1659-Jouyou-kanji “帆” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Sail” or “Sailer” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “帆”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “帆” means “Sail”, “Hoist a sail” or “Sail canvas” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "帆"

Jouyou Kanji “帆”

Jouyou Kanji "帆" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “帆” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi はん(han)
Kun-Yomi ほ(ho)
Meanings Sail, Sailer, Canvas, Sail canvas, Velum
Hoist a sail

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

Words Meanings
帆影(はんえい or ほかげ-ha n e i (or) ho ka ge) Sight of a sail (in the distance)
帆船(はんせん-ha n se n) Sailing ship, Sailing boat, Sailing vessel
帆走(はんそう-ha n so u) Sailing
帆掛け船(ほかけぶね-ho ka ke bu ne) Sailboat, Sailing ship, Sailing boat, Sailing vessel
帆桁(ほげた) Sailing yard, Sail boom
帆綱(ほづな-ho du na) Halyard, Cordage, Halliard, A rope for raising or lowering a sail or flag
帆手(ほて-ho te) A rope with which ties the sail to the girder
帆布(ほぬの or はんぷ-ho nu no (or) ha n pu) Sailcloth, Canvas
帆柱(ほばしら-ho ba shi ra) Mast
帆前船(ほまえせん-ho ma e se n) Sailboat, Sailing boat, Sailing ship
片帆(かたほ-ka ta ho) Close-haul, Reach, Reefed sail
帰帆(きはん-ki ha n) Returning sailboat, Setting sail for home port
孤帆(こはん-ko ha n) Solitary sailboat
出帆(しゅっぱん-shu ppa n) Setting sail, Departure (of a vessel from a port)

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