1900-Jouyou-kanji “幕” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Curtain” or “Tent” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “幕”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “幕” means “Break of a play”, “End of an event” or “One scene of a play” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "幕"

Jouyou Kanji “幕”

Jouyou Kanji "幕" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “幕” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi まく(maku)
ばく(baku)
Meanings Curtain, Tent, Cover, Covering cloth
Camp, Encampment of Shogun
Shogunate
Break of a play, One scene of a play
End of an event
A rank of Sumo

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

Words Meanings
幕営(ばくえい-ba ku e i) Bivouacking, Camping, Encampment, Tenting, Cantonment
幕使(ばくし-ba ku shi) Shogunate envoy
幕舎(ばくしゃ-ba ku sha) Cantonment, Bivouac, Encampment, Camp, Barracks
幕臣(ばくしん-ba ku shi n) Shogunate retainer, Shogunate vassal
幕政(ばくせい-ba ku se i) The shogunate (administration)
幕府(ばくふ-ba ku fu) Shogunate government, Imperial Guards office, Residence of the Imperial Guards commander
幕末(ばくまつ-ba ku ma tsu) Closing days of the Tokugawa shogunate, End of the Edo period, Late Tokugawa shogunate
幕吏(ばくり-ba ku ri) Shogunate official
幕僚(ばくりょう-ba ku ryo u) Side Attendants of a commander, Staff officer
幕下(ばっか-ba kka) Vassal, Direct vassals of Shogun, General’s headquarters
幕下(まくした-ma ku shi ta) Makushita, Junior‐grade sumo wrestlers
幕閣(ばっかく-ba kka ku) Shogunate cabinet, The highest administrative organ of the shogunate
幕間(まくあい-ma ku a i) Intermission (between acts), Interlude
幕開き(まくあき-ma ku a ki) ① Rise of the curtain, Opening of a play, ② Beginning, Start, Offset, Outset, kickoff, Starting time, Get-go
幕内(まくうち-ma ku u chi) Makuuchi, Senior‐grade sumo wrestlers, Top division (of professional sumo)
幕切れ(まくぎれ-ma ku gi re) ① The fall of the curtain, The end of an act, ② End, Ending, Close

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