1763-Jouyou-kanji “封” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Seal” or “Enclose” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “封”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “封” means “Tomb made of soil”, “Piled soil” or “Give a territory and let him(her) a ruler” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "封"

Jouyou Kanji “封”

Jouyou Kanji "封" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “封” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi ふう(fuu)
Kun-Yomi さかい(sakai)
Meanings Boundary, Border
Give a territory and let him(her) a ruler
Seal, Enclose, Blockade
Embankment, Piled soil
Tomb made of soil
(Sealed) letter
Unit of weight (“封” means pound)

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

Words Meanings
封印(ふういん-fu u i n) Seal, Sealing
封緘(ふうかん-fu u ka n) Seal (letters, documents, etc), Sealing
封切り(ふうぎり-fu u gi ri) Release, Premiere, First showing, First run
封鎖(ふうさ-fu u sa) Blockade, Lockdown, Sealing off (an area)
封殺(ふうさつ-fu u sa tsu) ① Force‐out, ② Suppression
封事(ふうじ-fu u ji) A sealed document in which opinions are presented
封書(ふうしょ-fu u sho) Sealed letter, Sealed document
封筒(ふうとう-fu u to u) Envelope
封入(ふうにゅう-fu u nyu u) Encapsulation, Inclusion, Filling, Enclosure, Mounting, Mount
封建(ほうけん-ho u ke n) Feudalism, Feudalistic
封建時代(ほうけんじだい-ho u ke n ji da i) Feudal age, Feudal period, Age of feudalism, Feudal era
封建的(ほうけんてき-ho u ke n te ki) Feudalistic, Feudal
封侯(ほうこう-ho u ko u) Feudal lord
封冊(ほうさく-ho u sa ku) An imperial edict authorizing one to join the Lord ranks
封土(ほうど-ho u do) ① A piece of land that a feudal lord gave to his vassals as a fief, ② Embankment