jun4
old variant of 俊

jun4
smart; eminent; handsome; talented

jun4
variant of 俊

zun4
(dialectal pronunciation of 俊); cool; neat

strokes 9
radical
strokes after radical 7
帝俊 帝俊 di4 jun4
Dijun, Shang dynasty protector God; possibly same as legendary Emperor 帝嚳|帝喾

海部俊树 海部俊樹 hai3 bu4 jun4 shu4
KAIFU Toshiki (1931-), Japanese politician, prime minister 1989-1991

俊拔 俊拔 jun4 ba2
outstandingly talented

俊杰 俊傑 jun4 jie2
elite; outstanding talent; genius

俊美 俊美 jun4 mei3
pretty; handsome

俊俏 俊俏 jun4 qiao4
attractive and intelligent; charming; elegant

俊秀 俊秀 jun4 xiu4
well-favored; elegant; pretty

俊雅 俊雅 jun4 ya3
elegant; smart; delicate

李俊 李俊 li3 jun4
Li Jun, fictional character from 水滸傳|水浒传

马俊仁 馬俊仁 ma3 jun4 ren2
Ma Junren (1944-), Chinese track coach

溥俊 溥儁 pu3 jun4
a Qing prince who was the designated successor to emperor Guangxu until the Boxer uprising

忍俊 忍俊 ren3 jun4
smiling

忍俊不禁 忍俊不禁 ren3 jun4 bu4 jin1
cannot help laughing; unable to restrain a smile

识时务者为俊杰 識時務者為俊傑 shi2 shi2 wu4 zhe3 wei4 jun4 jie2
Only an outstanding talent can recognize current trends (idiom). A wise man submits to circumstances.

徐俊 徐俊 xu2 jun4
Xu Jun (1962-), Chinese Chinese chess grandmaster

杨俊 楊俊 yang2 jun4
Yang Jun (571-600), son of the first Sui emperor 楊堅|杨坚

英俊 英俊 ying1 jun4
handsome

肇俊哲 肇俊哲 zhao4 jun4 zhe2
Zhao Junzhe (1979-), Chinese football player

朱俊 朱儁 zhu1 jun4
Zhu Jun (-195), politician and general at the end of later Han