1223-Jouyou-kanji “相” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Each other” or “Mutually” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “相”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “相” means “State of things (such as liquid, circumstance etc)”, “Minister” or “Each other” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "相"

Jouyou Kanji “相”

Jouyou Kanji "相" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “相” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi そう(sou)
しょう(shou)
Kun-Yomi あい(ai)
さが(saga)
たす(ける)(tasu(keru))
み(る)(mi(ru))
ありさま(arisama)
Meanings Mutually, Each other
State, Condition, Circumstance
Assist, Help, Assistant, Aide
Minister
Look, Observe, Watch detail, Foretell, Predict
Mate, Partner

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

Words Meanings
相生(あいおい-a i o i) ① Growing together, Growing from the same root, ② Live long until the couple grows older together
相老い(あいおい-a i o i) Growing old together
相方(あいかた-a i ka ta) Partner, Companion
相客(あいきゃく-a i kya ku) Fellow guest, Person sharing the table (or room etc) with one
相性(あいしょう-a i sho u) Affinity, Compatibility, Congeniality
相槌(あいづち-a i du chi) Companion hammer, Interjections indicating that one is paying attention on the story
相手(あいて-a i te) Companion, Partner
相弟子(あいでし-a i de shi) Fellow pupil
相乗り(あいのり-a i no ri) Ride together, Carpool, Ride sharing
相棒(あいぼう-a i bo u) Pal, Buddy, Sidekick, Partner, Brother
相宿(あいやど-a i ya do) Staying in the same inn (or hotel), Rooming together
相嫁(あいよめ-a i yo me) Wives of brothers
相印(しょういん-sho u i n) Seals of ministers

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