1538-Jouyou-kanji “胴” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Trunk” or “Torso” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “胴”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “胴” means “Trunk”, “Plastron” or “Frame of drum” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "胴"

Jouyou Kanji “胴”

Jouyou Kanji "胴" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “胴” Stroke Order

Stroke # 10 Strokes
On-Yomi どう(dou)
Meanings Body, Trunk, Torso
Plastron(Used in Kendo for protecting one’s body)
Frame (of drum)

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

Words Meanings
胴揚げ or 胴上げ(どうあげ-do u a ge) Tossing (someone) into the air (in celebration)
胴着(どうぎ-do u gi) Singlet, Undergarment, Padded undershirt
胴体(どうたい-do u ta i) Body, Trunk, Torso, Fuselage
胴突き(どうづき-do u du ki) Ramming, Rammer, Key driving, Key driver
胴中(どうなか-do u na ka) Middle, Midriff, Midsection
胴震い(どうぶるい-do u bu ru i) Shivering
胴巻(どうまき-do u ma ki) Money belt
胴間声(どうまごえ-do u ma go e) Thick harsh voice, Deep bass voice
胴回り(どうまわり-do u ma wa ri) Waist, Girth
胴元(どうもと-do u mo to) Bookmaker, Boss, Chief, (Gambling) banker, Person who runs a gambling den
胴欲 or 胴慾(どうよく-do u yo ku) Avarice, Heartlessness, Greed
胴乱(どうらん-do u ra n) Case for botanical specimens, Satchel


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