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Stroke Count
4 Strokes
木 + 0 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. tree, wood
Kun'yomi: き、こ、こ-。
On'yomi: モク。(Go-on Reading)
ボク。(Kan-on Reading)

Japanese Meaning for 木

Dictionary Entries for 木

  1. tree; shrub; bush
  2. wood; timber
  1. Thursday
  2. wood (first of the five elements)

Stroke Order Diagrams for 木

Construction of Character for 木

Origin and construction of 木
  1. 象形

Kanji related to 木

  • 稿

Meanings in Other Languages for 木

  1. arbre, bois (matière)
  1. árvore, madeira
  1. árbol, madera

Comments for 木

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It really looks like a tree.

#6 Posted by vaibhav.jpn over 5 years ago

ty for advice i will try study both :)

#5 Posted by yamenarhim over 8 years ago

yamenarhim-chan ^_^ it's better (and necessary) to study both onyomi and kunyomi because you will need them both for reading well Japanese ^_*
but don't worry, you will be surprised at how somehow it will become spontaneous to recognize when you have to use kunyomi and when onyomi, with practice :3

#4 Posted by Usagi over 8 years ago

what you advice me to study the 2 or just  Onyomi well be enogh?

#3 Posted by yamenarhim over 8 years ago

Kunyomi is the Japanese reading and onyomi is the chinese reading. Onyomi is mainly used for nouns, and is usually used when a kanji is imbedded in other kanji such as 木曜日(もくようび)(Thursday). Kunyomi would be used for something like 木の葉(このは)(tree leaves).

#2 Posted by lovegarden over 8 years ago

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