1584-Jouyou-kanji “入” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Enter” or “Come in” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “入”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “入” means “Join”, “Get in” or “Break into” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "入"

Jouyou Kanji “入”

Jouyou Kanji "入" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “入” Stroke Order

Stroke # 2 Strokes
On-Yomi にゅう(nyuu)
Kun-Yomi い(る)(i(ru))
Meanings Enter, Come in, Get in, Break into
Profit, Gain, Income, Earning
(A word that counts the number of times the dye is applied when dyeing an object)

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

Words Meanings
入相(りあい-i ri a i) Sunset, Sundown, Eventide, Evening
入り会い地(いりあいち-i ri a i chi) Area where shared by village people
入り江(いりえ-i ri e) Inlet, Cove, Creek, Bay, Embayment
入り母屋(いりもや-i ri mo ya) Half-hipped roof
入れ子(いれこ-i re ko) ① Cavity, Core insert, Insert, ② Encasement, Nesting, Nest of boxes
入れ墨 or 刺青(いれずみ-i re zu mi) Tattoo
入れ知恵(いれぢえ-i re ji e) Giving an idea or knowledge to a person before some event
入れ歯(いれば-i re ba) Artificial tooth, False tooth, Denture
入魂 or 昵懇(じっこん-ji kko n) Intimacy, Familiarity, Closeness
入水(じゅすい-ju su i) Suicidal drowning
入内(じゅだい-nyu u da n) Formal entering of a woman who will become an Empress, Chugu, or Nyogo into Palace
入院(にゅういん-nyu u i n) Hospitalization, Admission, Hospital admission, Hospital confinement, Hospital stay
入営(にゅうえい-nyu u e i) Entering the barracks, Enlistment


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