1362-Jouyou-kanji “痴” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Silly” or “Stupid” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “痴”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “痴” means “Lose one’s head”, “Forget oneself in” or “Foolish” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "痴"

Jouyou Kanji “痴”

Jouyou Kanji "痴" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “痴” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi ち(chi)
Kun-Yomi おろ(か)(oro(ka))
Meanings Silly, Stupid, Foolish
Forget oneself in, Lose one’s head, Be absorbed in
Can’t see one’s around by absorbed one’s mind

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

Words Meanings
痴漢(ちかん-chi ka n) Molester, Groper, Masher, Pervert, Stupid man
痴愚(ちぐ-chi gu) Stupidity, Imbecility, Idiocy
痴情(ちじょう-chi jo u) Blind love, Foolish passion, Infatuation
痴人(ちじん-chi ji n) Dunce, Fool, Idiot
痴態(ちたい-chi ta i) Silliness, Indulgence, Tomfoolery, Folly, Craziness, Foolery, Lunacy
痴鈍(ちどん-chi do n) Dull-witted, Stupid
痴呆(ちほう-chi ho u) Dementia
痴話(ちわ-chi wa) Lovers talk, Sweet nothings, Honeyed words
音痴(おんち-o n chi) Tone deafness, Amusia, Music deafness, Melody deafness, Having no ear for music
愚痴(ぐち-gu chi) Complaint, Grumble, Murmur
白痴(はくち-ha ku chi) Idiot, Retard, Idiocy, Profound mental retardation


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