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Kanji in this term
かん
Grade: 6
まん
Grade: 4
on’yomi

EtymologyEdit

(kan, to go down, verb) +‎ (man, to be full, verb)

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NounEdit

干満 (hiragana かんまん, rōmaji kanman)

  1. ebb and flow (flowing out and in of the tide)
    • 2016 July 22, “つくろ [Turn Aside]”, in 異界月 [Eldritch Moon], Wizards of the Coast:
      イニストラードの (ぎん) (つき) () ()こす (うご)きは、 (しお) (かん) (まん)だけではありません。パターンを (まな)べば、あなたもそれと () (わく) (てき) (つな)がりを ()てるでしょう。
      Inisutorādo no gin no tsuki ga hikiokosu ugoki wa, shio no kanman dake de wa arimasen. Patān o manabe ba, anata mo soreto miwakuteki na tsunagari o moteru de shō.
      There are tides beyond those in the sea that are driven by Innistrad’s silver moon. If you learn their patterns, you can channel them in fascinating ways.

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