1833-Jouyou-kanji “奉” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Serve” or “Work under” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “奉”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “奉” means “Offer”, “Reverential” or “Show respect” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "奉"

Jouyou Kanji “奉”

Jouyou Kanji "奉" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “奉” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi ほう(hou)
Kun-Yomi たてまつ(る)(tatematsu(ru))
Meanings Offer, Present
Show respect
Receive (an order), Please tell me (your ~)
Serve, Work under, Endeavor
(A word that pays homage to the actions of superiors)

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

Words Meanings
奉行(ぶぎょう-bu gyo u) Magistrate, Shogunate administrator
奉安(ほうあん-ho u a n) Enshrinement
奉加帳(ほうかちょう-ho u ka cho u) (Shrine or temple) donation register, Subscription book, Subscription list
奉還(ほうかん-ho u ka n) Restoration to the Emperor
奉迎(ほうげい-ho u ge i) Welcome, To welcome someone of high status
奉公(ほうこう-ho u ko u) ① Live-in domestic service, Live-in apprenticeship, ② Public duty, Public service
奉仕(ほうし-ho u shi) Service, Ministry, Attendance, Providing a service for free
奉伺(ほうし-ho u shi) Inquiring about (one’s health)
奉祝(ほうしゅく-ho u shu ku) Celebration, To celebrate with respect
奉順(ほうじゅん-ho u ju n) Obedience, To follow the order (command)
奉書(ほうしょ-ho u sho) ① Emperor’s message, Shogun’s message, ② Thick Japanese paper (of the best quality for ceremonial use)
奉職(ほうしょく-ho u sho ku) Being in the public service of, Serving at, Holding office
奉遷(ほうせん-ho u se n) Transferring an object of worship
奉送(ほうそう-ho u so u) Seeing an emperor off, Farewell to the Emperor
奉体(ほうたい-ho u ta i) Carrying out the will of one’s lord, Keeping in mind the will of one’s lord