み、 み.つ、 みっ.つ
The kanji 三(san) still follow the literal pattern of 一 (ichi) and 二(ni). It’s basically 3 lines being stacked on top of each other. To remember this kanji, imagine it as 3 pieces of pencils stacked together.
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