1212-Jouyou-kanji “疎” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Know little of” or “Be unacquainted” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “疎”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “疎” means “Dispersed”, “Slight” or “Be ignorant” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "疎"

Jouyou Kanji “疎”

Jouyou Kanji "疎" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “疎” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi そ(so)
しょ(sho)
Kun-Yomi うと(い)(uto(i))
うと(む)(uto(mu))
うろ(uro)
おろ(oro)
おろ(か)(oro(ka))
おろそ(か)(oroso(ka))
とお(す)(too(su))
とお(る)(too(ru))
まば(ら)(maba(ra))
Meanings Be ignorant, Know little of, Be unacquainted
Thin, Dispersed, Scattered
Pass through, Pierce, Penetrate
Neglect, Slight, Careless, Disregard
Part, Split, Divide

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

Words Meanings
疎音(そいん-so i n) Prolonged silence, Not to contact for a long time
疎遠(そえん-so e n) Estrangement, Alienation
疎開(そかい-so ka i) Evacuation
疎外(そがい-so ga i) Estrangement, Alienation
疎隔(そかく-so ka ku) Alienation
疎水(そすい-so su i) ① Canal, Drainage, Waterway, ② Hydrophobic
疎通(そつう-so tsu u) Mutual understanding
疎放(そほう-so ho u) Rough, Careless, Reckless
疎慢 or 粗慢(そまん-so ma n) Slipshod, Sloppy, Shoddy
疎密 or 粗密(そみつ-so mi tsu) Sparseness and density, Coarseness and fineness
疎明(そめい-so me i) Explanation, Prima facie evidence, Prima facie showing
疎略 or 粗略(そりゃく-so rya ku) Coarse, Crude, Rough, Careless, Negligent, Neglectful, Slighting
疎林(そりん-so ri n) Sparse woods, Open woodland, Open forest
疎漏(そろう-so ro u) Carelessness, Negligence, Oversight
空疎(くうそ-ku u so) Sparse, thin, Empty, Insubstantial
親疎(しんそ-shi n so) Degree of intimacy

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