1364-Jouyou-kanji “置” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Put” or “Place” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “置”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “置” means “Set up”, “Install” or “Place something” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "置"

Jouyou Kanji “置”

Jouyou Kanji "置" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “置” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi ち(chi)
Kun-Yomi お(く)(waka(i))
Meanings Put, Place, Lay, Leave
Set up, Install
Manage, Deal, Treat
Dispose, Put an end, Cease

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

Words Meanings
置き石(おきいし-o ki i shi) ① Decorative stone(set in a garden or pond), Placed stone for some purpose, ② Handicap go‐stone (go game)
置き手紙(おきてがみ-o ki te ga mi) Letter left behind, Note left behind
置き所(おきどころ-o ki do ko ro) Place to put something, Place where one put something
置き引き(おきびき-o ki bi ki) Luggage lifting, Luggage thief, Bag lifting
置き土産(おきみやげ-o ki mi ya ge) Parting present, Good‐by gift
置き物(おきもの-o ki mo no) ① Ornament, Decorative object, Object placed in a tokonoma, ② Figurehead, Leader without real power
置換(ちかん-chi ka n) Substitution, Replacement, Displacement, Permutation(Math)
置酒(ちしゅ-chi shu) Throwing a banquet, Banquet
安置(あんち-a n chi) ① Enshrinement, ② Placing the corpse
位置(いち-i chi) Place, Position, Location, Site
拘置(こうち-ko u chi) Detention, Jail, Prison, Confinement, Arrest
仕置(しおき-shi o ki) Punishment, Execution, Penalization
処置(しょち-sho chi) Treatment, Procedure, Action, Dealing with


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