1565-Jouyou-kanji “鈍” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Blunt” or “Dull” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “鈍”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “鈍” means “Dark gray”, “Become Blunt” or “Become dull” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "鈍"

Jouyou Kanji “鈍”

Jouyou Kanji "鈍" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “鈍” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi どん(don)
Kun-Yomi にぶ(い)(nibu(i))
Meanings Dull, Stupid, Blunt, Dim
Become dull, Become Blunt
Dark gray

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

Words Meanings
鈍化(どんか-do n ka) Blunting, To get dull, Becoming dull, Slowing down
鈍角(どんかく-do n ka ku) Obtuse angle
鈍器(どんき-do n ki) Blunt instrument, Blunt weapon
鈍行(どんこう-do n ko u) Local train, Slow train
鈍根(どんこん-do n ko n) Slow-witted, Dull, Foolishness
鈍才(どんさい-do n sa i) Dull person, Dull‐witted person, Stupidity, Dullness, Idiot, Dummy
鈍重(どんじゅう-do n ju u) Sluggish, Dull, Blunt, Slow, Stolid
鈍痛(どんつう-do n tsu u) Dull pain, Slow pain
鈍刀(どんとう-do n to u) Dull sword, Blunt sword
鈍物(どんぶつ-do n bu tsu) Thickhead, Muggins, Sap, Saphead, Tomfool, Blockhead, Fool
鈍麻(どんま-do n ma) Torpor, Obtundation, Blunting
鈍磨(どんま-do n ma) Becoming dull (of a knife, one’s wits, etc), Becoming blunt
鈍利(どんり-do n ri) Bluntness and sharpness
鈍色(にびいろ-ni bi i ro) Dark gray color


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