0978-Jouyou-kanji “祥” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Good omen” or “Good luck” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “祥”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “祥” means “Good omen”, “Good fortune” or “Sign for good luck”.

Jouyou Kanji "祥"

Jouyou Kanji “祥”

Jouyou Kanji "祥" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “祥” Stroke Order

Stroke # 10 Strokes
On-Yomi しょう(shou)
Kun-Yomi さいわ(い)(saiwa(i))
きざ(し)(kiza(shi))
さち(sachi)
Meanings Good luck, Happiness, Good fortune
Good omen, Sign for good luck, Symptom of happiness
Celebration for after mourning

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

Words Meanings
祥瑞(しょうずい-sho u zu i) Good omen
瑞祥(ずいしょう-zu i sho u) Auspicious sign, Good omen
発祥(はっしょう-ha ssho u) Origination, Origin
不祥事(ふしょうじ-fu sho u ji) Scandal, Misconduct, Misdeeds
吉祥(きっしょう-ki ssho u) Lucky omen, Auspicious
吉祥天(きっしょうてん-ki ssho u te n) Buddhist goddess
清祥(せいしょう-se i sho u) Happiness and health(this word is used in a letter for hoping the recipient happiness and health)
休祥(きゅうしょう-kyu u sho u) Good omen
多祥(たしょう-ta sho u) Much happiness (This word is used in a letter for hoping much happiness of recipient)

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