1926-Jouyou-kanji “名” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Name” or “Reputation” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “名”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “名” means “Title”, “Honor” or “Well known” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "名"

Jouyou Kanji “名”

Jouyou Kanji "名" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “名” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi めい(mei)
Kun-Yomi な(na)
Meanings Name, Naming
Famous, Well known
Honor, Reputation
Unit word for counting people

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

Words Meanings
名折れ(なおれ-na o re) Disgrace, Discredit, Dishonor, Blot, Shame
名残り(なごり-na go ri) Remnants, Remains, Traces, Vestiges, Relics, Remaining signs or influences after something are passed
名残り惜しい(なごりおしい-na go ri o shi i) To be sorry to part, Reluctant (to part)
名指し(なざし-na za shi) Naming, Nomination, Designation
名題(なだい-na da i) Titles of Kabuki Kyogen or Joruri etc, Title of Noh comedy
名題役者(なだいやくしゃ-na da i ya ku sha) Chief actor
名高い(なだかい-na da ka i) Famous, Noted, Renowned, Celebrated, Well-known
名だたる(なだたる-na da ta ru) Famous, Well‐known, Notorious, Noted
名取り(なとり-na to ri) ① Holders of diplomas of master, ② Accredited master
名に負う(なにおう-na ni o u) To be famous, To be celebrated, To be worthy of the name
名札(なふだ-na fu da) Name plate, Name tag, Label
名を竹帛に垂る(なをちくはくにたる-na wo chi ku ha ku ni ta ru) Remaining one’s name as a great man
名字 or 苗字(みょうじ-myo u ji) Surname, Family name, Last name
名字帯刀 or 苗字帯刀(みょうじたいとう-myo u ji ta i to u) The right to bear a surname and to wear a sword (during the Edo period)
名代(みょうだい-myo u da i) ① Proxy, Representative, ② Famous, Well‐known