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)
Kun-Yomi と(まる)(to(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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