Kanji for "騒" - meaning, reading, strokes, radical, and usage examples.
- Onyomi What is Onyomi?
Reading based on old Chinese pronunciation.
- Kunyomi What is Kunyomi?
Reading based on Japanese to express the meaning of kanji.
There are some Kanji characters that need to be fed, such as “嬉しい”.
- Strokes What is Strokes?
The stroke order is the order of writing kanji.
Created with the aim of unifying the stroke order as much as possible so as not to cause confusion in learning instruction.
- Radical What is Radical?
Radical is a part of a kanji used to classify kanji.
In radical classification, at least one radical is assigned to all Kanji characters.
Sentences including 騒
Don't make noise. keep quiet.
The teacher told the boy not to make noise.
I can't put up with this noise.
Can you put up with the noise?
I can't put up with the noise.
Her voice was heard above the noise.
I used to work in a noisy room.
What's all this noise about?
I can't put up with this noise any more.
People who make no noise are dangerous.
Sentences from Japanese classical masterpieces