1340-Jouyou-kanji “淡” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Pale” or “Faint” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “淡”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “淡” means “Light”, “No persistence” or “Light taste” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "淡"

Jouyou Kanji “淡”

Jouyou Kanji "淡" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “淡” Stroke Order

Stroke # 11 Strokes
On-Yomi たん(tan)
えん(en)
Kun-Yomi あわ(い)(awa(i))
うす(い)(usu(i))
Meanings Pale, Light, Faint
Frank, Indifferent, No persistence
Light taste, Not salty

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

Words Meanings
淡海(あわうみ-a wa u i) Lake
淡雪(あわゆき-a wa yu ki) Light snow, Light snowfall (in spring)
淡湖(たんこ-ta n ko) Freshwater lake
淡交(たんこう-ta n ko u) Light relationship, Relationship between man of virtue
淡紅色(たんこうしょく-ta n ko u sho ku) Pink
淡彩(たんさい-ta n sa i) Light color, Tint color, Weak color, Tint
淡粧(たんしょう-ta n sho u) Light makeup
淡水(たんすい-ta n su i) Fresh water
淡々(たんたん-ta n ta n) Uninterested, Unconcerned, Indifferent, Dispassionate, Matter-of-fact, Detached
淡泊(たんぱく-ta n pa ku) Light (color, taste etc), Simple, Plain
淡味(たんみ-ta n mi) Light flavor
枯淡(こたん-ko ta n) ① Simple personality, ② Elegant simplicity, Refined simplicity
恬淡(てんたん-te n ta n) Disinterested, Unselfish, Indifferent, Detached
濃淡(のうたん-no u ta n) Depth (of flavor), Complexity, Strength and weakness (of flavor), Tint, Intensity, Light and shade
平淡(へいたん-he i ta n) Simple, Quiet, Tranquility
冷淡(れいたん-re i ta n) Lack of interest, Cold-hearted, Heartless, Unkind

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