1343-Jouyou-kanji “端” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Edge” or “End” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “端”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “端” means “Fraction”, “Edge” or “Start point” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "端"

Jouyou Kanji “端”

Jouyou Kanji "端" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “端” Stroke Order

Stroke # 14 Strokes
On-Yomi たん(tan)
Kun-Yomi はし(hashi)
Meanings Right, Decent, Proper, Upright
Edge, End, Tip
Start point, Beginning, Clue
Fraction, Fragment, Odd
(Unit word for length of cloth)

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

Words Meanings
端渓(たんけい-ta n ke i) (Famous local area as a ink-stone production in China)
端倪(たんげい-ta n ge i) Conjecture, Surmise, Guess
端厳(たんげん-ta n ge n) Correct and solemn
端午(たんご-ta n go) The fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar, Boys’ Day celebration
端座(たんざ-ta n za) Sitting upright (properly)
端緒(たんしょ-ta n sho) Start, Beginning, First step, Clue
端正 or 端整(たんせい-ta n se i) Decent, Proper, Correct, Upright, Graceful, Handsome, Shapely, Clean-cut, Orderly, Neat
端然(たんぜん-ta n ze n) Correct, Neat, Straight, Upright
端艇 or 短艇(たんてい-ta n te i) Small boat
端的(たんてき-ta n te ki) Straightforward, Point-blank, Concise, Frank, Direct, Plain
端麗(たんれい-ta n re i) Fine-looking, Beautiful, Handsome, Graceful, Elegant
端唄(はうた-ha u ta) Short love song (popular in late Edo period)
端境期(はざかいき-ha za ka i ki) Off‐crop season, In‐between season, Preharvest months
端書き(はしがき-ha shi ga ki) Foreword, Preface, Introduction


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