1988-Jouyou-kanji “余” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Remain” or “Left over” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “余”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “余” means “I (or Myself)”, “Time to spare” or “More than” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "余"

Jouyou Kanji “余”

Jouyou Kanji "余" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “余” Stroke Order

Stroke # 7 Strokes
On-Yomi よ(yo)
Kun-Yomi あま(る)(ama(ru))
Meanings I, Myself
Remain, Left over
Remainder, Rest, Remnants, Surplus
Time to spare
Rest, Other

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

Words Meanings
余威(よい-yo i) Elation, Intoxication, Surplus power
余意(よい-yo i) Implied meaning
余韻 or 余音(よいん-yo i n) ① Reverberation, Swelling (of a hymn), Trailing note, ② Lingering memory, Aftertaste, ③ Suggestiveness (of a book, poem, etc)
余蘊(ようん-yo u n) Inexhaustible supply
余栄(よえい-yo e i) Posthumous honors
余殃(よおう-yo o u) Trouble brought on by sins of forebears
余暇(よか-yo ka) Leisure, Leisure time, Spare time, By-time
余寒(よかん-yo ka n) Lingering cold of early spring, Lingering winter
余技(よぎ-yo gi) Hobby, Avocation
余儀(よぎ-yo gi) Another thing, Another method, Another problem
余興(よきょう-yo kyo u) Attraction, Performance (at a party or banquet etc), Side show, Entertainment
余業(よぎょう-yo gyo u) Side line, Avocation, Supplementary industry, Subsidiary industry, Side-work, By-business
余薫(よくん-yo ku n) ① Lingering odor, ② Benefit left by ancestors
余計(よけい-yo ke i) ① Extra, Too much, Excessive, Superfluous, Surplus, ② Unnecessary, Needless, Uncalled-for, Unwanted, Uninvited, ③ All the more, Even more
余慶(よけい-yo ke i) ① Fortunate heredity, Blessings, Rewards of virtue, ② Blessing received by descendants in return for the good deeds of their ancestors


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