1957-Jouyou-kanji “役” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Role” or “Play the part of” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “役”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “役” means “Battle”, “Scoring combination (for card games or gambling etc)” or “Position (of responsibility)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "役"

Jouyou Kanji “役”

Jouyou Kanji "役" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “役” Stroke Order

Stroke # 7 Strokes
On-Yomi やく(yaku)
えき(eki)
Kun-Yomi つと(め)(tsuto(me))
いくさ(ikusa)
Meanings Duty, Service, Work
Position, Post
Employ, Use (a person)
Battle
Play the part of

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

Words Meanings
役畜(えきちく-e ki chi ku) Draft animal, Work cattle, Beast of burden
役員(やくいん-ya ku i n) Director, Executive, Officer
役柄(やくがら-ya ku ga ra) Role
役儀(やくぎ-ya ku gi) Role, Duty, Responsibility
役者(やくしゃ-ya ku sha) ① Actor, Actress, ② Man of wits, Clever person, Cunning fellow
役所(やくしょ-ya ku sho) Public office, Government office
役職(やくしょく-ya ku sho ku) ① Post, Official position, ② Managerial position, Executive position
役僧(やくそう-ya ku so u) Priest in charge of a temple’s clerical duties
役宅(やくたく-ya ku ta ku) Government housing for officials
役付き(やくつき-ya ku tsu ki) Holding a position of responsibility, Getting leading position, Executive
役得(やくとく-ya ku to ku) Perquisite, Perk, Side benefit, Emoluments
役人(やくにん-ya ku ni n) Governmental official, Public servant
役人根性(やくにんこんじょう-ya ku ni n ko n jo u) Bureaucracy, Bureaucratism, Bureaucratic spirit
役場(やくば-ya ku ba) Town office, Public office, Town hall, Village office
役不足(やくぶそく-ya ku bu so ku) Dissatisfaction with the work (role) given to one, Feeling oneself above the given work (role), Dissatisfaction with one’s assigned part

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