1263-Jouyou-kanji “足” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Foot” or “Leg” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “足”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “足” means “Paw”, “Money” or “Enough value to do” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "足"

Jouyou Kanji “足”

Jouyou Kanji "足" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “足” Stroke Order

Stroke # 7 Strokes
On-Yomi そく(soku)
Kun-Yomi あし(ashi)
Meanings Leg, Foot, Paw
Enough, Sufficient
Add, Attach
Enough value to do
Unit word for counting pair of shoes, boots etc

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

Words Meanings
足音(あしおと-a shi o to) Footstep
足掛り(あしがかり-a shi ga ka ri) Footing, Foothold, Toehold, Stepping stone
足掛け(あしかけ-a shi ka ke) ① Foothold, Pedal, ② Leg trip(Sumo), ③ Precedes a number of weeks, months or years
足枷(あしかせ-a shi ka se) Fetters, Shackles, Hobbles, Encumbrance
足固め(あしがため-a shi ga ta me) ① Walking practice, Leg-strengthening , ② Groundwork, Preparation, ③ Leg hold(Wrestling, Judo)
足軽(あしがる-a shi ga ru) Foot soldier, Common foot soldier
足癖(あしくせ-a shi ku se) One’s manner of walking
足首(あしくび-a shi ku bi) Ankle
足蹴(あしげ-a shi ge) Kicking
足摺り(あしずり-a shi zu ri) Stamping or scraping one’s feet
足駄(あしだ-a shi da) High clogs, Rain clogs
足代(あしだい-a shi da i) Travel expenses
足溜り(あしだまり-a shi da ma ri) ① Base of operations, ② Foothold
足継ぎ(あしつぎ-a shi tsu gi) Stool, Stepladder
足手纏い(あしでまとい-a shi de ma to i) Impediment, Burden, Encumbrance, Hindrance


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