1121-Jouyou-kanji “凄” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Terrible” or “Awful” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “凄”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “凄” means “Dreadful”, “Horrible” or “Chilly” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "凄"

Jouyou Kanji “凄”

Jouyou Kanji "凄" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “凄” Stroke Order

Stroke # 10 Strokes
On-Yomi せい(sei)
Kun-Yomi すさ(まじい)(susa(majii))
すご(い)(sugo(i))
すご(む)(sugo(mu))
さむ(い)(samu(i))
Meanings Terrific, Fearful, Dreadful
Terrible, Horrible, Awful
Wonderful, Great, Amazing
Cold, Chilly, Cool

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

Words Meanings
凄惨(せいさん-se i sa n) Horrible, Frightful, Ugly, Atrocious, Horrifying, Appalling, Gruesome, Ghastly
凄切(せいせつ-se i se tsu) Mournful, sorrowful
凄絶(せいぜつ-se i ze tsu) Extremely, violently
凄然(せいぜん-se i ze n) Wintry, Frigid, Icy, Frosty
凄愴(せいそう-se i so u) Pathetic, Dreadful
凄凉(せいりょう-se i ryo u) Desolation, Loneliness

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