2004-Jouyou-kanji “腰” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Waist” or “Lower back” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “腰”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “腰” means “Lumbar region”, “Lower part of mountain” or “Important part” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "腰"

Jouyou Kanji “腰”

Jouyou Kanji "腰" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “腰” Stroke Order

Stroke # 13 Strokes
On-Yomi よう(you)
Kun-Yomi こし(koshi)
Meanings Waist
Important part
Put something on one’s waist

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

Words Meanings
腰揚げ(こしあげ-ko shi a ge) Tuck at the waist
腰板(こしいた-ko shi i ta) Wainscot sheathing, Wainscot panel, Wainscot, Wooden paneling, Wainscot panel
腰帯(こしおび-ko shi o bi) Waist band, Girdle, Sash, Belt rail, Pelvic girdle, Hip girdle
腰折れ(こしおれ-ko shi o re) ① Bad poem, My humble poem, ② Stooped over (e.g. old people), Bowed
腰掛け(こしかけ-ko shi ka ke) ① Stool, Seat, Bench, ② Temporary job while looking for a better job or until one marries
腰巾着(こしぎんちゃく-ko shi gi n cha ku) ① Hanger-on, Follower, Flunky, Sycophant, ② Purse strapped round one’s waist
腰砕け(こしくだけ-ko shi ku da ke) Collapsing in the middle of a bout, Breaking down (while in the middle of something), Faltering halfway
腰高(こしだか-ko shi da ka) ① Name of high gravity-center lacquered bowls, High paneling fixtures (sliding doors, shoji etc), ② Overbearing, ③ Unstable wrestling stance
腰だめ(こしだめ-ko shi da me) ① Shooting from the hip, ② Rough estimate, Starting something without sufficient preparation, Acting on a vague estimate
腰付き(こしつき-ko shi tsu ki) Gait, Posture, The way one carries oneself
腰縄(こしなわ-ko shi na wa) Leash, Rope tied round prisoner’s waists
腰抜け(こしぬけ-ko shi nu ke) Coward, Weak‐kneed person, Poltroon
腰の物(こしのもの-ko shi no mo no) ① Sword worn on the hip, ② Something worn on the hip (sword, pill box, money pouch etc)
腰羽目(こしばめ-ko shi ba me) Wainscoting, Wainscot
腰張り(こしばり-ko shi ba ri) ① Wainscoting, Wainscot, ② Sliding door’s decorative paper skirt


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