This kanji has kunyoumi or Japanese readings of: とお or と, and it has onyoumi or Chinese readings of: ジュウ、ジッ or ジュッ. This character has the meaning: ten. This character is made up of the following radicals or parts: a vertical stroke, and a horizontal stroke (or the kanji “one” or ichi). You can remember this kanji by the fact this character is similar to the method of counting to four then crossing the four to mean five, crossing this single line means ten. Our example sentence is: はははたまごをじゅうこゆでた。母は卵を十個茹でた。Mother boiled ten eggs.
Mother boiled ten eggs.