0210-Jouyou-kanji “各” Stroke Order and Meanings

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0210-Jouyou-kanji “各” Stroke Order and Meanings

Jouyou Kanji "各"

Jouyou Kanji “各”

Jouyou Kanji "各" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “各” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi かく(kaku)
Kun-Yomi おのおの(onoono)
Meanings Each, Severally, Respectively

Comments

  1. Colette says:

    Hi,

    My name in Katakana is コレット (koretto).

    I asked to have an artist chop sculpted with Japanese kanji for my sumi-e painting and shodo calligraphy work.

    This is what was presented : 科 莱 特

    I think the kanji characters are phonetic Chinese kanji. Is this how you would write my name in Japanese kanji ?

    Thank you and have a good day!

    Colette

    • admin says:

      Hi Colette
      Thank you for visiting and contacting me.
      The following my ideas are also phonetic Japanese kanji names for your name Coletto.
      However I think these Kanji characters are used pretty well as “落款印(Rakkanin)” name for Japanese calligraphy or painting works.

      小烈斗
      子烈斗
      湖烈斗
      孤烈斗
      虎烈斗

      Each kanji of these names have following meanings.

      小: small, 子: child, 湖: lake, 孤: fox, 虎: tiger,
      烈: intense, furious etc, 斗: name of the constellation of the South and North Pole

      If you want to have other name ideas, please let me know again.

      Thank you.

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