1941-Jouyou-kanji “毛” Stroke Order and Meanings

“Hair” or “Very small” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “毛”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “毛” means “Growing plants”, “Only a little” or “One thousandth” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "毛"

Jouyou Kanji “毛”

Jouyou Kanji "毛" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “毛” Stroke Order

Stroke # 4 Strokes
On-Yomi もう(mou)
Kun-Yomi け(ke)
Meanings Hair
Growing plants
Only a little, Very small
One thousandth
Animals, Beasts

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

Words Meanings
毛穴(けあな-ke a na) Pores (in the skin)
毛糸(けいと-ke i to) Knitting wool, Woolen yarn, Pinnule
毛色(けいろ-ke i ro) ① Hair color, Fur color, ② Disposition, Type, Kind, Nature
毛織り(けおり-ke o ri) Woollen fabric, Woollen cloth
毛織物(けおりもの-ke o ri mo no) Wool, Woollen cloth, Wool fabric, Woolen fabrics
毛皮(けがわ-ke ga wa) Fur, Pelage, Pelt
毛嫌い(けぎらい-ke gi ra i) Antipathy, Prejudice, Instinctive dislike
毛筋(けすじ-ke su ji) ① Hair, Hairline, ② Minor details, ③ Comb lines in hair, Comb tracks
毛唐(けとう-ke to u) Damn Westerner, Hairy foreigner, Outlander, Alien, Foreigner, Noncitizen
毛並み(けなみ-ke na mi) Filiation, Descent, Line of descent, Lineage
毛彫り(けぼり-ke bo ri) Hairlines (on an engraving), Hairline engraving, Fine engraving
毛虫(けむし-ke mu shi) Hairy caterpillar, Woolly bear caterpillar
毛槍(けやり-ke ya ri) Keyari, Feathered ornamental spear carried at the head of a daimyo’s procession
毛を吹いて疵を求む(けをふいてきずをもとむ-ke wo fu i te ki zu wo mo to mu) To be nitpicky, To be fault-finding
毛管(もうかん-mo u ka n) Capillary, Capillary tube


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