1837-Jouyou-kanji “法” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Law” or “Rule” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “法”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “法” means “Regulation”, “Way to do” or “How to do” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "法"

Jouyou Kanji “法”

Jouyou Kanji "法" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “法” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi ほう(hou)
Kun-Yomi のり(nori)
Meanings Law, Rule, Regulation
Follow, Be based on, Model
Method, Way to do, How to do

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

Words Meanings
法度(はっと-ha tto) ① Ban, Prohibition, Taboo, Something forbidden, ② Rule, Regulation, Law
法被(はっぴ-ha ppi) Happi coat, Happy coat, Workman’s livery coat, Traditional Japanese straight-sleeved coat
法案(ほうあん-ho u a n) Bill (law), Measure, Draft
法医学(ほういがく-ho u i ga ku) Forensic medicine, Forensic pathology, Legal medicine
法印(ほういん-ho u i n) ① Highest rank among priests, ② Mountain ascetic monk, ③ Signs that distinguish Buddhist teachings from other faiths, ④ Title given to a great physician or painter
法会(ほうえ-ho u e) Buddhist memorial service
法衣(ほうえ-ho u e) Vestment, Priest’s robe, Clerical garment
法益(ほうえき-ho u e ki) Interests protected by law, Benefit and protection of the law, Legal benefit
法悦(ほうえつ-ho u e tsu) ① Religious ecstasy, ② Ecstasy, Rapture, Transport, Exaltation, Raptus
法王(ほうおう-ho u o u) ① Buddha, ② Pope, Pontiff, Bishop of rome, Catholic pope
法皇(ほうおう-ho u o u) Monk‐emperor, Retired emperor with a Buddhist name
法科(ほうか-ho u ka) Law department, Law course
法界(ほうかい or ほっかい-ho u ka i (or) ho kka i) ① Universe, ② Realm of thought, ③ Underlying principle of reality, Manifestation of true thusness
法外(ほうがい-ho u ga i) Unreasonable, Excessive, Inordinate, Undue, Exorbitant, Unconscionable, Outrageous
法学(ほうがく-ho u ga ku) Jurisprudence, Law