1755-Jouyou-kanji “敷” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Pave” or “Promulgate” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “敷”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “敷” means “Carpet”, “Spread out” or “Extend” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "敷"

Jouyou Kanji “敷”

Jouyou Kanji "敷" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “敷” Stroke Order

Stroke # 15 Strokes
On-Yomi ふ(fu)
Kun-Yomi し(く)(kusa(ru))
Meanings Pave, Lay, Promulgate
Spread out, Extend
Carpet, Rag

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

Words Meanings
敷居(しきい-shi ki i) Sill, Door sill, Threshold
敷居が高い(しきいがたかい-shi ki i ga ta ka i) Having a high threshold (for entry), Difficult to approach, Feeling awkward to go to (of someone’s home)
敷石(しきいし-shi ki i shi) Paving stone, Pavement stone, Flagstone
敷き皮(しきがわ-shi ki ga wa) Fur cushion, Fur rug
敷き革(しきがわ-shi ki ga wa) Insole (of a shoe), Fur cushion, Inner sole
敷金(しききん-shi ki ki n) Caution money, (Security) deposit
敷島(しきしま-shi ki shi ma) Yamato (province), Japan
敷地(しきち-shi ki chi) Site, Plot, Lot, Grounds
敷布(しきふ-shi ki fu) Bed sheet
敷衍(ふえん-fu e n) ① Expatiation, Enlargement (e.g. on a point), Elaboration, Amplification, ② Clear explanation, Paraphrasing
敷設 or 布設(ふせつ-fu se tsu) Laying, Construction
板敷き(いたじき-i ta ji ki) Board floor, Wooden floor
桟敷(さじき-sa ji ki) Gallery, Box seat, Balcony, Dress circle (of a theater)
座敷(ざしき-za shi ki) Tatami room, Tatami mat room, Formal Japanese room
下敷(したじき-shi ta ji ki) ① Desk pad, Sheet of plastic placed under writing paper, ② Being pinned under, Being caught under, Being buried under, ③ Carpet

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