Today’s second #kanji is #不, which is listed under the radical of #一. There seem to be a few different theories about how this character was formed. We use this character a lot but never alone. Check the examples below.
Meaning: 不 works like a prefix to indicate “negative” just like “un-” or “dis-” in English
不安（フアン）: uneasiness, anxiety, apprehension
不運（フウン）: bad luck, misfortune, adversity
不公平（フコウヘイ）: unfairness, injustice, inequity
不幸（フコウ）: misfortune, adversity, misery
不正（フセイ）: injustice, unfairness, wrongdoing, misconduct
不足（フソク）: shortage, deficiency
不便（フベン）: inconvenience, unhandiness
不細工（ブサイク）（な）: awkward, clumsy, unattractive
不器用（ブキヨウ）（な）: awkward, clumsy, inept
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