1594-Jouyou-kanji “念” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Thought” or “Mind” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “念”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “念” means “Chant”, “Pay attention carefully” or “Keep in one’s mind” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "念"

Jouyou Kanji “念”

Jouyou Kanji "念" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “念” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi ねん(nen)
Kun-Yomi おも(う)(omo(u))
Meanings Think, Keep in one’s mind
Thought, Mind, Sense, Feeling
Chant, Recite
Pay attention carefully, Make sure, Remind

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

Words Meanings
念願(ねんがん-ne n ga n) One’s dearest wish, One’s heart’s desire
念持仏(ねんじぶつ-ne n ji bu tsu) Buddha statues for worshiping personally by putting around, Buddhist image used as jewellery or to decorate one’s home
念珠(ねんじゅ or ねんず-ne n ju (or) ne n zu) Buddhist rosary, String of prayer beads
念誦(ねんじゅ or ねんず-ne n ju (or) ne n zu) Invocation of Buddhist, Reciting the name of Buddha and praying for protection
念書(ねんしょ-ne n sho) Written pledge, Signed note of assurance, Letter of indemnity, Signed memorandum, Counter guarantee
念頭(ねんとう-ne n to u) One’s mind, One’s thoughts, Heed
念々(ねんねん-ne n ne n) Continually thinking about something
念々生滅(ねんねんしょうめつ) Continuous born and death, All phenomena occur and disappear from moment to moment
念仏(ねんぶつ-ne n bu tsu) Buddhist invocation, Prayer to Amitabha, Invocation Namu Amida Butsu
念仏往生(ねんぶつおうじょう-ne n bu tsu o u jo u) Being reborn in the Pure Land through the invocation of the Nembutsu
念仏三昧(ねんぶつざんまい-ne n bu tsu za n ma i) Praying devoutly to Amida Buddha
念力(ねんりき-ne n ri ki) Power of the will, Willpower, Psychokinesis
念慮(ねんりょ-ne n ryo) Intellection, Cerebration, Thinking, Thought, Mentation, Thought process


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