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Meaning:

In Japanese,静 means “quiet”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:しず
Onyomi:せい、じょう


How to write it:


Origin:

You can see a rope and a chair.
If you use the rope to tie this chair, it won’t shake anymore when you use it.
So 静 means “quiet”.


Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
Basic静かしずかquietna-Adj
Inter冷静れいせいcalmNoun & na-Adj
Adv静めるしずめるto calmVerb
Adv静止せいしstationaryNoun & Verb
Adv静寂せいじゃくsilenceNoun & na-Adj
H_Adv平静へいせいcalmNoun & na-Adj
H_Adv静まり返るしずまりかえるbe quietVerb
H_Adv静まるしずまるbe quietVerb
H_Adv安静あんせいrestNoun & na-Adj
H_Adv静けさしずけさsilenceNoun
H_Adv鎮静ちんせいcalmNoun & Verb
S_Adv物静かものしずかquietna-Adj
S_Adv動静どうせいmovementNoun
S_Adv静脈じょうみゃくveinNoun
S_Adv静養せいようrestNoun & Verb
S_Adv閑静かんせいquietNoun & na-Adj
Others静的せいてきstaticna-Adj
Others寝静まるねしずまるto fall asleepVerb
Others沈静ちんせいcalmNoun & Verb & na-Adj
Others沈静化ちんせいかcalming downNoun & Verb
Others静謐せいひつtranquillityNoun & na-Adj
Others静態せいたいstaticNoun
Others静粛せいしゅくquietNoun & na-Adj
Others静粛性せいしゅくせいquietnessNoun
Others静穏せいおんcalmNoun & na-Adj
Others静音せいおんlow noiseNoun
Others静物せいぶつstill lifeNoun
Others静電せいでんelectrostaticNoun
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