1747-Jouyou-kanji “負” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Be defeated” or “Be inferior” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “負”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “負” means “Negative numbers”, “Take (the responsibility)” or “Make (a thing) cheaper” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "負"

Jouyou Kanji “負”

Jouyou Kanji "負" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “負” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi ふ(fu)
ふう(fuu)
ぶ(bu)
Kun-Yomi ま(ける)(ma(keru))
ま(かす)(ma(kasu)))
お(う)(o(u))
たの(む)(tano(mu))
そむ(く)(somu(ku))
Meanings Carry (a thing) on one’s back(or shoulder)
Take (the responsibility), Receive (a wound), Be charged (with a duty)
Rely on, Look to (a person) for help, Count on
Oppose, Go against, Contradict
Be defeated, Lose, Be inferior
Negative numbers
Reduce (a price), Make (a thing) cheaper

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

Words Meanings
負荷(ふか-fu ka) Burden, Work load, Loading, Load
負号(ふごう-fu go u) Negative sign, Minus sign
負債(ふさい-fu sa i) Debt, Liabilities
負傷(ふしょう-fu sho u) Wound, Injury, Hurt
負数(ふすう-fu su u) Negative number, Minus number
負担(ふたん-fu ta n) Burden, Load, Responsibility
負け軍(まけいくさ-ma ke i ku sa) Losing a battle, Lost battle
負け惜しみ(まけおしみ-ma ke o shi mi) Sour grapes, Being a poor loser, Unwillingness to admit defeat
負けじ魂(まけじだましい-ma ke ji da ma shi i) Unyielding spirit, Indomitable spirit
負けず劣らず(まけずおとらず-ma ke zu o to ra zu) Equally (talented, etc), Evenly, Neck and neck, Nip and tuck
負けん気(まけんき-ma ke n ki) Competitive spirit, Spirit of rivalry, Unyielding spirit
自負(じふ-ji fu) Pride, Self-confidence, Thinking highly of oneself, Being proud of one’s abilities or achievements
勝負(しょうぶ-sho u bu) Match, Contest, Game, Bout
抱負(ほうふ-ho u fu) Aspiration, Ambition, Plan, Hopes, Wishes

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