0303-Jouyou-kanji “危” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Danger” or “Risky” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “危”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “危” means “Endanger”, “Uneasiness” or “Harm” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "危"

Jouyou Kanji “危”

Jouyou Kanji "危" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “危” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi き(ki)
Kun-Yomi あぶ(ない)(abu(nai))
Meanings Dangerous, Risky
Be afraid of, Fear, Doubtful

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

Words Meanings
危害(きがい-ki ga i) Harm, Injury
危機(きき-ki ki) Crisis, Conjuncture, Emergency
危機一髪(ききいっぱつ-ki ki i ppa tsu) By a hair’s breadth, In the nick of time, Close call, Critical moment
危急(ききゅう-ki kyu u) Emergency, Urgency, Exigency
危急存亡の秋(ききゅうそんぼうのあき-ki kyu u so n bo u no a ki) Time of emergency, Critical moment
危局(ききょく-ki kyo ku) Crisis, Very serious and difficult phase
危惧(きぐ-ki gu) Fear, Misgivings, Apprehension, Uneasiness, Fear, Anxiety
危険(きけん-ki ke n) Danger, Risk, Peril
危険思想(きけんしそう-ki ke n shi so u) Dangerous thoughts, Thoughts that are considered to be harmful to the existence and order of the nation and society
危険人物(きけんじんぶつ-ki ke n ji n bu tsu) Dangerous character, Dangerous person, Security risk
危座(きざ-ki za) Sitting up straight
危殆(きたい-ki ta i) Danger, Peril, Jeopardy
危地(きち-ki chi) Dangerous position, Dangerous place, Peril
危道(きどう-ki do u) Dangerous road
危篤(きとく-ki to ku) Critical condition, Being on the verge of death, Serious state, Serious condition
危難(きなん-ki na n) Peril, Danger, Hazard, Distress
危峰(きほう-ki ho u) High and steep peak
安危(あんき-a n ki) Safety, Fate, Safe or crisis


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