0961-Jouyou-kanji “少” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“A little” or “Juvenile” in Japanese kanji and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “少”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “少” means “A few”, “A little” or “Juvenile” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "少"

Jouyou Kanji “少”

Jouyou Kanji "少" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “少” Stroke Order

Stroke # 4 Strokes
On-Yomi しょう(shou)
Kun-Yomi すく(ない)(suku(nai))
Meanings Few, Little, Rare, Scanty
A few, A little, A moment, For a while
Young, Juvenile

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

Words Meanings
少額(しょうがく-sho u ga ku) Petty sum, A small amount of money, A small sum of money
少閑(しょうかん-sho u ka n) Short interval of leisure, Short break, Short breather
少憩(しょうけい-sho u ke i) Short break, Breather, Brief recess
少時(しょうじ-sho u ji) ① One’s early days, ② Little while
少女(しょうじょ-sho u jo) Girl, Female child, Little girl
少食(しょうしょく-sho u sho ku) Have a small appetite, Do not eat much
少々(しょうしょう-sho u sho u) A little, A bit, Slight
少数(しょうすう-sho u su u) A few, A small number, A handful
少壮(しょうそう-sho u so u) Young, Youth
少壮有為(しょうそうゆうい-sho u so u yu u i) Young and promising
少年(しょうねん-sho u ne n) Boy, Male child, Little boy
少量(しょうりょう-shu u ryo u) Small amount, Small quantity


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