1208-Jouyou-kanji “素” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Plain silk” or “White color” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “素”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “素” means “Origin”, “No additional element” or “Element (of chemical)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "素"

Jouyou Kanji “素”

Jouyou Kanji "素" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “素” Stroke Order

Stroke # 10 Strokes
On-Yomi そ(so)
Kun-Yomi もと(moto)
Meanings White silk, Plain silk
White, White color
Plain truth, Simple, Plain, Frank
Origin, Beginning, Base
Simple, Artless, Unsophisticated
No extra component, No additional element
Element (of chemical)

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

Words Meanings
素人(しろうと-shi ro u to) Amateur, Layman, Ordinary person, Novice
素足(すあし-su a shi) Bare feet
素顔(すがお-su ga o) Face with no make-up, Real face, Real nature, True self
素寒貧(すかんぴん-su ka n pi n) Penniless, Beggarly, Destitute person
素性(すじょう-su jo u) ① Birth, Parentage, Identity, ② One’s history, One’s past career
素手(すで-su de) Empty‐handed, Bare hands
素直(すなお-su na o) Honest, Obedient, Pure, Docile, Unprotesting
素裸(すはだか or すっぱだか-su ha da ka (or) su ppa da ka) Stark naked, Nudity, Nude, Nakedness
素面(すめん-su me n) ① Sober, ② Not wearing a face-protector (in kendo)
素浪人(すろうにん-su ro u ni n) Poor or lowly master-less samurai
素意(そい-so i) Long-standing desire, Long-held belief
素因(そいん-so i n) Primary cause, Basic factor, Diathesis
素因数(そいんすう-so i n su u) Prime factor


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