1707-Jouyou-kanji “微” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Fine” or “Very small” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “微”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “微” means “Quietly”, “Faint,” or “Only a few (little)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "微"

Jouyou Kanji “微”

Jouyou Kanji "微" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “微” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi び(bi)
み(mi)
Kun-Yomi かす(か)(kasu(ka))
ひそ(かに)(hiso(kani))
Meanings Faint, Dim, Slight
Very small, Fine, Only a few(little)
Secretly, Quietly
Decrease
Disgusting, Nasty, Low
(Add this kanji for humbling oneself)
(If (thing) is not)

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

Words Meanings
微意(びい-bi i) Small token of gratitude, My humble feelings
微雨(びう-bi u) Light rain, A few drops of rain, Drizzle, Mizzle
微音(びおん-bi o n) Faint sound, Very little sound, Low whispering voice
微官(びかん-bi ka n) Low rank official, Word which is used by a official to humble oneself, Functionary
微吟(びぎん-bi gi n) Reciting poetry or singing in a soft voice
微苦笑(びくしょう-bi ku sho u) Bittersweet smile, Faint smile, Ironic smile
微醺(びくん-bi ku n) Slight intoxication
微功(びこう-bi ko u) Trifling merit, Humble word for expressing one’s achievement
微光(びこう-bi ko u) Faint light, Shimmer, Glimmer
微香(びこう-bi ko u) Faint scent, Subtle fragrance
微行(びこう-bi ko u) Traveling incognito
微紅(びこう-bi ko u) Faint red color
微才(びさい-bi sa i) Little talent, Humble word for expressing one’s talent
微細(びさい-bi sa i) Minute, Micro, Detailed, Delicate, Subtle
微罪(びざい-bi za i) minor offense, Petty sin, Light offense

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