1196-Jouyou-kanji “全” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Entirely” or “All” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “全”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “全” means “Completely”, “Everything” or “Whole” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "全"

Jouyou Kanji “全”

Jouyou Kanji "全" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “全” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi ぜん(zen)
せん(sen)
Kun-Yomi まった(く)(matta(ku))
すべ(て)(sube(te))
Meanings Entirely, Completely, Utterly, Quite
Perfection, Complete
Fulfill, Accomplish
All, Everything, Wholly

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

Words Meanings
全一(ぜんいつze n i tsu) Perfect whole, Unity
全員(ぜんいん-ze n i n) All members, Everyone, Everybody
全音(ぜんおん-ze n o n) Whole tone
全家(ぜんか-ze n ka) ① Whole family, Whole house
全我(ぜんが-ze n ga) All of myself
全会(ぜんかい-ze n ka i) All the members, Whole assembly, Unanimously
全快(ぜんかい-ze n ka i) Complete recovery of health
全壊(ぜんかい-ze n ka i) Complete destruction, Complete collapse, Total collapse
全額(ぜんがく-ze n ga ku) Total amount, Total sum, Full amount
全躯(ぜんく-ze n ku) Whole body
全軍(ぜんぐん-ze n gu n) Whole army
全景(ぜんけい-ze n ke i) Complete view, Whole view
全形(ぜんけい-ze n ke i) Whole form, Perfect form
全権(ぜんけん-ze n ke n) Full authority, Full powers, All the reins of power
全権大使(ぜんけんたいし-ze n ke n ta i shi) Ambassador plenipotentiary

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