1156-Jouyou-kanji “拙” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Poor” or “Clumsy” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “拙”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “拙” means “Poor”, “Clumsy” or “Be inferior” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "拙"

Jouyou Kanji “拙”

Jouyou Kanji "拙" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “拙” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi せつ(setsu)
Kun-Yomi つたな(い)(tsutana(i))
Meanings Poor, Clumsy, Awkward, Be inferior
(Word that humble oneself)

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

Words Meanings
拙技(せつぎ-se tsu gi) ① Poor skill, ② Humble expression for one’s own skill
拙吟(せつぎん-se tsu gi n) ① Bad poetry, Not good poem, ② Humble expression for one’s own poetry
拙策(せっさく-se ssa ku) ① Poor policy, Poor plan, ② Humble expression for one’s own plan
拙者(せっしゃ-se ssha) I, Me (Humble expression for oneself and usually this word is primarily used by samurai)
拙僧(せっそう-se sso u) I, Me (This word is used by Buddhist monk, and humble expression for himself)
拙速(せっそく-se sso ku) Rough‐and‐ready, Fast and sloppy
拙宅(せったく-se tta ku) ① My humble house, ② Humble expression for one’s own house
拙筆(せっぴつ-se ppi tsu) ① Poor handwriting, ② Humble expression for one’s own handwriting
拙文(せつぶん-se tsu bu n) ① Poor writing, ② Humble expression for one’s own articles
拙劣(せつれつ-se tsu re tsu) Clumsy, Unskillful
巧拙(こうせつ-ko u se tsu) Good and bad skills
古拙(こせつ-ko se tsu) Rustic beauty, Quaintly rustic, Unrefined but graceful
守拙(しゅせつ-shu se tsu) To rest assured by keeping one’s own hierarchy
稚拙(ちせつ-chi se tsu) Immature, Infantile, Childish


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