1889-Jouyou-kanji “凡” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“All” or “Entirely” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “凡”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “凡” means “Common”, “Ordinary” or “Generally” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "凡"

Jouyou Kanji “凡”

Jouyou Kanji "凡" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “凡” Stroke Order

Stroke # 3 Strokes
On-Yomi ぼん(bon)
Kun-Yomi すべ(て)(sube(te))
Meanings All, Entirely
Generally, Roughly, Nearly
Common, Ordinary, Average

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

Words Meanings
凡例(はんれい-ha n re i) Explanatory notes, Introductory remarks, Usage guide, Legend (on maps and drawings etc)
凡下(ぼんか or ぼんげ-bo n ka (or) bo n ge) Unwashed, Plebeian, Vulgar, Common, Ordinary person
凡眼(ぼんがん-bo n ga n) Unprofessional eyes, Layman’s eyes
凡器(ぼんき-bo n ki) Ordinary talent
凡愚(ぼんぐ-bo n gu) Common person, Foolish commoner, Averageness, Mediocrity
凡計(ぼんけい-bo n ke i) Ordinary plan, Common strategy
凡骨(ぼんこつ-bo n ko tsu) Ordinary person
凡才(ぼんさい-bo n sa i) Mediocrity, Ordinary ability, Mediocre person
凡材(ぼんざい-bo n za i) Average ability, Person of average ability
凡作(ぼんさく-bo n sa ku) Commonplace work, Mediocre work, Poor work, Rubbish
凡失(ぼんしつ-bo n shi tsu) Common mistake, Stupid mistake
凡手(ぼんしゅ-bo n shu) ① Mediocre ability, Person of ordinary skills, ② Uninteresting move (go or shogi etc), Worthless move (go or shogi etc)
凡常(ぼんじょう-bo n jo u) Ordinary, Common, Commonplace
凡人(ぼんじん-bo n ji n) Ordinary person, Mediocre person, Man of mediocrity
凡俗(ぼんぞく-bo n zo ku) Common herd, Mediocrity, The masses, Ordinary run of men


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