Learn JLPT N4 Kanji

Meaning of 起

wake up, get up; rouse




お(きる)、 おこ(す)
o(kiru), oko(su)

Learn Japanese kanji: 【キ / お(きる)、 おこ(す)】

Meaning: wake up, get up; rouse.

374 of 2,500 most used kanji in newspapers.

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How to write 起 - stroke order:

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Stroke Count: 10

- Example Sentences

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Example #1

mainichi asa roku ji ni okiru.
I wake up at 6am every morning.
Example #2

anata wo okoshite shimai mashita ka?
Did I wake you up?
Example #3

kare wa watashi ni kiritsu suru you ni meirei shita.
He ordered me to stand up.
Example #4

watashi wa pasokon wo saikidou suru hitsuyou ga aru.
I need to restart my computer.

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