1542-Jouyou-kanji “道” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Road” or “Way” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “道”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “道” means “Method”, “Right way” or “Instruct” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "道"

Jouyou Kanji “道”

Jouyou Kanji "道" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “道” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi どう(dou)
とう(tou)
Kun-Yomi みち(michi)
みちび(く)(michibi(ku))
い(う)(i(u))
Meanings Way, Road, Street, Path
Method, How to, Way
Reasonable, Reason, Right way, Moral principles
Taoism, Buddhist teachings
Recite, Advocate, Narrate
Lead, Guide, Instruct
One of administrative division
Art, Science, Learning, Study

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

Words Meanings
道家(どうけ-do u ke) Taoist
道学(どうがく-do u ga ku) Moral philosophy
道学先生(どうがくせんせい-do u ga ku se n se i) Inflexible Scholar, A person who preaches only morals and reason without knowing any world event
道義(どうぎ-do u gi) Morality, Moral principles
道義心(どうぎしん-do u gi shi n) Conscience, Moral sense
道教(どうきょう-do u kyo u) Taoism
道具(どうぐ-do u gu) Tool, Instrument, Utensil, Implement, Apparatus, Device
道化(どうけ-do u ke) Drollery, Antics, Buffoonery, Clowning
道化師(どうけし-do u ke shi) Clown, Buffoon
道士(どうし-do u shi) Taoist, Non-christian priest, Priest, Monk
道術(どうじゅつ-do u ju tsu) Wizardry, Secret of immortality
道場(どうじょう-do u jo u) Exercise hal, Training hall, Dojo, Hall used for martial arts training
道心(どうしん-do u shi n) ① Mind of pursuing Buddhism, ② Moral sense, Moral sentiment, Conscience
道人(どうじん-do u ji n) ① Person who is learning Buddhism, Person who has become a priest, ② Person who practiced Taoism

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