Learn JLPT N2 Kanji

Meaning of 刺

thorn, pierce, stab, prick, sting

Onyomi


shi

Kunyomi

さ(す)、 さし、 とげ
sa(su), toge

Learn Japanese kanji: 【シ / さ(す)、 さし、 とげ】

Meaning: thorn, pierce, stab, prick, sting.

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Stroke Count: 8

- Example Sentences

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Example #1

しげきてきなことがすきです。
shigekiteki na koto ga suki desu.
I like exciting things.
Example #2

これがわたしのめいしです。
kore ga watashi no meishi desu.
This is my business card.
Example #3

あなたのはなしはとてもしげきてきだった。
anata no hanashi wa totemo shigekiteki datta.
Your words were very stimulating.
Example #4

わたしはまだめいしをもっていません。
watashi wa mada meishi wo motteimasen.
I don't have my business cards yet.
Example #5

かにさされた。
ka ni sasareta.
I was stung (bit) by a mosquito.
Example #6

おいしいさしみがひさしぶりにたべたいです。
oishii sashimi ga hisashiburini tabetai desu.
I want to have some delicious sashimi for the first time in a while.