1350-Jouyou-kanji “断” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Cut off” or “Give up” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “断”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “断” means “Break off”, “Determine” or “Excuse oneself from” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "断"

Jouyou Kanji “断”

Jouyou Kanji "断" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “断” Stroke Order

Stroke # 11 Strokes
On-Yomi だん(dan)
Kun-Yomi ことわ(る)(kotowa(ru))
た(つ)(ta(tsu))
さだ(める)(sada(meru))
Meanings Cut off, Give up, Break off, Root out
Decide, Determine, Settle, Make up one’s mind
Certainly, surely, Absolutely
Decline, Refuse, Excuse oneself from

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

Words Meanings
断案(だんあん-da n a n) Conclusion, Final decision, Determination
断雲(だんうん-da n u n) Torn clouds
断崖(だんがい-da n ga i) Precipice, Cliff, Bluff, Escarpment
断機の戒め(だんきのいましめ-da n ki no i ma shi me) Commandment of breakage, Commandment not to stop things in the middle
断橋(だんきょう-da n kyo u) Broken Bridge
断金の交わり(だんきんのまじわり-da n ki n no ma ji wa ri) Eternal friendship, Sworn friends, Close friends
断言(だんげん-da n ge n) Affirmation, Assertion, Declaration
断固(だんこ-da n ko) Firm, Determined, Resolute, Conclusive
断交(だんこう-da n ko u) Breaking off relations, Rupture, Sever
断行(だんこう-da n ko u) Decisive action, Carrying out, Resolute enforcement, Execution
断獄(だんごく-da n go ku) Trying of a crime, Conviction, Condemnation to death by beheading
断罪(だんざい-da n za i) Conviction, Condemnation, Beheading, Decapitation

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