1983-Jouyou-kanji “憂” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Anxiety” or “Worry” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “憂”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “憂” means “Sorrow”, “Be anxious” or “Be afraid of” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "憂"

Jouyou Kanji “憂”

Jouyou Kanji "憂" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “憂” Stroke Order

Stroke # 15 Strokes
On-Yomi ゆう(yuu)
Kun-Yomi うれ(える)(ure(eru))
うれ(い)(ure(i))
う(い)(u(i))
Meanings Anxiety, Worry, Be anxious, Be afraid of
Hard, Bitter, Painful, Trying

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

Words Meanings
憂鬱(ゆううつ-yu u u tsu) Gloom, Melancholy, Depression, Dejection, Despondency
憂患(ゆうかん-yu u ka n) Sorrow, Worry, Distress, Grief
憂国(ゆうこく-yu u ko ku) Patriotic concern for the future of one’s country, Patriotism
憂愁(ゆうしゅう-yu u shu u) Gloom, Melancholy, Grief, Sorrow
憂色(ゆうしょく-yu u sho ku) Gloomy air, Worried look, Melancholy air, Anxious look, Traces of sorrow
憂心(ゆうしん-yu u shi n) Grieving heart, Anxiousness, Anxiety
憂世(ゆうせい-yu u se i) Worrying about world conditions
憂憤(ゆうふん-yu u fu n) Grief and anger, Complain about
憂民(ゆうみん-yu u mi n) Worrying about people
憂悶(ゆうもん-yu u mo n) Anguish, Mortification, Torment, Agony
憂慮(ゆうりょ-yu u ryo) Anxiety, Concern, Fear, Solicitude, Care, Apprehension, Dread
一喜一憂(いっきいちゆう-i kki i chi yu u) Alternating between happiness and anxiety, Swinging between joy and sorrow
杞憂(きゆう-ki yu u) Imaginary [needless] fears, Needless fears, Groundless apprehension, Unfounded worry
先憂後楽(せんゆうこうらく-se n yu u ko u ra ku) Worrying before one’s people worry, enjoying oneself only after one’s people have enjoyed themselves

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