1421-Jouyou-kanji “沈” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Sink” or “Go down” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “沈”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “沈” means “Feel depressed”, “Be drowned” or “Be reduced to poverty” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "沈"

Jouyou Kanji “沈”

Jouyou Kanji "沈" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “沈” Stroke Order

Stroke # 7 Strokes
On-Yomi ちん(chin)
じん(jin)
しん(shin)
Kun-Yomi しず(む)(shizu(mu))
しず(める)(shizu(meru))
Meanings Sink, Go down, Be drowned
(Sun) set
Feel depressed
Be dull, Inactive, Stagnant, Be delayed
Fall low, Be reduced to poverty
Still, Calm

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

Words Meanings
沈丁花(じんちょうげ-ji n cho u ge) Winter daphne, Sweet-smelling bay tree
沈鬱(ちんうつ-chi n tsu u) Melancholy, Depression, Gloom, Blue, Grim
沈下(ちんか-chi n ka) Subsidence, Depression, Settlement, Gravitation, Sinkage
沈金(ちんきん-chi n ki n) Gold-inlaid lacquerware (using powdered gold in etched grooves)
沈吟(ちんぎん-chi n gi n) ① Recite quietly, Sing quietly, ② Thinking quietly, Ponder quietly
沈厚(ちんこう-chi n ko u) Tolerant and majestic, Thoughtful and dignified
沈降(ちんこう-chi n ko u) Precipitation, Sedimentation, Sinking, Submerging
沈香(ちんこう or じんこう-chi n ko u (or) ji n ko u) Aloes‐wood, Agilawood, Agalloch
沈思(ちんし-chi n shi) Contemplation, Meditation
沈酔(ちんすい-chi n su i) Very drunk, To become heavily intoxicated with alcohol
沈睡(ちんすい-chi n su i) Deep sleep, Sound sleep, Profound sleep
沈静(ちんせい-chi n se i) Settle down, Cool off, Simmer down, Cool it, Chill out, Calm down
沈積(ちんせき-chi n se ki) Sedimentation, Deposition
沈設(ちんせつ-chi n se tsu) Installation in water

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