0904-Jouyou-kanji “醜” Stroke Order and Meanings

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Ugly in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “醜”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “醜” means “Ugly” or “Shame”.

Jouyou Kanji "醜"

Jouyou Kanji “醜”

Jouyou Kanji "醜" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “醜” Stroke Order

Stroke # 17 Strokes
On-Yomi しゅう(shuu)
Kun-Yomi みにく(い)(miniku(i))
Meanings Ugly, Unsightly, Hideous
Shame, Disgrace, Humiliation

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

Words Meanings
醜悪(しゅうあく-shu u a ku) Ugliness, Wickedness, Vileness
醜怪(しゅうかい-shu u ka i) Monstrously ugly, Grotesque, Hideous, Ugly and bizarre
醜業(しゅうぎょう-shu u gyo u) Shameful occupation, Prostitution
醜行(しゅうこう-shu u ko u) Disgraceful conduct, Shameful behavior
醜女(しゅうじょ or しこめ-shu u jo (or) shi ko me) Plain-looking woman, Ugry woman, Female demon
醜状(しゅうじょう-shu u jo u) Disgraceful state of affairs, Ugry scar marks
醜態(しゅうたい-shu u ta i) Disgraceful behavior, Shameful conduct, Scandalous behavior
醜婦(しゅうふ-shu u fu) Ugly woman, Unattractive woman
醜聞(しゅうぶん-shu u bu n) Scandal, Ugly rumor
醜名(しゅうめい-shu u me i) Shameful rumor, Stigma, Infamy
醜名 or 四股名(しこな-shi ko na) Sumo wrestler’s stage name
醜類(しゅうるい-shu u ru i) Evil-doers, Evil companion, Companion of shameful behavior


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