〜Letter for “field mustard” 食用の植物〜

As people familiar with the Chinese characters know very well, this letter, “菜” originally refers to edible plants, namely vegetables, and particularly “field mustard”.  Apparently, its meaning expands to “cooked dishes using vegetables”.  

And one more thing, it is often preferred to be used in girls’ names, maybe because the little yellow flowers of field mustard give a cheerful, lively image, I think.


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