Definition of 終

  • end
  • finish

Readings

On'Yomi (音読み) Kun'yomi (訓読み)
  • シュウ
  • わる
  • -おわる
  • おわ
  • える
  • つい
  • つい

Popular Words With This Kanji

仕舞う, 終う, 了う, 蔵う, しまう

to finish, to close, to do something completely, to put away, to put an end to

終わる, 終る, 了わる, 卒わる, 畢わる, 竟わる, おわる

to finish, to end, to close

終わる, 終る, 了わる, 卒わる, 畢わる, 竟わる, おわる

to finish, to end, to close

最終, さいしゅう

last, final, closing

終える, 了える, 卒える, おえる

to finish, to graduate

終了, しゅうりょう

end, close, termination

最終的, さいしゅうてき

finally

終結, しゅうけつ

end, close

終値, 終わり値, 終り値, おわりね

closing price (stock exchange, etc.)

終値, 終わり値, 終り値, おわりね

closing price (stock exchange, etc.)


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