1880-Jouyou-kanji “僕” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“I” or “Manservant” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “僕”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “僕” means “Servant”, “Menial” or “(Humble word for calling oneself)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "僕"

Jouyou Kanji “僕”

Jouyou Kanji "僕" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “僕” Stroke Order

Stroke # 14 Strokes
On-Yomi ぼく(boku)
Kun-Yomi しもべ(shimobe)
Meanings Servant
Humble word for calling oneself (usually used by male person)

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

Words Meanings
僕妾(ぼくしょう-bo ku sho u) Male and female servants
僕僮(ぼくどう-bo ku do u) Young servant
僕婢(ぼくひ-bo ku hi) Male and female servants
僕隷(ぼくれい-bo ku re i) Servant, Manservant, Retainer
下僕(げぼく-ge bo ku) Manservant, Servant, Retainer
僮僕(どうぼく-do u bo ku) Young male servant, Page
奴僕(ぬぼく-nu bo ku) Manservant, Footman, Retainer
老僕(ろうぼく-ro u bo ku) Old manservant