This kanji has kunyoumi or Japanese readings of: ひと、り or と, and it has onyoumi or Chinese readings of: ジン or ニン. This character has the meanings: person or human being. This character has no radicals, but is itself a radical in many other composite kanji. You can remember this kanji by thinking of it as looking like a person, if you draw stick figure arms and a head. Our example sentence is: ろうじんがとつぜんわたしにはなしかけた。老人が突然私に話しかけた。An old man spoke to me suddenly.
|person, human being
An old man spoke to me suddenly.