2051-Jouyou-kanji “留” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Stay” or “Keep back” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “留”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “留” means “Detain”, “Remaining” or “Ruble (basic monetary unit of Russia and some others)” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "留"

Jouyou Kanji “留”

Jouyou Kanji "留" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “留” Stroke Order

Stroke # 10 Strokes
On-Yomi りゅう(ryuu)
Kun-Yomi と(める)(to(meru))
Meanings Halt, Stay, Remain, Stop
Keep back, Detain
Ruble (monetary unit of Russia and some others)

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

Words Meanings
留意(りゅうい-ryu u i) Heeding, Paying attention, Bearing in mind, Attention, Consideration, Notice
留学(りゅがく-ryu u ga ku) ① Studying abroad, ② (Temporarily) studying at another school (to learn a specific skill)
留滞(りゅうたい-ryu u ta i) Stay, Stagnation, Standstill, Accumulation, Pile-up, Congestion, Retention
留置(りゅうち-ryu u chi) Detention (during investigation), Imprisonment, Poundage, Custody
留鳥(りゅうちょう-ryu u cho u) Resident bird, Sedentary bird, Nonmigratory bird
留任(りゅうにん-ryu u ni n) Remaining in office, Staying in office, Remaining at one’s post
留年(りゅうねん-ryu u ne n) Remaining same class for another year, Repeating a year at the school
留別(りゅうべつ-ryu u be tsu) Farewell to those staying behind
留保(りゅうほ-ryu u ho) Suspense, Retention, Reserving, Withholding
留守(るす-ru su) ① Absence, Being away from home, ② House-sitting, House-sitter, ③ Being left unattended to (of one’s studies, etc), Neglecting
遺留(いりゅう-i ryu u) ① Leaving behind (after death), Bequest, ② Leaving behind, Forgetting
書留(かきとめ-ka ki to me) ① Registered mail, Registered post, ② (Putting on) record, Writing down, Noting down, Registry
居留(きょりゅう-kyo ryu u) Residence, Reside
拘留(こうりゅう-ko u ryu u) Detention, Custody, Confinement, Imprisonment, Internment
滞留(たいりゅう-ta i ryu u) Stay, Stagnation, Standstill, Accumulation, Pile-up, Congestion, Retention


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