0914-Jouyou-kanji “渋” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Hesitate” or “Astringent” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “渋”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “渋” means “Hesitate” or “Persimmon tannin” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "渋"

Jouyou Kanji “渋”

Jouyou Kanji "渋" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “渋” Stroke Order

Stroke # 11 Strokes
On-Yomi じゅう(juu)
しょう(shou)
Kun-Yomi しぶ(shibu)
しぶ(い)(shibu(i))
しぶ(る)(shibu(ru))
Meanings Hesitate, Be reluctant, Become dull
Astringent, Rough taste
Persimmon tannin
Elegant atmosphere, Elegant taste

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

Words Meanings
渋色(しぶいろ-shi bu i ro) Tan color
渋柿(しぶがき-shi bu ga ki) Sour and puckery persimmon
渋紙(しぶがみ-shi bu ga mi) Paper treated with astringent persimmon juice
渋皮(しぶかわ-shi bu ka wa) Astringent inner skin
渋々(しぶしぶ-shi bu shi bu) Reluctantly, Unwillingly
渋茶(しぶちゃ-shi bu cha) Bitter tea, Strong green tea
渋味(しぶみ-shi bu mi) ① Harsh taste, Stringent taste, ② Sober and deep taste of things
渋滞(じゅうたい-ju u ta i) Traffic jam, Traffic congestion
渋面(じゅうめん-ju u me n) Grimace, Sullen face, Frown
苦渋(くじゅう-ku ju u) ① Bitter taste, ② Distress, Agonizing, Difficulty
難渋(なんじゅう-na n ju u) Retardation, Difficulty
柿渋(かきしぶ-ka ki shi bu) Persimmon tannin, Bitter juice of the persimmon
晦渋(かいじゅう-ka i ju u) Obfuscate, Ambiguous, Equivocal
鉄渋(かなしぶ-ka na shi bu) Aqueous iron rust

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