1309-Jouyou-kanji “滞” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Stay” or “Remain” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “滞”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “滞” means “Be overdue”, “Be in areas” or “Be stagnant” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "滞"

Jouyou Kanji “滞”

Jouyou Kanji "滞" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “滞” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi たい(tai)
Kun-Yomi とどこお(る)(todokoo(ru))
Meanings Be overdue, Be in areas, Accumulate, Be stagnant
Stay, Remain

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

Words Meanings
滞欧(たいおう-ta i o u) Staying in Europe
滞貨(たいか-ta i ka) Accumulation of undelivered goods, Piles of dead stock, Freight congestion, Stockpile
滞京(たいきょう-ta i kyo u) Staying in the capital, Staying in Tokyo
滞空(たいくう-ta i ku u) Duration of flight, Stay in air
滞在(たいざい-ta i za i) Stay, Sojourn
滞積(たいせき-ta i se ki) Silting, Deposition, Deposit, Accumulation, Piling up
滞日(たいにち-ta i ni chi) Staying in Japan
滞納(たいのう-ta i no u) Arrearage, Default, Delinquency, Nonpayment
滞留(たいりゅう-ta i ryu u) ① Stagnation, Standstill, Accumulation, Pile-up, ② Stay, Sojourn
延滞(えんたい-e n ta i) Delay, Arrears, Overdue, Procrastination
渋滞(じゅうたい-ju u ta i) Traffic jam, Traffic congestion, Delay, Retardation, Stagnation
沈滞(ちんたい-chi n ta i) Inactivity, Inaction, Inactivity, Inactiveness, Stagnation, Doldrums
停滞(ていたい-te i ta i) Stagnation, Tie-up, Standstill, Congestion, Retention


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