2061-Jouyou-kanji “両” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Pair” or “Both of them” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “両”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “両” means “Both”, “Traditional unit of weight” or “Old monetary unit of Japan” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "両"

Jouyou Kanji “両”

Jouyou Kanji "両" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “両” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi りょう(ryou)
Kun-Yomi ふた(つ)(futa(tsu))
Meanings Pair, Couple, Set
Both of them, Both
Unit word for weight
Unit word for counting number of cars
Old monetary unit

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

Words Meanings
両院(りょういん-ryo u i n) Both Houses (of the Diet), Both houses of parliament, Both upper and lower house
両替(りょうがえ-ryo u ga e) Money exchange, Currency exchange, Exchange of money
両岸(りょうがん-ryo u ga n) Both banks of a river
両眼(りょうがん-ryo u ga n) Both eyes
両極(りょうきょく-ryo u kyo ku) Both poles, Both extremities, North and South Poles, Positive and negative poles
両虎相闘う(りょうこあいたたかう-ryo u ko a i ta ta ka u) Fighting of two brave men
両者(りょうしゃ-ryo u sha) Both persons, Both,
両親(りょうしん-ryo u shi n) Father and mother, Parents, Both parents
両性(りょうせい-ryo u se i) Both sexes
両性花(りょうせいか-ryo u se i ka) Bisexual flower, Androgynous flower
両性生殖(りょうせいせいしょく-ryo u se i se i sho ku) Bisexual reproduction
両成敗(りょうせいばい-ryo u se i ba i) Punishing both parties
両生類(りょうせいるい-ryo u se i ru i) Amphibian animal
両舌(りょうぜつ-ryo u ze tsu) Double-dealing
両全(りょうぜん-ryo u ze n) Completeness in both (e.g. loyalty and filial piety, study and sports etc)

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