What is a kanji letter for PURE?
A kanji symbol that stands for “pure” is JUN in Japanese.
If you are looking for a Japanese adjective that means pure, you can use the word JUNSUI.
JUNSUI is used as an adjective with a hiragana letter NA.
You mean JUNSUI-NA?
Yes! If you want to say “pure heart” in Japanese, it will be “junsui na kokoro”.
How to read
pure, clean, natural
It gives pure, clean, and gentle impressions and commonly used for Japanese first names, especially for girls.
My first name JUNKO uses this kanji for JUN!
The left part of the character stands for a thread. The right one represents “to keep staying at one place”.
Why do these two things connected and mean pure?
They indicate the thread is kept untouched and clean. That makes the meaning “no dirt” and it became “pure”!
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