1301-Jouyou-kanji “帯” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Belt” or “Sash” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “帯”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “帯” means “Wear”, “Zone” or “Long and wide area” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "帯"

Jouyou Kanji “帯”

Jouyou Kanji "帯" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “帯” Stroke Order

Stroke # 10 Strokes
On-Yomi たい(tai)
Kun-Yomi おび(obi)
お(びる)(o(biru))
Meanings Obi(Used when wearing Kimono), Belt, Sash
Wear, Carry, Have
Area, Zone, Long and wide area

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

Words Meanings
帯紙(おびがみ-o bi ga mi) Paper strap, Wrapper band
帯皮(おびかわ-o bi ka wa) Leather belt, Cartridge or gun belt
帯止め or 帯留め(おびどめ-o bi do me) Sash clip, Sash fastener
帯に短し襷に長し(おびにみじかしたすきにながし-o bi ni mi ji ka shi ta su ki ni na ga shi) Be good for neither one thing nor the other, Too much for one and not enough for two, It’s good for neither this nor that
帯封(おびふう-o bi fu u) Wrapper, Wrapper band, Newspaper band, Bill strap, Currency strap
帯剣(たいけん-ta i ke n) Wearing a sword, Being armed with a sword
帯甲(たいこう-ta i ko u) Soldier in armor
帯刀(たいとう-ta i to u) Wearing a sword
帯同(たいどう-ta i do u) Taking (someone) along
一帯(いったい-i tta i) Stretch, All over, Whole area, Whole region
温帯(おんたい-o n ta i) Temperate zone
寒帯(かんたい-ka n ta i) Frigid zone
眼帯(がんたい-ga n ta i) Eyepatch, Eye bandage

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