1620-Jouyou-kanji “廃” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Discard” or “Waste” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “廃”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “廃” means “Go out of use”, “Repeal” or “Put an end” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "廃"

Jouyou Kanji “廃”

Jouyou Kanji "廃" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “廃” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi はい(hai)
Kun-Yomi すた(れる)(suta(reru))
Meanings Go out of use, Be abolished, Cease, Perish
Repeal, Stop, Put an end

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

Words Meanings
廃案(はいあん-ha i a n) Discarded bill, Discarded plan, Scrapped proposal, Rejected project
廃液(はいえき-ha i e ki) Liquid waste, Waste fluid, Wastewater
廃園(はいえん-ha i e n) ① Deserted garden, Neglected garden, Abandoned garden, ② Closing down (of a zoo, kindergarten, etc)
廃屋 or 敗屋(はいおく-ha i o ku) Dilapidated house, Deserted house
廃家 or 敗家(はいか-ha i ka) ① Deserted house, Ruined house, ② Abolished families, Extinct family
廃学(はいがく-ha i ga ku) Abandoning one’s studies, Quitting school, Dropping out, ② Closing down (of a school or university), Defunct school, Defunct university
廃刊(はいかん-ha i ka n) Discontinuance (of publication), Ceasing to publish
廃棄(はいき-ha i ki) Disposal, Abandonment, Scrapping, Discarding, Abolition
廃墟(はいきょ-ha i kyo) Ruins (of a building, town, etc), Remains
廃業(はいぎょう-ha i gyo u) Discontinuance of business, Closing business
廃語(はいご-ha i go) Obsolete word
廃坑(はいこ-ha i ko u) Abandoned mine, Disused pit, Disused mine
廃校(はいこう-ha i ko u) Closed school, Defunct school, Defunct university
廃合(はいごう-ha i go u) Abolition and amalgamation
廃残(はいざん-ha i za n) Down-and-out of life, Ruin of life, Decline of life


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