1451-Jouyou-kanji “停” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Halt” or “Cease” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “停”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “停” means “Be delayed”, “Put an end” or “Don’t go forward” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "停"

Jouyou Kanji “停”

Jouyou Kanji "停" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “停” Stroke Order

Stroke # 11 Strokes
On-Yomi てい(tei)
ちょう(chou)
Kun-Yomi と(まる)(to(maru))
とど(まる)(todo(maru))
Meanings Stop, Halt, Cease
Be delayed, Be behind, Don’t go forward
Put an end, Discontinue, Quit

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

Words Meanings
停会(ていかい-te i ka i) Adjournment, Suspension of a meeting, Recess of legislature
停学(ていがく-te i ga ku) Suspension from school
亭午(ていご-te i go) Middle of the day, Twelve noon, Noontide, Noonday, Noon, High noon, Midday
停止(ていし-te i shi) Halt, Hang-up, Stoppage, Break, Pause, Standstill, Shutdown
停車(ていしゃ-te i sha) Stoppage, Stop, Stopping
停車場(ていしゃば-te i sha ba) Depot, Station, Terminal
停職(ていしょく-te i sho ku) Suspension from office
停船(ていせん-te i se n) Stoppage of ship
停戦(ていせん-te i se n) Cease‐fire, Armistice, Truce
停滞(ていたい-te i ta i) Stagnation, Tie-up, Standstill, Congestion, Delay
停電(ていでん-te i de n) Power outage, Electricity outage, Blackout, Failure of electricity supply
停頓(ていとん-te i to n) Deadlock, Stagnation, Standstill, Stalemate, Set-back, Abeyance
停泊 or 碇泊(ていはく-te i ha ku) Anchorage, Anchoring, Mooring
停留(ていりゅう-te i ryu u) Stoppage, Halt, Retention
停留所 or 停留場(ていりゅうじょ-te i ryu u jo) Stop, Station, Stopping place, Terminal, Depot

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