1739-Jouyou-kanji “付” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Put” or “Stick” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “付”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “付” means “Attach”, “Bestow” or “Grant” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "付"

Jouyou Kanji “付”

Jouyou Kanji "付" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “付” Stroke Order

Stroke # 5 Strokes
On-Yomi ふ(fu)
Kun-Yomi つ(ける)(tsu(keru))
Meanings Put, Stick, Attach
Give, Bestow, Grant

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

Words Meanings
付句 or 附句(つけく-tsu ke ku) Adding phrase of Renka or Haiku-renka
付け焼き刃 or 附け焼き刃(つけやきば-tsu ke ya ki ba) Thin veneer, Hasty preparation, Knowledge or skill learned as a stopgap, Superficial polish
付加 or 附加(ふか-fu ka) Addition, Annexation, Appendage
付会 or 附会(ふかい-fu ka i) ① Adding, Connecting, Joining, ② Strained explanation, Drawing a forced inference, Forced analogy
付記 or 附記(ふき-fu ki) Additional remark, Supplementary note, Addition, Appendix, Note
付議 or 附議(ふぎ-fu gi) ① Debate, Argument, Discussion, ② Bringing up a matter, Submission (e.g. a measure), Placing (e.g. item on an agenda)
付言 or 附言(ふげん-fu ge n) Saying in addition, Postscript, Additional remarks, Supplement
付嘱 or 附嘱(ふしょく-fu sho ku) Conferment, Act of conferring (honour, gift, etc)
付随 or 附随(ふずい-fu zu i) Being incident to, Being accompanied by, Being collateral with, Being attached to, Accompanying
付箋 or 附箋(ふせん-fu se n) Tag, Label, Sticky note, Slip, Post-it note
付則 or 附則(ふそく-fu so ku) Additional clause, Supplementary provision, Bylaw
付属 or 附属(ふぞく-fu zo ku) Attachment, Addition, Accessory, Appendance
付帯 or 附帯(ふたい-fu ta i) Incidental, Ancillary, Accessory, Secondary, Collateral
付託 or 附託(ふたく-fu ta ku) Committal, Reference, Submission (e.g. to committee), Commitment
付着 or 附着(ふちゃく-fu cha ku) Adhesion, Sticking to, Clinging to, Cohesion, Agglutination