1047-Jouyou-kanji “辛” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Pungent taste” or “Bitterness” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “辛”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “辛” means “Hardship”, “Severe” or “Hot (taste)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "辛"

Jouyou Kanji “辛”

Jouyou Kanji "辛" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “辛” Stroke Order

Stroke # 7 Strokes
On-Yomi しん(shin)
Kun-Yomi から(い)(kara(i))
つら(い)(tsura(i))
かのと(kanoto)
Meanings Hot (taste), Pungent, Salty
Severe, Harsh
Mustard
Barely, Narrowly, At last

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

Words Meanings
辛党(からとう-ka ra to u) Drinker, Person who fond of alcohol
辛味(からみ-ka ra mi) Sharp taste, Pungent taste
辛艱(しんかん-shi n ka n) Painfulness, Bitterness, Difficulty, Agony, Torment
辛気臭い(しんきくさい-shi n ki ku sa i) Tedious, Irritating, Boring
辛苦(しんく-shi n ku) Hardship, Toil
辛酸(しんさん-shi n sa n) Hardship, Privation
辛抱(しんぼう-shi n bo u) Patience, Endurance
辛辣(しんらつ-shi n ra tsu) Severe, Harsh
辛労(しんろう-shi n ro u) Hardships, Toil
艱辛(かんしん-ka n shi n) Painfulness, Bitterness, Difficulty, Agony, Torment
苦辛(くしん-shi n ku) Suffering terribly, Excruciation, Agony
酸辛(さんしん-shi n sa n) Hard and painful, Sad and painful

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