1991-Jouyou-kanji “幼” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Infant” or “Juvenile” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “幼”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “幼” means “Little child”, “Immature” or “childhood” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "幼"

Jouyou Kanji “幼”

Jouyou Kanji "幼" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “幼” Stroke Order

Stroke # 5 Strokes
On-Yomi よう(you)
ゆう(yuu)
Kun-Yomi おさな(い)(osana(i))
いとけな(い)(itokena(i))
Meanings Infant, Juvenile, Childish
A baby, An infant, A child

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

Words Meanings
幼心(おさなごころ-o sa na go ko ro) Child’s mind, Child’s heart, Young mind
幼馴染み(おさななじみ-o sa na na ji mi) Childhood friend, Friend from one’s childhood, Playmate from one’s childhood
幼芽(ようが-yo u ga) Germ, Plumule
幼学(ようがく-yo u ga ku) Learning at an early age
幼魚(ようぎょ-yo u gyo) Larval fish, Larva, Young fish, Fry
幼愚(ようぐ-yo u gu) Not knowing anything because of being child
幼君(ようくん-yo u ku n) Young lord, Young master
幼子(ようし or おさなご-yo u shi (or) o sa na go) Infant, Baby, Little child
幼児(ようじ-yo u ji) Toddler, Baby, Infant, Little child
幼時(ようじ-yo u ji) Childhood, Babyhood, Infancy
幼弱(ようじゃく-yo u ja ku) Young and weak
幼女(ようじょ-yo u jo) Little girl
幼少(ようしょう-yo u sho u) Infancy, Juvenile, Young, Puerility, Childhood
幼稚(ようち-yo u chi) Childish, Infantile, Puerile, Inexperienced, Immature
幼稚園(ようちえん-yo u chi e n) Kindergarten, Nursery school, Preschool

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