1619-Jouyou-kanji “敗” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Lose” or “Be beaten” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “敗”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “敗” means “Go wrong”, “Go bad” or “Losing a battle (competition or war and so on)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "敗"

Jouyou Kanji “敗”

Jouyou Kanji "敗" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “敗” Stroke Order

Stroke # 11 Strokes
On-Yomi はい(hai)
Kun-Yomi やぶ(れる)(yabu(reru))
やぶ(る)(yabu(ru))
ま(ける)(ma(keru))
Meanings Beat, Defeat
Lose, Be beaten
Fail, Go wrong
Rot, Go bad, Decay

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

Words Meanings
敗因(はいいん-ha i i n) Cause of defeat
敗屋 or 廃屋(はいおく-ha i o ku) Dilapidated house, Deserted house
敗家 or 廃家(はいか-ha i ka) ① Deserted house, Ruined house, ② Abolished families, Extinct family
敗軍(はいぐん-ha i gu n) Defeated army
敗軍の将は兵を語らず(はいぐんのしょうはへいをかたらず-ha i gu n no sho u wa he i wo ka ta ra zu) A defeated general should not talk of battles, Don’t make excuses for your failures, A defeated general should not talk of strategy
敗血症(はいけつしょう-ha i ke tsu sho u) Blood poisoning, Septicemia, Sepsis
敗残(はいざん-ha i za n) ① Survival after defeat, ② Downfall, Ruin, Ruination
敗死(はいし-ha i shi) Dying in a lost battle
敗衄(はいじく-ha i ji ku) Being defeated
敗者(はいしゃ-ha i sha) Loser, Defeated person, The defeated
敗将(はいしょう-ha i sho u) Defeated general
敗色(はいしょく-ha i sho ku) Signs of defeat

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