1383-Jouyou-kanji “注” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Flow into” or “Pour into” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “注”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “注” means “Pay attention to”, “Attract people’s attention” or “Throw at a target” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "注"

Jouyou Kanji “注”

Jouyou Kanji "注" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “注” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi ちゅう(chuu)
Kun-Yomi そそ(ぐ)(soso(gu))
Meanings Flow into, Pour into, Fill
Pay attention to, Attract people’s attention
Annotation, Notes, Commentary
Stick, Join, Paste
Throw at a target

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

Words Meanings
注意(ちゅうい-chu u i) Attention, Notice, Warning, Heed
注解 or 註解(ちゅうかい-chu u ka i) Note, Annotation, Gloss, Commentary
注記 or 註記(ちゅうき-chu u ki) Annotation, Commentary, Explanatory note
注視(ちゅうし-chu u shi) Close observation, Gaze, Stare
注射(ちゅうしゃ-chu u sha) Injection, Shot
注釈 or 註釈(ちゅうしゃく-chu u sha ku) Annotation, Note, Remark
注進(ちゅうしん-chu u shi n) Reporting, Information
注水(ちゅうすい-chu u su i) Pouring water
注疏 or 註疏(ちゅうそ-chu u so) Commentary, Notes, Comments
注入(ちゅうにゅう-chu u nyu u) Pouring, Injection
注目(ちゅうもく-chu u mo ku) Attention, Observation, Remark, Notice
注文 or 註文(ちゅうもん-chu u mo n) Order, Request, Demand, Condition
注油(ちゅうゆ-chu u yu) Oiling, Lubrication
注連(ちゅうれん or しめ-chu u re n (or) shi me) Rope used to cordon off consecrated areas, Talisman against evil, Cordoning off, Cordoning-off sign


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