1935-Jouyou-kanji “免” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Exempt” or “Connive” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “免”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “免” means “Dismissal”, “Permit” or “Be Exempted” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "免"

Jouyou Kanji “免”

Jouyou Kanji "免" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “免” Stroke Order

Stroke # 8 Strokes
On-Yomi めん(men)
Kun-Yomi まぬか(れる)(manuka(reru))
Meanings Be Exempted, Avoid, Evade, Get rid of
Exempt, Connive
Stop, Make (a person) stop (doing)
Bear (a baby)

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

Words Meanings
免れて恥無し(まぬがれてはじなし-ma nu ga re te ha ji na shi) Not being ashamed of committing wrongdoing as long as one can escape regulation
免役(めんえき-me n e ki) Granting immunity,Immunity, Exemption
免疫(めんえき-me n e ki) Immunity from a disease, Immunization
免官(めんかん-me n ka n) Dismissal, Discharge, Dismiss somebody from an official post
免許(めんきょ-me n kyo) License, Permission, Permit, Certificate
免許営業(めんきょえいぎょう-me n kyo e i gyo u) Licensed business
免許皆伝(めんきょかいでん-me n kyo ka i de n) Possessing full mastery of an art (e.g. Judo), Initiation into the secrets (e.g. of an art), Full mastership
免罪(めんざい-me n za i) Acquittal, Indulgence, Remission of sin, Pardon
免囚(めんしゅう-me n shu u) Discharged prisoner, Ex-convict
免除(めんじょ-me n jo) Remission, Exemption, Immunity, Waiver
免状(めんじょう-me n jo u) Diploma, License
免職(めんしょく-me n sho ku) Dismissal, Discharge, Firing, Removal
免税(めんぜい-me n ze i) Tax exemption, Duty exemption, Duty free
免責(めんせき-me n se ki) Exemption from responsibility, Disclaimer, Exemption from obligation, Discharge
免租(めんそ-me n so) Tax exemption, Remission of taxes, Exemption from taxation


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