1764-Jouyou-kanji “風” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Wind” or “Blow” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “風”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “風” means “Scenery”, “Appearance” or “Trend of the age” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "風"

Jouyou Kanji “風”

Jouyou Kanji "風" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “風” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi ふう(fuu)
Kun-Yomi かぜ(kaze)
Meanings Wind, Blow
Custom, Manner, Tradition
Air, Looks, Appearance
Trend of the age
Scenery, Landscape, View
Names of illness
Imply, Suggest, Satire, Sarcasm, Irony

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

Words Meanings
風上(かざかみ-ka za ka mi) Windward, Upwind, Wind direction
風上に置けない(かざかみにおけない-ka za ka mi ni o ke na i) (A word of hatred and cursing of mean people) It’s a shame, Disgusting, Nasty
風下(かざしも-ka za shi mo) Leeward side, Lee side, Downwind
風花(かざばな or かざはな-ka za ba na (or) ka za ha na) ① Snowflakes coming on the wind, Flurry of snow in a clear sky, ② Skin eruptions cause by a cold or fever
風見(かざみ-ka za mi) Weather vane, Dog vane, Vane, Wind indicator
風向き(かざむき or かぜむき-ka za mu ki (or) ke ze mu ki) ① Wind direction, ② Situation, Way things are going
風邪(かぜ-ka ze) Common cold, Influenza
風当たり(かぜあたり-ka ze a ta ri) ① Wind blowing against, Conditions of wind, Exposure to wind, ② Severe criticism
風薫る(かぜかおる-ka ze ka o ru) Cool light breeze in early summer
風の便り(かぜのたより-ka ze no ta yo ri) Hearsay, Rumor
風圧(ふうあつ-fu u a tsu) Velocity pressure, Wind pressure
風位(ふうい-fu u i) Wind direction
風韻(ふういん-fu u i n) Elegance, Tastefulness
風雨(ふうう-fu u u) Wind and rain, Weather
風雲(ふううん-fu u u n) ① Winds and clouds, ② State of affairs, Situation


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