1817-Jouyou-kanji “歩” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Walk” or “Go on foot” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “歩”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “歩” means “Go forward”, “Unit word for length” or “History (of organization, company, school etc)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "歩"

Jouyou Kanji “歩”

Jouyou Kanji "歩" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “歩” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi ほ(ho)
Kun-Yomi ある(く)(aru(ku))
Meanings Walk, Go on foot, Go forward
History (of organization, company, school etc)
Unit word for length
Unit word for area
Rate (1歩 is one hundredth)
One of the pieces of shogi(Japanese chess)

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

Words Meanings
歩み寄り(あゆみより-a yu mi yo ri) Compromise, Mutual concessions, Rapprochement
歩合(ぶあい-bu a i) Percentage, Commission, Rate
歩行(ほこう-ho ko u) Waking, Ambulation, Gait
歩哨(ほしょう-ho sho u) Sentry, Sentinel, Guard
歩数(ほすう-ho su u) Number of steps
歩測(ほそく-ho so ku) Pacing off (a measurement or distance), Pedomesure of distance, Measurement by pace
歩卒(ほそつ-ho so tsu) Footmen, Foot soldier, Infantryman
歩調(ほちょう-ho cho u) Ppace, Step, Cadence, Gait
歩道(ほどう-ho do u) Footpath, Walkway, Sidewalk, Pavement
歩幅(ほはば-ho ha ba) Step, Pace, Stride, Step length
歩武(ほぶ-ho bu) A step, Short distance
歩兵(ほへい-ho he i) Infantry, Infantryman, Foot soldier, Doughboy, Pawn
歩々(ほほ-ho ho) Bit by bit, Step by step, Gradually
歩廊(ほろう-ho ro u) Corridor, Gallery, Platform, Passageway
一歩(いっぽ-i ppo) One step, Small degree, Small amount
牛歩(ぎゅうほ-gyu u ho) Snail’s pace, Slow progress, Slow-motion


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