1662-Jouyou-kanji “判” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Distinguish” or “Judgment” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “判”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “判” means “Seal”, “Be divided” or “Understand” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "判"

Jouyou Kanji “判”

Jouyou Kanji "判" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “判” Stroke Order

Stroke # 7 Strokes
On-Yomi はん(han)
Kun-Yomi わ(ける)(wa(keru))
Meanings Distinguish, Classify, Divide
Find, Realize, Understand
Branch off, Part, Split, Be divided
Judge, Decide, Try, Judgment, Decision
Seal, Stamp
Old Japanese gold coin
Paper sizes

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

Words Meanings
判官(はんがん-ha n ga n) ① Judge, Magistrate, ② 3rd grade official (ritsuryō system), Assistant district officer
判決(はんけつ-ha n ke tsu) Sentence, Judgement, Judicial decision, Ruling, Decision
判事(はんじ-ha n ji) Judge, Justice
判じ物(はんじもの-ha n ji mo no) Puzzle, Riddle, Rebus
判者(はんじゃ-ha n ja) Judge, Evaluator
判然(はんぜん-ha n ze n) Clear, Clearly, Distinctly, Obvious
判断(はんだん-ha n da n) Decision, Judgement
判定(はんてい-ha n te i) Adjudication, Decision, Judgement, Evaluation
判読(はんどく-ha n do ku) Decipherment, Interpretation, Making out, Identification
判別(はんべつ-ha n be tsu) Distinction, Discrimination, Distinguishing, Discernment
判明(はんめい-ha n me i) Turning out, Proving, Being identified
判例(はんれい-ha n re i) Leading case, Judicial precedent, Court precedent
印判(いんばん-i n ba n) Seal, Stamp
大判(おおばん-o o ba n) ① Large size, ② Large oval gold coin used in the Edo period


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