1490-Jouyou-kanji “渡” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Across” or “Go over” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “渡”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “渡” means “Transfer”, “Hand over” or “Build (a bridge over a river)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "渡"

Jouyou Kanji “渡”

Jouyou Kanji "渡" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “渡” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi と(to)
Kun-Yomi わた(る)(wata(ru))
Meanings Cross, Go over, Sail, Across
Hand over, Transfer, Deliver
Build (a bridge over a river)
Ferry, Landing stage

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

Words Meanings
渡欧(とおう-to o u) Going to Europe, Trip to Europe
渡河(とか-to ka) Crossing a river
渡海(とかい-to ka i) Crossing the sea
渡御(とぎょ-to gyo) ① Transferral of a sacred object from its place of enshrinement, ② Imperial procession
渡航(とこう-to ko u) Voyage, Passage, Traveling
渡津(としん-to shi n) The area where a road crosses a river
渡世(とせい-to se i) Living, Means of living, Business, Trade, Occupation
渡米(とべい-to be i) Going to the United States
渡来(とらい-to ra i) Coming over (from abroad)
渡し場(わたしば-wa ta shi ba) Ferry
渡し守(わたしもり-wa ta shi mo ri) Ferryman
渡殿(わたどの-wa ta do no) Roofed corridor connecting two buildings
渡り合う(わたりあう-wa ta ri a u) To fight (with), To cross swords, To compete (with), To argue (with), To have an argument, To have a dispute
渡り歩く(わたりあるく-wa ta ri a ru ku) Wander from place to place, To change jobs
渡り鳥(わたりどり-wa ta ri do ri) ① Migratory bird, Bird of passage, ② Rover, Roamer, Wanderer


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