1904-Jouyou-kanji “末” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“End” or “Terminal” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “末”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “末” means “Trifles”, “Low ranking” or “Youngest child” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "末"

Jouyou Kanji “末”

Jouyou Kanji "末" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “末” Stroke Order

Stroke # 5 Strokes
On-Yomi まつ(matsu)
Kun-Yomi すえ(sue)
Meanings Edge, Tip
Trifles, Trivialities
Bottom, Low ranking
Powder, Small, Fine

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

Words Meanings
末恐ろしい(すえおそろしい-su e o so ro shi i) Frightening (of the future), Worrying, Scary, Ominous, Portentous
末々(すえずえ-su e zu e) ① Distant future, ② Descendants, ③ Lower classes, Common people
末頼もしい(すえたのもしい-su e ta no mo shi i) Hopeful, Bright, Promising (future)
末広がり(すえひろがり-su e hi ro ga ri) ① Spreading out like an open fan, ② Becoming prosperous, ③ Folding fan, Ceremonial folding fan
末裔(まつえい-ma tsu e i) Descendant
末期(まっき-ma kki) End-stage, Terminal stage, Terminal, Last days, Closing days, End, Last stage, Final stages
末期(まつご-ma tsu go) Hour of death, One’s last moments, End of one’s life
末技(まつぎ-ma tsu gi) Poor workmanship, Unskilled
末座(まつざ-ma tsu za) Lowest seat
末子(まっし or ばっし-ma sshi (or) ba sshi) One’s youngest child, Youngest child
末寺(まつじ-ma tsu ji) Branch temple
末日(まつじつ-ma tsu ji tsu) Last day, End of a month
末社(まっしゃ-ma ssha) Subordinate shrine
末梢(まっしょう-ma ssho u) Tip of a twig, Periphery, Trifles, Trivial matters, Minor details
末梢神経(まっしょうしんけい-ma ssho u shi n ke i) Peripheral nerve
末世(まっせ or まっせい- ma sse (or) ma sse i) Age of the decline of Buddhism, Latter days of the law, Degenerate age, Corrupt world