1475-Jouyou-kanji “点” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Spot” or “Little dot” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “点”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “点” means “Punctuation mark”, “Turn on” or “Look over” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "点"

Jouyou Kanji “点”

Jouyou Kanji "点" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “点” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi てん(ten)
Kun-Yomi つ(ける)(tsu(keru))
Meanings Little dot, Spot, Point
Punctuation mark
Burn, Light, Turn on
Examine, Inspect, Overhaul
Correct, Look over
Drop, Dripping
Word for indicating place or location etc
Word for counting things
Evaluation word for the results of things

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

Words Meanings
点火(てんか-te n ka) Firing, Lighting, Ignition
点画(てんかく-te n ka ku) Dots and strokes of a kanji character
点画(てんが-te n ga) Stippling
点額(てんがく-te n ga ku) Failed the examination, To fail an exam
点眼(てんがん-te n ga n) Dropping medicine in the eyes
点景 or 添景(てんけい-te n ke i) A person or an animal added to a picture, Incidental details of a picture
点検(てんけん-te n ke n) Inspection,Examination, Checking
点呼(てんこ-te n ko) Roll call, Muster
点在(てんざい-te n za i) Being dotted about, Being scattered, Being interspersed
点字(てんじ-te n ji) Braille
点者(てんじゃ-te n ja) Critic of haiku poetry
点心(てんしん-te n shi n) Zen monk’s early morning meal, Refreshment, Cakes, Simple Chinese food, Dim sum
点数(てんすう-te n su u) ① Points, Score, Marks, ② Number of items, Number of articles
点睛(てんせい-te n se i) Adding eyes and other finishing touches to an animal painting, Insertion of the eye (in a picture of a man or an animal)
点線(てんせん-te n se n) Dotted line, Perforated line


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