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Meaning:

In Japanese,刺 means “to stab”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:さ、さす
Onyomi:し


How to write it:


Origin:

You can see a tree that has many thorns.
So people will get stabbed.
So 刺 means “to stab”.


Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
Inter刺激しげきstimulationNoun & Verb
Inter刺すさすto stabVerb
Adv名刺めいしbusiness cardNoun
Adv刺し身さしみsashimiNoun
H_Adv刺繍ししゅうembroideryNoun & Verb
H_Adv刺しさしsashimiNoun
H_Adv突き刺すつきさすto pierceVerb
H_Adv突き刺さるつきささるto stick inVerb
H_Adv刺客しかくassassinNoun
H_Adv刺さるささるto stabVerb
S_Adv風刺ふうしsatireNoun & Verb
S_Adv刺し殺すさしころすstab someone deadVerb
Others刺青いれずみtattooNoun
Others刺々しいとげとげしいharshi-Adj
OthersとげthornNoun
Others刺殺しさつstab someone deadNoun & Verb
Others有刺ゆうしbarbedNoun
Others刺し貫くさしつらぬくto pierceVerb
Others刺し網さしあみgill netNoun
Others串刺しくしざしskewerNoun
Others刺し違えるさしちがえるstab each otherVerb
Others虫刺されむしさされinsect biteNoun
Others穿刺せんしpunctureNoun
Others刺股さすまたman catcherNoun
Others刺し子さしこquiltingNoun
Others刺傷さしきずstab woundNoun & Verb
Others刺胞しほうcnidocyteNoun
Others刺し通すさしとおすto pierceVerb
Others鳥刺しとりさしbird catcherNoun
Others目刺しめざしdried sardinesNoun
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