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Japanese Kanji Grade 2
# 88
Meaning thin
Onyomi サイ,  セイ
Kunyomi こまか,  こまかい,  ほそい,  ほそる
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
 
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Examples
 

Kanji

Japanese

Romaji

English

細い ほそい hosoi thin, slender, fine
細る ほそる hosoru to get thin
細々 ほそぼそ hosobaso very narrow, poor
細面 ほそおもて hosoomote slender face
細腰 さいよう saiyou slender hips
細かい こまかい komakai small, fine, minute
細める ほそめる hosomeru to make narrow
細やか こまやか komayaka friendly
細糸 さいし saishi filament
細説 さいせつ saisetsu detailed explanation

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