1674-Jouyou-kanji “煩” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Annoy” or “Bother” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “煩”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “煩” means “Troublesome”, “Annoying” or “Worry” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "煩"

Jouyou Kanji “煩”

Jouyou Kanji "煩" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “煩” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi はん(han)
Kun-Yomi わずら(う)(wazura(u))
Meanings Suffer, Worry
Trouble, Bother, Annoy
Troublesome, Annoying

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

Words Meanings
煩簡(はんかん-ha n ka n) Complication and easiness
煩瑣(はんさ-ha n sa) Troublesome, Vexatious, Complicated
煩雑(はんざつ-ha n za tsu) Complex, Intricate, Complicated, Confused, Troublesome, Vexatious, Cumbersome
煩多(はんた-ha n ta) Multiplicity of troubles, So many as to be troublesome
煩忙(はんぼう-ha n bo u) Busyness, Busy
煩務(はんむ-ha n mu) Cumbersome and busy work
煩悶(はんもん-ha n mo n) Anguish, Agony, Worry
煩累(はんるい-ha n ru i) Troubles, Annoyances
煩礼(はんれい-ha n re i) Cumbersome etiquette manner, Awkward etiquette
煩悩(ぼんのう-bo n no u) Worldly passions, Desire for worldly things, Evil passions, Appetites of the flesh
苛煩(かはん-ka ha n) Complicated and troublesome, Complex and difficult to handle
頻煩 or 頻繁(ひんぱん-hi n pa n) Frequent, Often, Incessant


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