1338-Jouyou-kanji “胆” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Gallbladder” or “Bold” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “胆”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “胆” means “Bold”, “Vigor” or “Guts” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "胆"

Jouyou Kanji “胆”

Jouyou Kanji "胆" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “胆” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi たん(tan)
とう(tou)
Kun-Yomi きも(kimo)
Meanings Gallbladder
Bold, Courage, Vigor, Pluck, Guts
Mind, Intention

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

Words Meanings
胆気(たんき-ta n ki) Courage, Guts, Nerves of steel, Courageousness, Braveness
胆汁(たんじゅう-ta n ju u) Bile, Gall
胆汁質(たんじゅうしつ-ta n ju u shi tsu) Choleric temperament, Bilious temperament
胆石(たんせき-ta n se ki) Gallstones, Cholelith, Biliary calculus
胆大心小(たんだいしんしょう-ta n da i shi n sho u) Being bold and courageous, but also careful and meticulous
胆嚢(たんのう-ta n no u) Gall bladder
胆略(たんりゃく-ta n rya ku) Courage and resourcefulness
胆力(たんりょく-ta n ryo ku) Courageousness, braveness, bravery
臥薪嘗胆(がしんしょうたん-ga shi n sho u ta n) Enduring unspeakable hardships for the sake of vengeance
肝胆(かんたん-ka n ta n) One’s inmost heart, One’s inner being
豪胆(ごうたん-go u ta n) Valor, Bold, Daring, Dauntless, Intrepid, Stout-hearted
魂胆(こんたん-ko n ta n) Ulterior motive, Underlying motive, Underhand scheme
心胆(しんたん-shi n ta n) Spirit, Heart, Bosom
大胆(だいたん-da i ta n) Bold, Daring, Audacious
落胆(らくたん-ra ku ta n) Despond, Disappointment, Discouragement, Despondency, Dejection

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