1631-Jouyou-kanji “伯” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Leader” or “Chief” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “伯”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “伯” means “Uncle”, “Eldest brother” or “Those who lead the lords” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "伯"

Jouyou Kanji “伯”

Jouyou Kanji "伯" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “伯” Stroke Order

Stroke # 7 Strokes
On-Yomi はく(haku)
Kun-Yomi おさ(osa)
Meanings Leader, Chief, Boss
Eldest brother
Those who lead the lords
Honorific title of a person who excels in a certain art or technique
A secretary of (old government)

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

Words Meanings
伯爵(はくしゃく-ha ku sha ku) Count, Earl
伯叔(はくしゅく-ha ku shu ku) Brothers, One’s father’s brothers
伯仲(はくちゅう-ha ku chu u) ① Being evenly matched, Being equal with, Being on a par with, ② Eldest and second eldest brother
伯仲叔季(はくちゅうしゅくき-ha ku chu u shu ku ki) (Sibling order;伯-eldest, 仲-second elder, 叔-third elder, 季-youngest)
伯父(はくふ or おじ-ha ku fu (or) o ji) Uncle (one’s father’s older brother)
伯母(はくぼ or おば-ha ku bo (or) o ba) Aunt
伯楽(はくらく-ha ku ra ku) Cattle or horse trader, Good judge of horses or cattle, Horse doctor
河伯(かはく-ka ha ku) God of river
画伯(がはく-ga ha ku) Great painter, Master painter, Artist
詩伯(しはく-shi ha ku) Master poet (esp. of Chinese poetry)
詞伯(しはく-shi ha ku) Master of poetry
水伯(すいはく-su i ha ku) God of water, Water god
風伯(ふうはく-fu u ha ku) God of wind, Wind god
方伯(ほうはく-ho u ha ku) Landgrave


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