1154-Jouyou-kanji “切” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Cut” or “Shear” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “切”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “切” means “Cut”, “Saw” or “Shear” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "切"

Jouyou Kanji “切”

Jouyou Kanji "切" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “切” Stroke Order

Stroke # 4 Strokes
On-Yomi せつ(setsu)
さい(sai)
Kun-Yomi き(る)(ki(ru))
き(れる)(ki(reru))
Meanings Cut, Hash, Slice, Saw, Shear
Brush up, Polish, File, Rub, Grind
Draw near, Be imminent, Approach
Fit, Suit
Kind, Polite, Intimate
All, Wholly, Entirely
Fragment, Piece, Slice, A cut
Limit, An end, Period

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

Words Meanings
切手(きって-ki tte) Stamp
切符(きっぷ-ki ppu) Ticket
切り株(きりかぶ-ki ri ka bu) Stump, Stubble
切り口上(きりこうじょう-ki ri ko u jo u) Stiff formality, Set terms
切妻造り(きりづまづくり-ki ru du ma du ku ri) Gabled roof, Building with a gabled roof, Gabled roof construction
切り詰める(きりつめる-ki ri tsu me ru) ① Cut and shorten, Cut back, ② Reduce cost, Be tight with one’s money, Keep cost low
切り火(きりび-ki ri bi) Striking sparks with flint and steel, Fire by rubbing wooden sticks
切り開く(きりひらく-ki ri hi ra ku) Open, Pave, Break through, Hack through, To clear
切り札(きりふだ-ki ri fu da) Chief card, Trump card
切り盛り(きりもり-ki ri mo ri) Handling, Management

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