1811-Jouyou-kanji “偏” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Inclination” or “Tendency” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “偏”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “偏” means “Be prejudiced”, “Be biased” or “Left side element of kanji” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "偏"

Jouyou Kanji “偏”

Jouyou Kanji "偏" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “偏” Stroke Order

Stroke # 11 Strokes
On-Yomi へん(hen)
Kun-Yomi かたよ(る)(katayo(ru))
ひとえ(に)(hitoe(ni))
Meanings Be biased, Be prejudiced, Lean
Inclination, Tendency
Remote place
Earnestly
Left side element of kanji

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

Words Meanings
偏愛(へんあい-he n a i) Favoritism, Partiality, Predilection, Prejudice
偏介(へんかい-he n ka i) Obstinate, Stubborn, Mulish, Die-hard, Bigoted
偏奇(へんき-he n ki) Eccentricity, Deviation
偏狭(へんきょう-he n kyo u) Narrow‐minded, Intolerant, Intolerant, Illiberal
偏境(へんきょう-he n kyo u) Remote district, Back country, Out‐of‐the‐way place
偏屈(へんくつ-he n ku tsu) Narrow-minded, Obstinate, Stubborn, Perverse, Unreasonable, Warped, Bigoted, Eccentric
偏見(へんけん-he n ke n) Prejudice, Bias, Distorted view
偏向(へんこう-he n ko u) Propensity, Tendency, Inclination, Deflection
偏差(へんさ-he n sa) Deflection, Deviation, Variation, Declination, Drift
偏在(へんざい-he n za i) Uneven distribution, Unfair distribution, Maldistribution
偏執(へんしゅう-he n shu u) Bias, Eccentricity, Obstinacy, Prejudice, Preconception
偏食(へんしょく-he n sho ku) Unbalanced diet, Deviated food habit
偏人 or 変人(へんじん-he n ji n) Eccentric person, Crank, Oddball, Oddity
偏頭痛 or 片頭痛(へんずつう-he n zu tsu u) Migraine, Migraine headache
偏重(へんちょう-he n cho u) Overemphasis, Placing disproportionate emphasis on, Making too much of

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