1200-Jouyou-kanji “禅” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Zen” or “Religious meditation” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “禅”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “禅” means “Religious meditation”, “Hand over” or “Transfer of emperor status” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "禅"

Jouyou Kanji “禅”

Jouyou Kanji "禅" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “禅” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi ぜん(zen)
Kun-Yomi ゆず(る)(yuzu(ru))
Meanings Festival which is conducted by emperor
Transfer, Hand over, Transfer of emperor status
Zen, Religious meditation

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

Words Meanings
禅院(ぜんいん-ze n i n) Zen temple
禅刹(ぜんさつ-ze n sa tsu) Zen temple
禅寺(ぜんじ or ぜんでら-ze n ji (or) ze n de ra) Zen temple
禅師(ぜんじ-ze n ji) Particularly a high-ranking Zen monk honored by the imperial court
禅宗(ぜんしゅう-ze n shu u) Zen Buddhism, Zen sect
禅定(ぜんじょう-ze n jo u) Dhyana-samadhi (Meditative concentration)
禅杖(ぜんじょう-ze n jo u) A cane used to warn of drowsiness
禅譲(ぜんじょう-ze n jo u) Smooth transference of power
禅僧(ぜんそう-ze n so u) Zen priest, Zen monk
禅尼(ぜんに-ze n ni) Zen nun
禅味(ぜんみ-ze n mi) Flavor of Zen
禅門(ぜんもん-ze n mo n) Zen Buddhism, A man who shaved his hair and entered the Zen sect while staying as a social person
禅問答(ぜんもんどう-ze n mo n do u) A cryptic dialogue between a Zen priest and his disciple
禅林(ぜんりん-ze n ri n) Zen temple


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