1691-Jouyou-kanji “非” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Blame” or “Censure” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “非”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “非” means “Wrong”, “Speak ill” or “It is not” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "非"

Jouyou Kanji “非”

Jouyou Kanji "非" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “非” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi ひ(hi)
Kun-Yomi わる(い)(waru(i))
Meanings Fault, Mistake
Blame, Censure
Wrong, Immoral
Speak ill, Abuse
It is not

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

Words Meanings
非違(ひい-hi i) Illegality
非運(ひうん-hi u n) Misfortune, Bad luck
非器(ひき-hi ki) Inability, Incapability, Lack of calibre
非議(ひぎ-hi gi) Criticism, Censure
非業(ひごう-hi go u) Unnatural, Untimely, Unreasonable (bad luck)
非公式(ひこうしき-hi ko u shi ki) Informal, Unofficial
非合法(ひごうほう-hi go u ho u) Illegal, Unlawful, Outlawed, Outlaw, Illegitimate, Illicit
非国民(ひこくみん-hi ko ku mi n) Unpatriotic person, Traitor (to one’s country)
非才(ひさい-hi sa i) Lack of ability, Incompetence, Incapacity
非常(ひじょう-hi jo u) (Not common or usual state) ① Emergency, ② Extreme, Extraordinary, Remarkable, Unusual, Terrible, Severe
非情(ひじょう-hi jo u) Cold-hearted, Callous, Unfeeling, Cruel
非道(ひどう-hi do u) Inhumanity, Atrocity, Enormity, Atrociousness
非難(ひなん-hi na n) Criticism, Blame, Censure, Reproach
非人(ひにん-hi ni n) ① Non-human (demon and fiend etc), ② (Group comprising the lowest rank of Japan’s Edo-period caste system) Mendicant, Beggar, Outcast, Pariah
非人間(ひにんげん-hi ni n ge n) A person who is ruthless and without compassion or love
非人情(ひにんじょう-hi ni n jo u) A condition not having human feelings and emotions


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