1199-Jouyou-kanji “然” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“However” or “And yet” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “然”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “然” means “That’s right”, “Just so” or “Moreover” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "然"

Jouyou Kanji “然”

Jouyou Kanji "然" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “然” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi ぜん(zen)
ねん(nen)
Kun-Yomi しか(り)(shika(ri))
しか(し)(shika(shi))
しか(も)(shika(mo))
しか(らば)(shika(raba))
しか(して)(shika(shite))
も(える)(mo(eru))
Meanings But, However, Nevertheless
Moreover, Besides, Also, And yet
That’s right, Just so, Exactly
Burn, Blaze

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

Words Meanings
然諾(ぜんだく-ze n da ku) Consent, Saying yes
依然(いぜん-i ze n) Still, As yet, As it has been
偶然(ぐうぜん-gu u ze n) Unexpectedly, Accidentally, Circumstantially, By chance
公然(こうぜん-ko u ze n) Open, Public, Well known (in public)
自然(しぜん-shi ze n) Nature
泰然(たいぜん-ta i ze n) Calm, Composed, Self-possessed
超然(ちょうぜん-cho u ze n) Transcendental, Aloof, Detached
天然(てんねん-te n ne n) Natural
同然(どうぜん-do u ze n) Like, Alike, Similar, Identical
漠然(ばくぜん-ba ku ze n) Vague, Obscure
必然(ひつぜん-hi tsu ze n) Inevitable, Necessity, Sure thing
未然(みぜん-mi ze n) Before something happens
悠然(ゆうぜん-yu u ze n) At ease, Calmly, Sedately, Like a Champ

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