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Japanese Jouyou-kanji “腐” means “Rotten”, “Outdated” or “Racking one’s brains” etc.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Outdated, Stale, Trite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