1101-Jouyou-kanji “寸” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Only a few (little)” or “Short” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “寸”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “寸” means “A bit”, “A moment” or “A little (few)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "寸"

Jouyou Kanji “寸”

Jouyou Kanji "寸" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “寸” Stroke Order

Stroke # 3 Strokes
On-Yomi すん(sun)
Kun-Yomi わず(か)(wazu(ka))
Meanings Unit word for measuring length
Only a few (little), A little (few), Only
Unit word for measuring horse height

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

Words Meanings
寸陰(すんいん-su n i n) A moment, Short time
寸暇(すんか-su n ka) Free minute, Short spare moment
寸劇(すんげき-su n ge ki) Skit, Short play, A little drama, A little drama
寸毫(すんごう-su n go u) A bit, A jot, Only a few
寸刻(すんこく-su n ko ku) A moment, A short time
寸志(すんし-su n shi) A little token of one’s gratitude, Small present
寸時(すんじ-su n ji) A moment, Short time
寸書(すんしょ-su n sho) ① Short letter, ② Humble word for the letter written by oneself
寸心(すんしん-su n shi n) Humble word for one’s own thought, Small one’s mind
寸前(すんぜん-su n ze n) Immediately before, Just before, On the verge of
寸善尺魔(すんぜんしゃくま-su n ze n sha ku ma) There is more evil than good in this world, One good thing tends to cause many bad things to happen
寸断(すんだん-su n da n) To cut something to pieces, Shredding
寸地(すんち-su n chi) An inch of ground


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