1374-Jouyou-kanji “着” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Wear” or “Put on” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “着”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “着” means “Stick on”, “Settle down” or “Come to an end” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "着"

Jouyou Kanji “着”

Jouyou Kanji "着" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “着” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi ちゃく(chaku)
じゃく(jaku)
Kun-Yomi き(る)(ki(ru))
き(せる)(ki(seru))
つ(く)(tsu(ku))
つ(ける)(tsu(keru))
Meanings Wear, Put on
Stick on, Adhere
Arrive, Reach
Settle down
Begin, Start, Get to work
Be settled, Come to an end, Come to a settlement
Kimono
Unit word for counting clothes
Classifiers that count the order of arrival

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

Words Meanings
着替え(きがえ-ki ga e) Changing clothes, Spare clothes
着崩れ(きくずれ-ki ku zu re) Out‐of‐shape wearing
着心地(きごこち-ki go ko chi) One’s feeling in (clothings), Feeling when wearing something
着倒れ(きだおれ-ki da o re) Extravagance in dress, Ruining oneself by extravagance in dress
着た切り雀(きたきりすずめ-ki ta ki ri su zu me) Owning nothing except the clothes on one’s back
着丈(きたけ-ki ta ke) Dress length
着付け(きつけ-ki tsu ke) Dressing (esp. in kimono), Fitting, Helping someone get dressed
着道楽(きどうらく-ki do u ra ku) Having a weakness for fine clothes
着流し(きながし-ki na ga shi) Dressing in kimono without hakama (for a man), Dressing casually
着の身着の儘(きのみきのまま-ki no mi ki no ma ma) Having nothing but the clothes just wearing, Only the clothes one happens to wear
着映え(きばえ-ki ba e) Clothes which look good on a person
着古し(きふるし-ki fu ru shi) old clothes, Used clothes, worn‐out clothes, Cast‐off clothes
着物(きもの-ki mo no) ① Kimono, ② Clothing, Clothes

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