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That character is pronounced as "wu" in chinese, which means the number "5"....indicating its Friday.
Japanese and Chinese shares the same character.
Pronunciation wise in Japanese, I am not too sure.

How then, do you know if you are on the right day of the week?
I humbly stand corrected, now that you mention it I'm thinking of the Ma Jong I play on the computer & yes there is a tile with that exact character.
When I'm changing the day, when you get to Friday that character follows, Sunday is in Red & Monday is symbolized with a straight single line.
Well that's how I've been setting it up .Hope that's right ?
 

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I humbly stand corrected, now that you mention it I'm thinking of the Ma Jong I play on the computer & yes there is a tile with that exact character.
When I'm changing the day, when you get to Friday that character follows, Sunday is in Red & Monday is symbolized with a straight single line.
Well that's how I've been setting it up .Hope that's right ?
ok that makes sense, if you are able to take reference from Mah Jong and on Sunday, which is in Red.
Good man! LOL
 

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Flieger Friday with the Alpina Startimer Automatic Pilot.

The white matte dial with the beautiful applied numerals; the details at 12 - the inverted triangle red marker at 12 and the triangle of the Alpina logo centering on the horizontal 12 index; the shape-matched seconds hand counterbalance as a red triangle; all come together for a neat, versatile, and desirable watch.

I changed the strap from the flat profile textured one featured previously to this taupe weathered look strap.


Sent from my LYA-L29 using Tapatalk
 

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Flieger Friday with the Alpina Startimer Automatic Pilot.

The white matte dial with the beautiful applied numerals; the details at 12 - the inverted triangle red marker at 12 and the triangle of the Alpina logo centering on the horizontal 12 index; the shape-matched seconds hand counterbalance as a red triangle; all come together for a neat, versatile, and desirable watch.

I changed the strap from the flat profile textured one featured previously to this taupe weathered look strap.


Sent from my LYA-L29 using Tapatalk
Sensational watch, Nagaraj 👌
 

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I humbly stand corrected, now that you mention it I'm thinking of the Ma Jong I play on the computer & yes there is a tile with that exact character.
When I'm changing the day, when you get to Friday that character follows, Sunday is in Red & Monday is symbolized with a straight single line.
Well that's how I've been setting it up .Hope that's right ?
That character is pronounced "wu" in chinese, which means the number "5"....indicating its Friday.
Japanese and Chinese shares the same character.
Pronunciation wise in Japanese, I am not too sure.

How then, do you know if you are on the right day of the week?
I humbly stand corrected, now that you mention it I'm thinking of the Ma Jong I play on the computer & yes there is a tile with that exact character.
When I'm changing the day, when you get to Friday that character follows, Sunday is in Red & Monday is symbolized with a straight single line.
Well that's how I've been setting it up .Hope that's right ?
ok that makes sense, if you are able to take reference from Mah Jong and on Sunday, which is in Red.
Good man! LOL
That Kanji pronounced " Go" in Japanese. Reference 5 as the fifth day of the week is correct. Though the Japanese picked Kanji from Chinese, the pronunciation is different and in many cases, the usage of them too making a whole different meaning.
 
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