1411-Jouyou-kanji “徴” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Omen” or “Symptom” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “徴”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “徴” means “Collect”, “Charge” or “Summon” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "徴"

Jouyou Kanji “徴”

Jouyou Kanji "徴" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “徴” Stroke Order

Stroke # 14 Strokes
On-Yomi ちょう(chou)
ち(chi)
Kun-Yomi め(す)(me(su))
しるし(shirushi)
Meanings Summon, Call, Send for
Sign, Omen, Symptom
Collect, Charge

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

Words Meanings
徴候 or 兆候(ちょうこう-cho u ko u) Sign, Indication, Omen, Symptom
徴収(ちょうしゅう-cho u shu u) Collection (of fees, taxes, etc)
徴集(ちょうしゅう-cho u shu u) Compulsory enlistment, Recruitment, Conscription
徴証(ちょうしょう-cho u sho u) Evidence, Proof, Ground of evidence
徴税(ちょうぜい-cho u ze i) Tax collection, Taxation
徴発(ちょうはつ-cho u ha tsu) Confiscation, Requisition, Embargo, Impressment, Commandeering, Annexation
徴兵(ちょうへい-cho u he i) Enlistment, Draft, Conscription
徴募(ちょうぼ-cho u bo) Enlistment, Recruitment, Conscription
徴用(ちょうよう-cho u yo u) Drafting, Requisition, Impressment, Commandeering, Expropriation
象徴(しょうちょう-sho u cho u) Emblem, Icon, Image, Instance, Metaphor, Symbol
増徴(ぞうちょう-zo u cho u) Collection of additional taxes
追徴(ついちょう-tsu i cho u) Penalty collection, Additional collection, Subsequent collection, Supplementary charge
特徴(とくちょう-to ku cho u) Features, Peculiarity, Characteristic, Distinction
変徴(へんちょう-he n cho u) (Note a semitone below the fourth degree of the Chinese and Japanese pentatonic scale)

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