1392-Jouyou-kanji “丁” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Come across” or “Adult male” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “丁”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “丁” means “Come across”, “Man servant” or “Even numbers on dice” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "丁"

Jouyou Kanji “丁”

Jouyou Kanji "丁" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “丁” Stroke Order

Stroke # 2 Strokes
On-Yomi ちょう(chou)
Kun-Yomi あ(たる)(a(taru))
Meanings Come across, Meet
Adult male
Man servant
Even numbers on dice
Denmark (in Japan, Denmark is written “丁抹” in kanji)
Unit word for counting paper sheets on a book
Unit word for counting Tofu(豆腐)
Unit word for counting gun, rifle etc
Unit for measuring length (1丁 is about 109 meter)

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

Words Meanings
丁銀(ちょうぎん-cho u gi n) Chougin (Edo-period silver coin shaped like a sea cucumber)
丁子(ちょうじ-cho u ji) Caryophyllus, Clove
丁数(ちょうすう-cho u su u) ① Number of leaves (of a book), ② Even number
丁半(ちょうはん-cho u ha n) Even and odd numbers (on dice), Gambling
丁幾(ちんき-chi n ki) Tincture
丁字形(ていじけい-te i ji ke i) T-shaped
丁定規 or 丁定木(ていじょうぎ-te i jo u gi) T-square (technical drawing instrument)
丁字路(ていじろ-te i ji ro) T junction, Three‐forked road
丁重(ていちょう-te i cho u) Polite, Courteous, Hospitable
丁寧(ていねい-te i ne i) Polite, Courteous, Civil, Respectful, Mannerly
丁寧語(ていねいご-te i ne i go) Polite expression
丁年(ていねん-te i ne n) Adulthood (i.e. age 20 in Japan), One’s majority
丁稚(でっち-de cchi) Apprentice, Shop boy


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