1922-Jouyou-kanji “無” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Nothing” or “Naught” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “無”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “無” means “Ignore”, “Have no ~” or “There is no ~” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "無"

Jouyou Kanji “無”

Jouyou Kanji "無" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “無” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi む(mu)
ぶ(bu)
Kun-Yomi な(い)(na(i))
な(かれ)(na(kare))
なみ(する)(nami(suru))
Meanings There is no ~, Can not be found, Have no ~, Lack
Ignore, Slight, Make light of

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

Words Meanings
無愛想(ぶあいそう-bu a i so u) Unsociable, Unfriendly, Blunt, Surly, Curt, Cold, Brusque
無骨 or 武骨(ぶこつ-bu ko tsu) Boorish, Unrefined, Rustic, Uncouth, Clumsy, Brusque
無沙汰(ぶさた-bu sa ta) Not writing or contacting for a while, Neglecting to write (call, visit etc), Failing to write (call, visit etc), Long silence
無作法 or 不作法(ぶさほう-bu sa ho u) Bad manners, Rudeness, Ill-mannered
無事(ぶじ-bu ji) Peace, Safety, Security, Tranquility, Quietude, Tranquillity Quietness
無精 or 不精(ぶしょう-bu sho u) Indolence, Laziness, Sloth, Easygoing, Loafer
無精髭 or 不精髭(ぶしょうひげ-bu sho u hi ge) Stubble, Stubbly beard, Unshaven face, Beard one has because one is too lazy to shave
無粋 or 不粋(ぶすい-bu su i) Boorish, Inelegant, Unpolished, Unromantic, Tactless
無勢(ぶぜい-bu ze i) Numerical inferiority, Being outnumbered
無難(ぶなん-bu na n) ① Safe (e.g. choice), Secure, Innocuous, Inoffensive, ② Acceptable, Passable, Satisfactory, Adequate, Faultless, Without flaw
無頼(ぶらい-bu ra i) Villainous, Rascally, Knavish
無頼漢(ぶらいかん-bu ra i ka n) Ruffian, Villain, Scoundrel, Rascal
無聊(ぶりょう-bu ryo u) Boredom, Tedium, Ennui
無礼(ぶれい-bu re i) Rudeness, Impoliteness, Discourtesy, Insolence
無礼講(ぶれいこう-bu re i ko u) Free and easy party, Drink as equals, Unceremonious party

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