1010-Jouyou-kanji “丈” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Height” or “Stature” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “丈”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “丈” means “Stature”, “Height” or “Length”.

Jouyou Kanji "丈"

Jouyou Kanji “丈”

Jouyou Kanji "丈" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “丈” Stroke Order

Stroke # 3 Strokes
On-Yomi じょう(jou)
Kun-Yomi たけ(take)
Meanings Unit word for measuring length
Stature, Height, Length
Respect word for old person
Respect word for Kabuki actors

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

Words Meanings
丈室(じょうしつ-jo u shi tsu) Room of temple priest, About ten square feet room
丈人(じょうじん-jo u ji n) Elder, Senior, Wife’s father
丈夫(じょうふ or ますらお-jo u fu (or) ma su ra o) ① Gentleman, A man, ② Robust, Strong, Solid
居丈高 or 威丈高(いたけだか-i ta ke da ka) ① High sitting figure, ② Intimidating attitude
美丈夫(びじょうふ-bi jo u fu) Splendid-looking man, Man with rugged good looks
気丈夫(きじょうふ-ki jo u fu) ① Stout-hearted, Courageous, Brave, Tough, ② Reassuring, To feel secure
女丈夫(じょじょうふ-jo jo u fu) Brave woman, Strong minded woman
黄八丈(きはちじょう-ki ha chi jo u) Silk fabric dyed with plants of Hachijo-jima
偉丈夫(いじょうふ-i jo u fu) Big and strong man, Great man with an excellent personality
大丈夫(だいじょうぶ-da i jo u bu) Fine, Feel quite safe
背丈(せたけ-se ta ke) One’s height
着丈(きたけ-ki ta ke) Length of one’s dress
身丈(みたけ-mi ta ke) Length from shoulder to Kimono hem
頑丈(がんじょう-ga n jo u) Tough, Sturdy, Firm, Solid


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