also sun or day.
It enters the composition of many words of which Japan: 日本 (delivery riben in Chinese and nihon (more rarely Japanese ) in Japanese) or life (in partnership with the symbol of the moon).
- Wiktionary:Fr: 日
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