1852-Jouyou-kanji “亡” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Die” or “Pass away” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “亡”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “亡” means “Be ruined”, “Run away” or “There is no ~” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "亡"

Jouyou Kanji “亡”

Jouyou Kanji "亡" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “亡” Stroke Order

Stroke # 3 Strokes
On-Yomi ぼう(bou)
Kun-Yomi な(い)(nu(u))
Meanings Lose, Miss
Die, Pass away
Be ruined, Perish, Ruin, Destroy
Run away, Flee
There is no ~, Be gone, Can’t be found

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

Words Meanings
亡骸(ぼうがい-bo u ga i) Remains, Corpse, Dead body
亡君(ぼうくん-bo u ku n) One’s deceased lord
亡国(ぼうこく-bo u ko ku) Ruined country, National ruin
亡失(ぼうしつ-bo u shi tsu) Loss
亡者(ぼうしゃ-bo u sha) The dead, Dead person, Ghost
亡父(ぼうふ-bo u fu) Late father, Deceased father
亡命(ぼうめい-bo u me i) Defection, Asylum, Exile
亡友(ぼうゆう-bo u yu u) Deceased friend, One’s late friend
亡羊の嘆 or 亡羊の歎(ぼうようのたん-bo u yo u no ta n) Bemoaning the frustration of reaching truth (for surplus of academic paths), Being at a loss
亡霊(ぼうれい-bo u re i) Departed spirit, Soul of the dead, Ghost, Apparition
興亡(こうぼう-ko u bo u) Rise and fall, Ups and downs, Vicissitudes, Fortunes, Destinies
死亡(しぼう-shi bo u) Death, Decease, Demise
逃亡(とうぼう-to u bo u) Escape, Flight, Running away, Elopement, Fleeing
滅亡(めつぼう-me tsu bo u) Extinction, Downfall, Ruin, Collapse, Destruction


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