1044-Jouyou-kanji “臣” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Vassal” or “Subordinate” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “臣”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “臣” means “Retainer”, “Vassal” or “Subordinate” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "臣"

Jouyou Kanji “臣”

Jouyou Kanji "臣" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “臣” Stroke Order

Stroke # 7 Strokes
On-Yomi しん(shin)
Kun-Yomi おみ(omi)
Meanings A retainer, A servant, A vassal, Subordinate
A subject, People
Become a vassal, Make as a vassal
Do one’s best as a retainer
The word which is used by a vassal for humbling himself toward his monarch, Word which is used when humble oneself

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

Words Meanings
臣下(しんか-shi n ka) Vassal, Retainer
臣子(しんし-shi n shi) Underling, Subordinate, Subsidiary
臣事(しんじ-shi n ji) Serving as a retainer
臣従(しんじゅう-shi n ju u) Serving as a vassal, Vassalage
臣籍(しんせき-shi n se ki) Status of a subject
臣籍降下(しんせきこうか-shi n se ki ko u ka) (Members of the Imperial family) becoming subjects of the state
臣籍降嫁(しんせきこうか-shi n se ki ko u ka) (To become a non-royal member anymore by marrying a royal princess to her vassal)
臣節(しんせつ-shi n se tsu) Loyalty to one’s master
臣道(しんどう-shi n do u) The attitude to keep as a vassal
臣服(しんぷく-shi n pu ku) Vassalage
臣民(しんみん-shi n mi n) People of a monarchy nation
家臣(かしん-ka shi n) Vassal, Retainer


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