1681-Jouyou-kanji “蛮” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Barbarian” or “Undeveloped Races” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “蛮”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “蛮” means “Barbarous”, “Foreigner” or “Savage people” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "蛮"

Jouyou Kanji “蛮”

Jouyou Kanji "蛮" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “蛮” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi ばん(ban)
Kun-Yomi えびす(ebisu)
Meanings Undeveloped Races, Barbarian, Savage
Barbarous, Uncivilized
Foreigner, Stranger

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

Words Meanings
蛮夷(ばんい-ba n i) Savages, Barbarians
蛮語(ばんご-ba n go) ① Barbarian language, ② Foreign language
蛮行(ばんこう-ba n ko u) Act of barbarity, Barbarism, Brutality, Savagery, Savage deed
蛮人(ばんじん-ba n ji n) Barbarian, Savage, Wild man, Feral man
蛮声(ばんせい-ba n se i) Rough voice
蛮族 or 蕃族(ばんぞく-ba n zo ku) Barbarian tribe, Savage tribe, Wild tribe
蛮地(ばんち-ba n chi) Savage land, Barbaric region, Savage country, Savage lands
蛮風(ばんふう-ba n fu u) Barbarous customs
蛮民(ばんみん-ba n mi n) Savage people
蛮勇(ばんゆう-ba n yu u) Foolhardiness, Recklessness, Savage valor, Brute courage
蛮力(ばんりょく-ba n ryo ku) Brute force
南蛮(なんばん-na n ba n) ① Southern barbarians, ② (Late-Muromachi and Edo periods) Western Europe (esp. Spain and Portugal) and their South-East Asian colonies, ③ Foreign, Exotic, ④ Cayenne pepper, Red pepper
野蛮(やばん-ya ba n) Savage, Barbarous, Uncivilized, Truculence


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