2136-Jouyou-kanji “腕” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Arm” or “Cross arm” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “腕”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “腕” means “Brachium”, “Skill” or “Ability” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "腕"

Jouyou Kanji “腕”

Jouyou Kanji "腕" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “腕” Stroke Order

Stroke # 12 Strokes
On-Yomi わん(wan)
Kun-Yomi うで(ude)
Meanings Arm
Ability, Skill

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

Words Meanings
腕木(うでぎ-udegi) Roof truss, Bracket, Crossarm
腕組み(うでぐみ-udegumi) Folding one’s arms
腕比べ(うでくらべ-udekurabe) ① Skill competition, ② Competition for one’s strength against another
腕自慢(うでじまん-udejiman) Being proud of one’s strength or skill
腕尽く(うでずく-udezuku) ① Forcing other with one’s power, ② Doing thing with one’s full ability
腕相撲(うでずもう-udezumou) Arm wrestling
腕試し(うでだめし-udedameshi) Trying one’s skill, Trying one’s ability
腕一本臑一本(うでいっぽんすねいっぽん-u de i ppo n su ne i ppo n) Having no position or property and having nothing to rely on other than one’s own body
腕利き(うできき-u de ki ki) Man of ability, Able man, Particularly able person. Master-hand, Person of ability
腕揃い(うでぞろい-u de zo ro i) Being all of superior ability
腕立て(うでたて-u de ta te) To show off one’s physical strength, To compete with others by relying on one’s physical strength
腕っこき(うでこっき-u de kko ki) Able person, Person of ability
腕っ節(うでっぷし-u de ppu shi) Physical strength, Muscular strength
腕前(うでまえ-u de ma e) Skill, Ability, Talent, Capacity, Facility, Craftsmanship
腕を拱く(うでをこまねく-u de wo ko ma ne ku) To look on with arms folded, Just looking without doing anything
腕章(わんしょう-wa n sho u) Armband, Arm band, Brassard
腕白(わんぱく-wa n pa ku) Naughty, Mischievous, Unruly, Uncontrollable, Ungovernable, Indocile
腕力(わんりょく-wa n ryo ku) Physical strength, Muscular strength, Brute force, Muscular power, Violence, Strong arm


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