2115-Jouyou-kanji “老” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Grow old” or “Old person” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “老”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “老” means “Senior”, “Old hand” or “Intellectual old person” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "老"

Jouyou Kanji “老”

Jouyou Kanji "老" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “老” Stroke Order

Stroke # 6 Strokes
On-Yomi ろう(rou)
Kun-Yomi お(いる)(o(iru))
Meanings Grow old, Old person
Experienced, Veteran, Old hand
Intellectual old person who experienced well
Word which is used when respect old person

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

Words Meanings
老い木(おいき-o i ki) Old tree
老い先(おいさき-o i sa ki) Remaining years (of an old person’s life)
老いの一徹(おいのいってつ-o i no i tte tsu) Obstinacy of old age
老いの僻耳(おいのひがみみ-o i no hi ga mi mi) Deafness and frequent mishearing with age
老い耄れ(おいぼれ-o i bo re) Feeble-minded old man, Senile old fool, Dotard
老いらく(おいらく-o i ra ku) Old age, Declining years
老舗(しにせ or ろうほ-shi ni se (or) ro u ho) Long-established shop, Shop of long standing, Old shop
老酒(らおちゅう or ろうしゅ-ra o chu u (or) ro u shu) Fermented Chinese alcoholic beverage (esp. Shaoxing wine)
老翁(ろうおう-ro u o u) Old man, Greybeard, Methuselah
老媼(ろうおう-ro u o u) Old woman
老鶯(ろうおう-ro u o u) ① Warbler singing from late spring to summer, ② Warbler with a hoarse voice
老化(ろうか-ro u ka) Aging, Senile deterioration, Senescence
老獪(ろうかい-ro u ka i) Knavish, Tricky, Slick, Dodgy, Guileful, Sly, Cunning, Wily, Crafty, Tricksy, Foxy
老眼(ろうがん-ro u ga n) Presbyopia, Age-related longsightedness, Farsightedness
老眼鏡(ろうがんきょう-ro u ga n kyo u) Reading glasses, Convex glasses


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