1731-Jouyou-kanji “貧” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Poor” or “Poverty” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “貧”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “貧” means “Insufficient”, “Not enough” or “Poor talented” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "貧"

Jouyou Kanji “貧”

Jouyou Kanji "貧" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “貧” Stroke Order

Stroke # 11 Strokes
On-Yomi ひん(hin)
びん(bin)
Kun-Yomi まず(しい)(mazu(shii))
Meanings Poor, Poverty
Poor talented
Insufficient, Not enough, Little

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

Words Meanings
貧寒(ひんかん-hi n ka n) Destitution, Indigent, Impoverishment, Poverty, Poorness
貧窮(ひんきゅう-hi n kyu u) Poverty, Impoverishment, Poorness
貧苦(ひんく-hi n ku) Hardships of poverty, Serious poverty, Pressures of poverty
貧血(ひんけつ-hi n ke tsu) Anemia
貧困(ひんこん-hi n ko n) Poverty, Destitution, Penury, Poorness
貧者(ひんじゃ-hi n ja) Poor person, Pauper
貧者の一灯(ひんじゃのいっとう-hi n ja no i tto u) One lantern from a poor man (i.e. no-one can give more than the only thing they have), Widow’s mite
貧弱(ひんじゃく-hi n ja ku) Scantiness, Meagerness, Feeble, Scanty, Shabby
貧小(ひんしょう-hi n sho u) Petty, Trivial, Trifling, Paltry, Meager
貧すれば鈍する(ひんすればどんする-hi n su re ba do n su ru) Poverty dulls the wit, Poverty dulls the conscience
貧生(ひんせい-hi n se i) Impoverished student, Poor student, Poor person
貧賤(ひんせん-hi n se n) Poor and lowly, Poor and humble
貧相(ひんそう-hi n so u) Seedy-looking, Poor‐looking, Pinched face
貧村(ひんそん-hi n so n) Poor village
貧土(ひんど-hi n do) Poor soil, Barren land, Poor country

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