Language - Speaking - Pronunciation - Vocabulary - Conversation - Culture - Food
Japanese Kanji Grade 1
# 46
Meaning foot, leg
Onyomi ソク,  ショク
Kunyomi あし,  たす,  たりる,  たる
Usage See examples below
Writing practice
 
Stroke Order Rules
 
1. Write from left to right, and from top to bottom
2. Horizontal before vertical
3. Cutting strokes last
4. Diagonals right-to-left before diagonals left-to-right
5. Center verticals before outside "wings"
6. Outside before inside
7. Left vertical before enclosing
8. Bottom enclosing strokes last
9. Dots and minor strokes last
 
SODs and SODAs under license from KanjiCafe.com
 

Examples

Kanji

Japanese

Romaji

English

あし ashi leg, foot
足首 あしくび ashikubi ankle
足の指 あしのゆび ashinoyubi toe
足音 あしおと ashioto footsteps (sound)
足袋 たび tabi Japanese socks
足摺 あしずり ashizuri stamping feet
足跡 そくせき sokuseki footprints
足慣らし あしならし ashinarashi warming up
足が遅い あしがおそい ashigaosoi to be slow-footed
足下 あしもと ashimoto at one's feet

Howie
Hayman

Learn
English

English
Videos

Home
Education

San Diego
Events

Akikos
Kitchen
PLEASE POST A COMMENT THANKS