1422-Jouyou-kanji “珍” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Rare” or “Uncommon” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “珍”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “珍” means “Precious”, “Unusual” or “Rare and valuable” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "珍"

Jouyou Kanji “珍”

Jouyou Kanji "珍" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “珍” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi ちん(chin)
Kun-Yomi めずら(しい)(mezura(shii))
Meanings Rare, Unusual, Uncommon, Odd
Precious, Valuables
Value highly

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

Words Meanings
珍異(ちんい-chi n i) Strange, Novel, Curious, Weird and rare
珍果(ちんか-chi n ka) Unusual fruit, Rare fruit
珍客(ちんかく or ちんきゃく-chi n ka ku (or) chi n kya ku) Unexpected (but welcome) visitor, Rare guest
珍奇(ちんき-chi n ki) Strange, Rare, Novel, Curious
珍事(ちんじ-chi n ji) Strange incident, Unexpected event, Unusual occurrence, Rare event
珍種(ちんしゅ-chi n shu) Rare species
珍羞(ちんしゅう-chi n shu u) A rare and delicious feast, Uncommon and delicious meal
珍書(ちんしょ-chi n sho) Rare book
珍説(ちんせつ-chi n se tsu) Novel opinion
珍蔵(ちんぞう-chi n zo u) Treasuring something of value
珍重(ちんちょう-chi n cho u) ① Set a high value on, ② Think much of a person (used in a letter), ③ Celebrating word for something
珍品(ちんぴん-chi n pi n) Rare article
珍物(ちんぶつ-chi n bu tsu) Rare item
珍聞(ちんぶん-chi n bu n) Curious or extraordinary story or piece of news, Strange story

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