[No.0016 Kanji] Luck/Bring

kanji meaning a luck or to bring
This kanji has mainly 2 meanings, "luck" and "to bring". "辶 しんにょう shinnyou" express a movement of legs, and "軍 ぐん gunn" express a position surrounded by tanks. This combination means circling. By further extension, it means luck because it is said that luck circles around and gets brought from somewhere else. Also it means to bring something.

Luck: うん unn
To bring: はこぶ hakobu

There are some phrases including "運". Here are some of examples. If you can say some to Japanese friends, it would be very surprising for them. Learn here and use it in a real conversation.

運も実力のうち-Being lucky is a part of your ability.

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