1498-Jouyou-kanji “刀” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Sword” or “Cutlery” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “刀”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “刀” means “Sword”, “Cutlery” or “Small boat” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "刀"

Jouyou Kanji “刀”

Jouyou Kanji "刀" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “刀” Stroke Order

Stroke # 2 Strokes
On-Yomi とう(tou)
Kun-Yomi かたな(katana)
Meanings Sword, Cutlery
Coin which shape is like a sword(this type of coins were used in ancient China)
Small boat

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

Words Meanings
刀折れ矢尽く(かたなおれやつく-ka ta na ore ya tsu ku) To exhaust all one’s options, No more measures for fighting further
刀鍛冶(かたなかじ-ka ta na ka ji) Swordsmith
刀袈(とうか-to u ka) Sword rack
刀圭(とうけい-to u ke i) ① Spoon for preparing medicine, ② Practice of medicine, Doctor
刀剣(とうけん-to u ke n) Sword
刀痕(とうこん-to u ko n) Sword scar
刀自(とうじ or とじ-to u ji (or) to ji) Lady, Matron, Mistress, Housekeeper
刀匠(とうしょう-to u sho u) Swordsmith
刀身(とうしん-to u shi n) Sword blade
刀俎(とうそ-to u so) Cooking knife and Cooking board
刀創(とうそう-to u so u) Sword wound, Sword cut
刀槍(とうそう-to u so u) sword and spear, Arms
刀筆(とうひつ-to u hi tsu) Writing brush and knife
刀筆の吏(とうひつのり-to u hi tsu no ri) Minor writing official


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