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daijobu kanji

OK
The kanji for daijobu
'daijobu' means OK or all right.
丈 is unit of length, it's about 1.7 meters in The Zhou Dynasty. 夫 means a male. 丈夫 means adult male. 大 means big. So 大丈夫 means a noble male.
At the first time this word was introduced Japan, the meaning was same. But through a hundreds of years, the meaning has changed. Today we use this words as OK.

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'daijobu' I can manege, I'm not alone.
'daijobu' Everything going to be all right.
daijobu
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calligrapher: sakura
caterogy: kanji calligraphy
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