What is a kanji letter for PRIDE?
Pride says HOKORI in Japanese. HOKO is written in kanji and RI is written in hiragana.
If you want to use it for an artistic purpose like tattoos and designs, I recommend putting the kanji symbol alone as it seems much cooler!
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Hope it helps for your tattoo ideas and designs!
How to read
HOKO-RI, HOKO-RU, KO
It gives dignified, serious, solid, and determined impressions.
The left part of the character stands for “speak”.
The right one pictures a person spreading out his arms and something curved.
The whole symbol represents “to overstate”.
The HOKORI is the most common translation for pride but there are some other words with the same meaning in Japanese. Let me introduce two words!
JI = I, myself
SON = respect
SHIN = heart, mind
As you can guess from the kanji letters, Jisonshin means “self-esteem”. It’s almost the same word as pride.
KYOU = a handle of a pike
JI = have
This is a bit classical way of saying pride. In ancient times, a soldier was proud of himself when he gripped a weapon. That made the word KYOUJI mean pride.
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