1577-Jouyou-kanji “二” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Two” or “Second” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “二”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “二” means “Double faced”, “Two times” or “Divide into two” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "二"

Jouyou Kanji “二”

Jouyou Kanji "二" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “二” Stroke Order

Stroke # 2 Strokes
On-Yomi に(ni)
Kun-Yomi ふた(futa)
Meanings Two
Second, Next
Again, Two times
Divide into two

Kanji words which contain Kanji “二”, and their meanings

Words Meanings
二院(にいん-ni i n) Two houses of legislature, Two legislative chambers
二院制度(にいんせいど-ni i n se i do) Bicameral system
二王 or 仁王(におう-ni o u) Two Deva kings, Guardian gods of Buddhism who stand at the entrance of a Buddhist temple
二王立ち or 仁王立ち(におうだち-ni o u da chi) Daunting pose, Imposing stance
二王門 or 仁王門(におうもん-ni o u mo n) Deva gate, Temple gate guarded by fierce Deva Kings, Temple gate of the Nio
二階から目薬(にかいからめぐすり-ni ka i ka ra me gu su ri) ① Frustratingly difficult task, ② Quite useless, Totally ineffective
二期作(にきさく-ni ki sa ku) Semiannual crop, Double‐cropping
二元論(にげんろん-ni ge n ro n) Dualism
二更(にこう-ni ko u) Second watch (approx. 9pm to 11pm)
二言(にごん-ni go n) Double tongue, Duplicity
二三(にさん-ni sa n) A few, Some, A little, Two or three
二次元(にじげん-ni ji ge n) Two dimensions, Two dimension


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