Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 7 strokes
Jinmeiyou Kanji (used in names)

Search words that:
- start with 坐
- end with 坐
- contain 坐
sit
KUN:
  • すわ.る
    suwa.ru
  • おわす
    owasu
  • そぞろに
    sozoroni
  • まします
    mashimasu
ON:
  • za
  • sa
Written with 7 strokes
Jinmeiyou Kanji (used in names)
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 64 results)

Godan-ru verb, intransitive verb
1.
to sit, to squat
2.
to assume (a position)
3.
to hold steady, to hold still(esp. 据わる, 据る)
All readings:
座る【すわる】
坐る【すわる】
据わる【すわる】
据る【すわる】[1]
Notes:
  1. irregular okurigana usage

noun
1.
tatami room, tatami mat room, formal Japanese room
2.
dinner party in a tatami room (esp. when a geisha or maiko attends)
All readings:
座敷【ざしき】
坐敷【ざしき】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing irregular kanji usage

noun
zabuton (flat floor cushion used when sitting or kneeling; usu. rectangular)
All readings:
座布団【ざぶとん】
座ぶとん【ざぶとん】
座蒲団【ざぶとん】
坐蒲団【ざぶとん】

noun, auxillary suru verb
1.
implication (in a crime), involvement
2.
sitting in a row (in the same seat)(archaism)
All readings:
連座【れんざ】
連坐【れんざ】

noun
1.
sitting
2.
stability
All readings:
座り【すわり】
坐り【すわり】

noun
zazen (seated Zen meditation, usu. in a cross-legged position)(Buddhist term)
All readings:
座禅【ざぜん】
坐禅【ざぜん】

noun, auxillary suru verb
seiza, kneeling with the tops of the feet flat on the floor, and sitting on the soles
All readings:
正座【せいざ】
正坐【せいざ】

noun
sitting cross-legged (i.e. Indian style)(usually kana)
All readings:
あぐら《胡座》
あぐら《胡坐》
あぐら《胡床》
こざ《胡座》
こざ《胡坐》
こざ《胡床》

noun, auxillary suru verb
remaining an idle spectator, looking on unconcernedly (doing nothing)
All readings:
座視【ざし】
坐視【ざし】

noun, auxillary suru verb
running aground, being stranded, grounding, beaching
All readings:
座礁【ざしょう】
坐礁【ざしょう】
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Example sentences(showing 3 results)

かれ
ぞく
家族
He sat surrounded by his family

おれ
ゆび
指さした
しょ
場所
I sit down crosslegged where Aoi points

ほう
こうせき
後部座席
すわ
お坐り
くだ
下さい
Smokers are asked to occupy the rear seats