1754-Jouyou-kanji “腐” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Rot” or “Go bad” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “腐”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “腐” means “Rotten”, “Outdated” or “Racking one’s brains” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "腐"

Jouyou Kanji “腐”

Jouyou Kanji "腐" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “腐” Stroke Order

Stroke # 14 Strokes
On-Yomi ふ(fu)
Kun-Yomi くさ(る)(kusa(ru))
くさ(れる)(kusa(reru))
くさ(らす)(kusa(rasu))
くさ(す)(kusa(su))
Meanings Rot, Go bad, Addle
Outdated, Stale, Trite
Take pains, Racking, Racking one’s brains

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

Words Meanings
腐っても鯛(くさってもたい-ku sa tte mo ta i) An old eagle is better than a young crow, A diamond on a dunghill is still a diamond
腐れ縁(くされえん-ku sa re e n) (Undesirable but) inseparable relation, Troublesome connection
腐朽(ふきゅう-fu kyu u) Deterioration, Rot, Decay
腐儒(ふじゅ-fu ju) Pedant, Worthless scholar
腐臭(ふしゅう-fu shu u) Smell of something rotten, Rotten smell
腐食  or 腐蝕(ふしょく-fu sho ku) Corrosion, Etching, Erosion, Rot, Decay, Rust
腐植土(ふしょくど-fu sho ku do) Humus soil, Humus
腐心(ふしん-fu shi n) Making every effort, Having a lot of trouble (doing)
腐敗(ふはい-fu ha i) Decomposition, Putrefaction, Putrescence, Spoilage, Corruption, Degeneracy, Decay, Depravity
腐爛(ふらん-fu ra n) Decomposition, Ulceration, Festering
陳腐(ちんぷ-chi n pu) Stale, Hackneyed, Cliched, Antique, Old-fashioned, Exploded
豆腐(とうふ-to u fu) Tofu, Soybean curd
持ち腐れ(もちぐされ-mo chi gu sa re) Unused possession

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