1435-Jouyou-kanji “爪” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Nail” or “Claw” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “爪”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “爪” means “Nail”, “Hoof” or “Plectrum (for fingers)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "爪"

Jouyou Kanji “爪”

Jouyou Kanji "爪" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “爪” Stroke Order

Stroke # 4 Strokes
On-Yomi そう(sou)
Kun-Yomi つめ(tsume)
つま(tsuma)
Meanings Nail, Claw, Hoof
Plectrum (for fingers)

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

Words Meanings
爪印(そういん-so u i n) Thumb print
爪牙(そうが-so u ga) Claws and fangs, Stooge, Subordinate
爪痕(そうこん-so u ko n) Fingernail mark, Scratch
爪痕(つめあと-tsu me a to) Fingernail mark, Scratch, Scars (e.g. of war), Traces (of damage), Ravages
爪音(つまおと-tsu ma o to) Clang of hoofs, Sound of a koto
爪先(つまさき-tsu ma sa ki) Tiptoe, Toes, Toe of a shoe
爪先上がり(つまさきあがり-tsu ma sa ki a ga ri) Uphill path, Path or slope that becomes slowly steeper
爪弾き(つまはじき-tsu ma ha ji ki) Shunning, Ostracism, Exclusion, Rejection, Snub, Leaving (someone) out
爪弾き(つまびき-tsu ma bi ki) Playing with one’s fingers, Playing the samisen without the plectrum
爪楊枝(つまようじ-tsu ma yo u ji) Toothpick
爪を隠す(つめをかくす-tsu me wo ka ku su) To conceal one’s ability or knowledge

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