0912-Jouyou-kanji “重” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Heavy” or “Weight” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “重”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “重” means “Heavy”, “Burden” or “Weight” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "重"

Jouyou Kanji “重”

Jouyou Kanji "重" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “重” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi じゅう(juu)
Kun-Yomi おも(い)(omo(i))
Meanings Grave, Solemn, Serious
Severe, Enormous, Tremendous
Important, Valuable, Precious
Respect, Value, Make much of
Weight, Heavy
Load, Burden
Fear, Be afraid of, Dread
Put one upon another, Pile up, Repeat
Moreover, Further, Still more
(Unit word for counting things which are piled up)

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

Words Meanings
重手(おもで-o mo de) Serious wound, Serious injury
重荷(おもに-o mo ni) ① Heavy load, ② Great responsibility beyond one’s capacity
重湯(おもゆ-o mo yu) Thin rice gruel, Rice water
重圧(じゅうあつ-ju u a tsu) Strong pressure, Great pressure, (of authority, duty etc)
重囲(じゅうい-ju u i) Close siege
重科(じゅうか-ju u ka) Serious crime, Heavy punishment
重患(じゅうかん-ju u ka n) Serious illness, Serious case
重機(じゅうき-ju u ki) Heavy machinery, Heavy equipment
重器(じゅうき-ju u ki) Treasure, Invaluable person
重金属(じゅうきんぞく-ju u ki n zo ku) Heavy metal
重刑(じゅうけい-ju u ke i) Severe punishment, Severe punishment, Heavy penalty
重厚(じゅうこう-ju u ko u) ① Profound, Dignified, ② Massive, solid, heavy and thick
重工業(じゅうこうぎょう-ju u ko u gyo u) Heavy industry


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