Jisho

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5 strokes
Radical:
stand, erect
Parts:
stand up, rise, set up, erect
Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1
JLPT level N4
58 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Speed

Stroke order

On reading compounds

  • 立案 【リツアン】 planning, devising (a plan), drafting, drawing up
  • 立像 【リツゾウ】 standing statue, standing image
  • 並立 【ヘイリツ】 standing abreast
  • 不成立 【フセイリツ】 failure, rejection, rupture
  • 立ち木 【タチキ】 standing tree, standing timber
  • 立纓 【リュウエイ】 erect tail (of a traditional Japanese hat)
  • 開立 【カイリュウ】 extraction of cubic root
  • 造立 【ゾウリュウ】 erecting (temple, Buddhist statue, etc.)

Kun reading compounds

  • 立つ 【たつ】 to stand, to rise, to stand up, to find oneself (e.g. in a difficult position), to depart (on a plane, train, etc.)
  • 立つ瀬 【たつせ】 predicament, one's ground, one's position
  • 突立 【とったつ】 stand straight up
  • 立てる 【たてる】 to stand up, to put up, to set up, to erect, to raise, to thrust into, to bury into, to dig into, to make (a noise), to start (a rumour), to raise (a cloud of dust, etc.), to cause, to make, to establish, to set up, to develop, to formulate, to put up (a political candidate), to make (one's leader), to treat with respect, to give (someone) their due, to make (someone) look good, to avoid embarrassing (someone), to sharpen, to make clear, to shut, to close, to make tea (matcha), to perform the tea ceremony, to divide by, to do ... vigorously

Readings

Japanese names:
たち、 たっ、 たつ、 だて、 つい
Mandarin Chinese (pinyin):
li4
Korean:
rib

Spanish

  • levantarse
  • alzarse
  • ponerse en pie
  • levantar
  • erigir
  • estar en pie

Portuguese

  • Ficar de pé
  • levantar-se

French

  • debout
149 A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese (Florence Sakade)
37 A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese 3rd edition (Henshall, Seeley and De Groot)
73 A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters (Kenneth G. Henshall)
61 A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage
3343 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
72 Essential Kanji (P.G. O’Neill)
78 Japanese Kanji Flashcards (Max Hodges and Tomoko Okazaki)
194 Japanese Names (P.G. O’Neill)
2.7 Japanese for Busy People
121 Kanji and Kana (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
121 Kanji and Kana, 2nd Edition (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
174 Kanji in Context (Nishiguchi and Kono)
1459 Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
2486 Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
1257 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
1723 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary, 2nd Edition (Jack Halpern)
438 Les Kanjis dans la tete (Yves Maniette)
25721 Morohashi
1992 New Japanese English Character Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
4223 New Nelson (John Haig)
431 Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig)
462 Remembering The Kanji, 6th edition (James Heisig)
35 The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power (Dale Crowley)
49 Tuttle Kanji Cards (Alexander Kask)
473 2001 Kanji
5b0.1 The Kanji Dictionary
2-2-3 SKIP code
4-5-2 SKIP code
0010.8 Four corner code
1-46-9 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
7acb Unicode hex code

9 strokes
Radical:
step
Parts:
behind, back, later
Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 2
JLPT level N5
26 of 2500 most used kanji in newspapers

Speed

Stroke order

On reading compounds

  • 後 【ゴ】 after
  • 後日 【ゴジツ】 in the future, another day, later
  • 越後 【エチゴ】 Echigo (former province located in present-day Niigata Prefecture)
  • 終了後 【シュウリョウゴ】 after the end (of something), post-
  • 後援 【コウエン】 support, backing
  • 後遺症 【コウイショウ】 prognostic symptoms, after-effect
  • 向後 【コウゴ】 hereafter
  • 先後 【センゴ】 before and after, earlier and later, order, sequence, occurring almost simultaneously, inversion (of order)

Kun reading compounds

  • 後 【のち】 later, afterwards, future, after one's death, descendant
  • 後々 【のちのち】 future, distant future
  • 後々 【のちのち】 future, distant future
  • この後 【このあと】 after this, henceforth, henceforward, from now on
  • 後ろ 【うしろ】 back, behind, rear
  • 後ろ姿 【うしろすがた】 retreating figure, appearance from behind
  • 後ろ 【うしろ】 back, behind, rear
  • 後ろ姿 【うしろすがた】 retreating figure, appearance from behind
  • 後 【あと】 behind, rear, after, later, remainder, the rest, more (e.g. five more minutes), left, also, in addition, descendant, successor, heir, after one's death, past, previous
  • 後押し 【あとおし】 pushing, backing, boosting, supporting, pushing from behind (a cart, etc.), pusher
  • 亡き後 【なきあと】 after one's death
  • 後々 【あとあと】 future, distant future
  • 遅れる 【おくれる】 to be late, to be delayed, to fall behind schedule, to be overdue, to fall behind (in a race, one's studies, etc.), to lag behind, to be behind (the times), to be bereaved of, to be preceded by (someone) in death, to be slow (of a clock or watch)

Readings

Japanese names:
こし、 し、 しい、 しり
Mandarin Chinese (pinyin):
hou4
Korean:
hu

Spanish

  • después
  • atrás
  • detrás
  • retrasarse

Portuguese

  • atrás
  • costas
  • mais tarde

French

  • après
  • derrière
  • plus tard
208 A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese (Florence Sakade)
123 A Guide To Reading and Writing Japanese 3rd edition (Henshall, Seeley and De Groot)
111 A Guide To Remembering Japanese Characters (Kenneth G. Henshall)
45 A New Dictionary of Kanji Usage
1610 Classic Nelson (Andrew Nelson)
276 Essential Kanji (P.G. O’Neill)
53 Japanese Kanji Flashcards (Max Hodges and Tomoko Okazaki)
1300 Japanese Names (P.G. O’Neill)
2.11 Japanese for Busy People
48 Kanji and Kana (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
48 Kanji and Kana, 2nd Edition (Spahn and Hadamitzky)
30 Kanji in Context (Nishiguchi and Kono)
625 Kodansha Compact Kanji Guide
431 Kodansha Kanji Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
267 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
321 Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary, 2nd Edition (Jack Halpern)
1391 Les Kanjis dans la tete (Yves Maniette)
10098 Morohashi
361 New Japanese English Character Dictionary (Jack Halpern)
1742 New Nelson (John Haig)
1379 Remembering The Kanji (James Heisig)
1479 Remembering The Kanji, 6th edition (James Heisig)
48 The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power (Dale Crowley)
174 Tuttle Kanji Cards (Alexander Kask)
2067 2001 Kanji
3i6.5 The Kanji Dictionary
1-3-6 SKIP code
2224.7 Four corner code
1-24-69 JIS X 0208-1997 kuten code
5f8c Unicode hex code