What is a kanji letter for VOID?
This is a kanji symbol that stands for void.
Though it has several ways of reading and usage, we read it UTSURO when meaning “void” in one word.
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How to read
KO, KYO, UTSURO, MUNA-SHII
- void, hollow
- fictitious, superficial
- weak, fragile
It gives lonely, dark, and somehow cool impressions.
The top part of the character stands for the sound “KO” and the bottom part pictures a hill with a big dent.
The hill seems big but it does not have content. That makes the meaning of “void” and “hollow”.
KOKUU – empty air
KO = void, hollow
KUU = air, sky, space
The word KOKUU is used as almost the same meaning as “void” or “hollow”. It means “a space with nothing”.
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