1948-Jouyou-kanji “黙” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Silence” or “Keeping quiet” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “黙”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “黙” means “Quiet”, “Be silent” or “Muteness” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "黙"

Jouyou Kanji “黙”

Jouyou Kanji "黙" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “黙” Stroke Order

Stroke # 15 Strokes
On-Yomi もく(moku)
ぼく(boku)
Kun-Yomi だま(る)(dama(ru))
もだ(す)(moda(su))
だんま(り)(danma(ri))
Meanings Become silent, Be silent
Calm, Quiet

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

Words Meanings
黙劇(もくげき-mo ku ge ki) Pantomime, Dumb show
黙座(もくざ-mo ku za) Sit silently
黙殺(もくさつ-mo ku sa tsu) Ignoring, Disregarding, Taking no notice of, Refusing to comment on, Turning a deaf ear to
黙止(もくし-mo ku shi) Keeping quiet, Taking no measures, Keep one’s mouth shut, Shut one’s mouth
黙思(もくし-mo ku shi) Silent contemplation, Meditation
黙視(もくし-mo ku shi) View without saying a word, Tacit permission
黙識(もくし-mo ku shi) Comprehending the reason of a matter without expressing it in words
黙示(もくじ-mo ku ji) Revelation, Implying, Implication, Intimation, Hint
黙然(もくぜん or もくねん-mo ku ze n (or) mo ku ne n) Silently, In silence
黙想(もくそう-mo ku so u) Meditation, Silent contemplation
黙諾(もくだく-mo ku da i) Tacit consent, Acquiescence, Implicit agreement
黙禱(もくとう-mo ku to u) Silent prayer, Mental prayer
黙読(もくどく-mo ku do ku) Silent reading
黙認(もくにん-mo ku ni n) Connivance, Tacit consent, Toleration, Acquiescence
黙秘(もくひ-mo ku hi) Remaining silent, Keeping secret, Concealment

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