1906-Jouyou-kanji “万” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Ten thousand” or “A lot of” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “万”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “万” means “Unconditionally”, “All of” or “Myriad” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "万"

Jouyou Kanji “万”

Jouyou Kanji "万" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “万” Stroke Order

Stroke # 3 Strokes
On-Yomi まん(man)
Kun-Yomi よろず(yorozu)
Meanings Ten thousand
Many, A lot of
All of, Whole, Entirely, Various
Absolute, Unconditionally

Kanji words which contain Kanji “万”, and their meanings

Words Meanings
万化(ばんか-ba n ka) Many changes, Change in many ways
万感(ばんかん-ba n ka n) Flood of emotions, Many thoughts, Crowding emotions
万機(ばんき-ba n ki) State affairs, Secrets, All affairs of state
万鈞(ばんきん-ba n ki n) Very heavy, Extremely important, Very serious
万頃(ばんけい-ba n ke i) Vast expanse, Very broad, Extensiveness
万古(ばんこ-ba n ko) Perpetuity, Eternity, Timeless existence, Timelessness
万国(ばんこく-ba n ko ku) All countries, The whole world, Universal, All nations
万骨(ばんこつ-ba n ko tsu) Thousands of lives
万策(ばんさく-ba n sa ku) All means, All possible measures
万死(ばんし-ba n shi) Certain death
万死に一生(ばんしにいっせい-ba n shi ni i se i) To have a narrow escape from death
万事(ばんじ-ba n ji) All, Everything
万謝(ばんしゃ-ba n sha) Many thanks, Sincere apologies
万象(ばんしょう-ba n sho u) All creation, All nature, All the universe
万障(ばんしょう-ba n sho u) All hindrances, All obstacles