Today’s first #kanji is #動. Most kanji dictionaries seem to list this under the radical of #ちから（力）.
It’s written as 重い (heavy) 力 (power, force). I guess in order to move （動） something, you do need 重い (heavy) 力 (power, force).
Meaning: to move
動物（ドウブツ）: an animal, a (living) creature
動員（ドウイン）する: mobilize (people), call out
動作（ドウサ）: an action, movement, motion
動力（ドウリョク）: (motive) power (such as electricity)
運動（ウンドウ）: motion, movement
言動（ゲンドウ）: speech and conduct, words and deeds
行動（コウドウ）: behaviour, action, activities
自動（ジドウ）: automatic operation, automatism
動く（うごく）: to move (intransitive verb)
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