|O or GO|
It is the honorable, correct thing to GO to the cops and give them your fingerprints. At least that's what they make foreigners do at the airport!
two meanings - 1) cooked rice, 2) a meal
a formal way of asking your superior to view something. either 'ごらん ください' or 'ごらん に なる.'
sorry (usually KANA, but it's worth learning to see the roots of the expression: 'Honorably exempt me (from your wrath!)')
|喫||enjoy a drink and a smoke||MOUTH||口|
|御||the honorific "o"||GO||行|
I'm free TODAY, to enjoy a drink with my MOUTH.
I'm honorable so I'll share my WATER .
As for 御, it is easy because the left radical means GO in English, and it's pronounced GO!!!