1563-Jouyou-kanji “頓” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Bow down” or “Put in order” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “頓”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “頓” means “Come to standstill”, “Be in trouble” or “Be distressed” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "頓"

Jouyou Kanji “頓”

Jouyou Kanji "頓" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “頓” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi とん(ton)
Kun-Yomi ぬか(ずく)(nukazu(ku))
Meanings Bow down, Sit on the ground and bow down
Be behind, Remain, Stop
Put in order, Fix
Stumble, Come to standstill, Be checked
Be in trouble, Be distressed
Suddenly, Hastily
Earnestly, Intently, Blindly

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

Words Meanings
頓興 or 頓狂(とんきょう-to n kyo u) Wild, Freakish, Madcap, Crazy, Hysterical
頓悟(とんご-to n go) Sudden enlightenment
頓挫(とんざ-to n za) Setback, Deadlock, Standstill, Impasse, Miscarriage
頓才(とんさい-to n sa i) Wit, Resourcefulness, Brainpower
頓死(とんし-to n shi) Sudden death, Unexpected death
頓着(とんじゃく or とんちゃく-to n ja ku (or) to n cha ku) Care about, Concern about, Pay regard to
頓首(とんしゅ-to n shu) (A term used at the end of a letter to show respect for receiver)
頓智 or 頓知(とんち-to n chi) Quick wit, Ready wit
頓痴気(とんちき-to n chi ki) Fool, Idiot, Numbskull, Dimwit, Dope
頓珍漢(とんちんかん-to n chi n ka n) Absurdity, Contradiction, Incoherence, Irrelevance
頓服(とんぷく-to n pu ku) Dose of medicine to be taken at a time, Potion
頓馬(とんま-to n ma) Stupid, Slow, Dumb, Obtuse, Dense, Dull, Dim, Foolish
整頓(せいとん-se i to n) Arrangement, Orderliness, Placement, Tidying up
停頓(ていとん-te i to n) Standstill, Deadlock, Stalemate, Set-back, Abeyance


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