2103-Jouyou-kanji “烈” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Fierce” or “Intense” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “烈”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “烈” means “Splendid”, “Strong moral mind” or “Strong mind for justice” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "烈"

Jouyou Kanji “烈”

Jouyou Kanji "烈" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “烈” Stroke Order

Stroke # 10 Strokes
On-Yomi れつ(retsu)
Kun-Yomi はげ(しい)(hage(shii))
Meanings Violent, Intense, Fierce
Strong moral mind, Strong mind for justice, Strong and righteous
Splendid, Admirable, Respectable
Brilliant, Resplendent

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

Words Meanings
烈火(れっか-re kka) Raging fire, Conflagration, Inferno
烈士(れっし-re sshi) Upright man, Patriot, Hero
烈日(れつじつ-re tsu ji tsu) Blazing sun, Scorching sun, Hot day
烈女(れつじょ-re tsu jo) Heroic woman, Heroine, Heroic woman who sticks to her beliefs
烈震(れっしん-re sshi n) Disastrous earthquake
烈祖(れっそ-re sso) Meritorious Ancestors, Ancestors of great merit
烈婦(れっぷ-re ppu) Heroic woman, Heroine, Heroic woman who sticks to her beliefs
烈風(れっぷう-re ppu u) Gale, Violent wind, Strong wind
烈々(れつれつ-re tsu re tsu) Fervent, Fierce, Violent
激烈(げきれつ-ge ki re tsu) Intense, Acute, Severe, Violent, Terrible
壮烈(そうれつ-so u re tsu) Bold, Courageous, Brave
熱烈(ねつれつ-ne tsu re stu) Ardent, Passionate, Vehement, Enthusiastic
猛烈(もうれつ-mo u re tsu) Fierce, Intense, Severe, Violent, Strong, Vehement, Terrific, Terrible


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