0016-Jouyou-kanji “衣” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Clothes” or “Garment” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “衣”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “衣” means “Robe”, “Apparel” or “Dress” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "衣"

Jouyou Kanji “衣”

Jouyou Kanji "衣" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “衣” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi い(i)
え(e)
Kun-Yomi ころも(koromo)
きぬ(kinu)
き(る)(kiru)
Meanings Kimono, Clothes
Wear
To do

Kanji words which contain Kanji “衣”, and their meanings

Words Meanings
衣冠(いかん-i ka n) Kimono and ancient head-dress, Full court dress
衣魚(いぎょ or しみ-i gyo (or) shi mi) Bristletail, Clothes moth, Oriental silverfish, Bookworm
衣桁(いこう-i ko u) Rack for hanging kimono, Kimono rack, Clothes rack
衣装 or 衣裳(いしょう-i sho u) Clothing, Dress, Dress, Apparel, Wardrobe, Costume
衣食(いしょく-i sho ku) Food and clothing, Livelihood, Living
衣食住(いしょくじゅう-i sho ku ju u) Necessities of life, Food clothing and shelter, Life-(Clothing, food and house)
衣食足れば則ち栄辱を知る(いしょくたればすなわちえいじょくをしる-i sho ku ta re ba su na wa chi e i jo ku wo shi ru) People only pay attention to courtesy when they are no longer materially inconvenienced
衣帯(いたい-i ta i) Clothes and obi, Full court dress
衣鉢(いはつ-i ha tsu) Mysteries of one’s master’s art, Mysteries of Buddhism
衣服(いふく-i fu ku) Clothes, Dress, Garment, Suit
衣料(いりょう-i ryo u) Garment, Clothing material, Clothing
衣類(いるい-i ru i) Garment, Clothing, Clothes
衣紋(えもん-e mo n) Dress, Clothes, Drapery
衣紋掛け(えもんかけ-e mo n ka ke) Rack or hanger for hanging kimono, coats, etc
衣更え(ころもがえ-ko ro mo ga e) Seasonal change of clothing, Changing (one’s) dress for the season
唐衣(からごろも-ka ra go ro mo) Short coat for noblewomen (Nara and Heian period)
更衣(こうい-ko u i) ① Changing clothes, ② Lady court attendant
黒衣(こくい-ko ku i) Black clothes, Black garment
僧衣(そうい-so u i) Priest’s garb, Clerical robe
白衣(はくい-ha ku i) White robe, White clothes
羽衣(はごろも-ha go ro mo) ① Robe of feathers, Angel’s raiment, ② Plumage
法衣(ほうい-ho u i) Clerical garment, Vestment, Priest’s robe
浴衣(ゆかた-yu ka ta) Yukata, (light cotton kimono worn in the summer or used as a bathrobe)

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