1972-Jouyou-kanji “有” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“There is” or “Exist” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “有”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “有” means “Possession”, “Being” or “Ownership” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "有"

Jouyou Kanji “有”

Jouyou Kanji "有" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “有” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi ゆう(yuu)
Kun-Yomi あ(る)(a(ru))
Meanings There is, Be, Exist
Have, Hold
Still more, Further, And more than that

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

Words Meanings
有明(ありあけ-a ri a ke) Sunup, Daybreak, Cockcrow, Dawn
有明行灯(ありあけあんどん-a ri a ke a n do n) Paper night-lamp (used when one go to bed)
有明月(ありあけづき-a ri a ke du ki) General term for the moon that remains in the sky even after dawn
有り合わせ(ありあわせ-a ri a wa se) On hand, Readily available
有り難い(ありがたい-a ri ga ta i) Grateful, Thankful, Welcome, Appreciated, Evoking gratitude
有難迷惑(ありがためいわく-a ri ga ta me i wa ku) Unwelcome favor, Misplaced kindness
有難う(ありがとう-a ri ga to u) Thank you, Thanks
有り金(ありがね-a ri ga ne) Money on hand
有り気(ありげ-a ri ge) Appearing to have, Seeming to be
有様(ありさま-a ri sa ma) ① State, Condition, Circumstances, Sight, Spectacle, ② The way things should be, Ideal state
有り体(ありてい-a ri te i) Unvarnished truth, Plain truth
有りの儘(ありのまま-a ri no ma ma) As it is, Plain, Unexaggerated, Unvarnished, Honest
有為(うい-u i) Perpetual change caused by karma, Vicissitudes of life, Non-permanent things
有為(ゆうい-yu u i) Capable, Able, Talented, Promising, Hopeful, Bright
有為転変(ういてんぺん-u i te n pe n) Vicissitudes of life, Mutability, Fleeting shifts and changes of human life
有卦に入る(うけにいる-u ke ni i ru) Have a run of good luck, To have good luck, To enter upon one’s lucky period of life


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