1555-Jouyou-kanji “独” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Lonely” or “Only oneself” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “独”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “独” means “One person”, “Single person” or “Germany” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "独"

Jouyou Kanji “独”

Jouyou Kanji "独" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “独” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi どく(doku)
Kun-Yomi ひと(り)(hito(ri))
Meanings Only oneself, Lonely, One person
Bachelor, Spinster, Single person
Itself, Only it
Special, Unique
Germany–(Japanese kanji “独逸” means Germany)

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

Words Meanings
独楽(こま-ko ma) Spinning top, Teetotum, Whirligig, Top
独逸(どいつ-do i tsu) Germany
独往(どくおう-do ku o u) Independence, Going on one’s own way
独学(どくがく-do ku ga ku) Self-education, Self-instruction, Self-study
独眼竜(どくがんりゅう-do ku ga n ryu u) ① One-eyed dragon, ② One-eyed man, One-eyed great man
独吟(どくぎん-do ku gi n) Solo recitation (of traditional poetry, noh verse, etc), Vocal solo
独語(どくご-do ku go) ① German language, ② Monologue, Soliloquy
独座(どくざ-do ku za) Sitting alone
独裁(どくさい-do ku sa i) Autocracy, Absolutism, Dictatorship, Despotism
独自(どくじ-do ku ji) Original, Unique, Distinctive, Characteristic, Peculiar
独酌(どくしゃく-do ku sha ku) Drinking alone, Solitary drinking
独習 or 独修(どくしゅう-do ku shu u) Self-study, Self-teaching
独唱(どくしょう-do ku sho u) Vocal solo
独身(どくしん-do ku shi n) Bachelorhood, Single, Spinster, Unmarried, Celibate


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