1083-Jouyou-kanji “垂” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Hang down” or “Droop” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “垂”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “垂” means “Hang down”, “Dangle” or “Drip” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "垂"

Jouyou Kanji “垂”

Jouyou Kanji "垂" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “垂” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi すい(sui)
Kun-Yomi た(れる)(tare(ru))
た(らす)(ta(rasu))
しだ(れる)(shida(reru))
しで(shide)
なんなん(とする)(nannan(tosuru))
Meanings Hang down, Dangle, Droop, Drop, Drip
Teach and show example
Give alms
Trying to do, Almost going to do
Shide(紙垂 or just 垂) (striped paper pieces which are used in Shinto)

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

Words Meanings
垂下(すいか-su i ka) Hanging down, Being pendent
垂死(すいし-su i shi) On the verge of dying
垂示(すいじ-su i ji) Instruction, Teaching, Explanation
垂迹(すいじゃく-su i ja ku) Temporary appearances of Buddha to save human
垂々(すいすい-su i su i) Bit by bit, Step by step, Gradually
垂線(すいせん-su i se n) Perpendicular line
垂涎(すいぜん-su i ze n) Object of envy, Very strongly wanting a thing
垂直(すいちょく-su i cho ku) Vertical
垂範(すいはん-su i ha n) Setting an example
垂柳(すいりゅう-su i ryu u) Weeping willow
垂木(たるき-ta ru ki) Rafter, Roof rafter
胃下垂(いかすい-i ka su i) Gastroptosis
懸垂(けんすい-ke n su i) Chin-up, Pull-up

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