1998-Jouyou-kanji “庸” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Employ” or “Hire” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “庸”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “庸” means “Mediocre”, “Why not” or “Tax (of old time)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "庸"

Jouyou Kanji “庸”

Jouyou Kanji "庸" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “庸” Stroke Order

Stroke # 11 Strokes
On-Yomi よう(you)
Kun-Yomi もち(いる)(mochi(iru))
つね(tsune)
なん(ぞ)(mam(zo))
おろ(か)(oro(ka))
Meanings Employ, Hire
A kind of tax of old time–(Work as labor or pay cloth)
Common, Ordinary, Not to mention, Mediocre
Why, Why not

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

Words Meanings
庸医(ようい-yo u i) Ordinary doctor, Quack doctor
庸器(ようき-yo u ki) Mediocrity, Banality, Ordinary, Commonplace, Common person
庸愚(ようぐ-yo u gu) Mediocrity, Imbecility
庸君(ようくん-yo u ku n) Stupid ruler, Lord of mediocre ability
庸才(ようさい-yo u sa i) Mediocre talent, Mediocre Person
庸人(ようじん-yo u ji n) Commoner, Common man, Common person
庸租(ようそ-yo u so) Labor and annual tribute
庸劣(ようれつ-yo u re tsu) Mediocre, Inferior, Commonplace, Foolish, Stupid
中庸(ちゅうよう-chu u yo u) Medium, Temperance, Moderate, Middle path
登庸(とうよう-to u yo u) Appointment, Assignment, Promotion
凡庸(ぼんよう-bo n yo u) Mediocrity, Banality, Average, Middling, Fair

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