1418-Jouyou-kanji “直” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Direct” or “Right away” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “直”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “直” means “Repair”, “At once” or “Be on (night) duty” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "直"

Jouyou Kanji “直”

Jouyou Kanji "直" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “直” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi ちょく(choku)
じき(jiki)
ち(chi)
Kun-Yomi ただ(ちに)(tada(chini))
なお(す)(nao(su))
なお(る)(nao(ru))
じか(jika)
ただ(tada)
ひた(hita)
すぐ(sugu)
あたい(atai)
Meanings Straight, Honest, Right, Obedient, Gentle
Correct, Straighten, Repair, Reform, Restore
Take charge of, Undertake, face
Be on (night) duty, Keep watch
Price, Value, Worth
At once, Immediately, Right away
Directly
Earnestly, Eagerly

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

Words Meanings
直参(じきさん-ji ki sa n) Immediate follower (of the shogun)
直々(じきじき-ji ki ji ki) Directly, Personally
直訴(じきそ-ji ki so) Direct appeal
直奏(じきそう-ji ki so u) Direct report to the throne
直談(じきだん-ji ki da n) Personal account (of), Direct talks
直伝(じきでん-ji ki de n) Direct transmission (of mystery, skill, secret, etc), Initiation
直披(じきひ-ji ki hi) Personal, Confidential (letter)
直話(じきわ-ji ki wa) Account one heard from someone at first hand, Story one had direct from somebody
直営(ちょくえい-cho ku e i) Direct management, Direct undertaking
直往(ちょくおう-cho ku o u) Going unhesitatingly forward
直音(ちょくおん-cho ku o n) Single-kana sound
直撃(ちょくげき-cho ku ge ki) Direct hit, Direct stroke
直言(ちょくげん-cho ku ge n) Plain speaking, Straight talk, Speaking frankly
直後(ちょくご-cho ku go) Immediately following, Just after

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