allograph (different shape but same meaning)
connotation as a character part
abbreviated, abbreviation
contracted, contraction
extended meaning
government
kanji, ideograph, character
literal translation from the Shuowen Jiezi
modified, modification
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mijn hanzi, modification
opposite meaning or situation
when used as a character part
explanation according to Richard Sears (http://hanziyuan.net/)
one of the 214 radicals in the traditional character classification system
situation chosen for evoking this meaning
suffix for counting units of objects, etc.
Unclassified by Joseph De Roo.

Characters

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RS
wheel, revolve, turn, recurinvention / (thought out) of the wheel
RS
cut, chop, sever, behead
  • RS. the cutting of cart wheels by axe being a common trade in old China
  • chop off a head with an axe so it rolls away like a wheel
RS
X
vehicle, wheel seen from above and placed vertically; see ; con.: palanquin, sedan chair, cart ; ; 1543-1578; ;
RS
𨏖𠦴cart, vehicle, carry in cart lit. wheel holder ; rikhsa 𨏖 (two wheels and two handles ; 𠦴: cart with two wheels ; con. a wheel ; ; 1543-1578; ;
RStrunk of tree or of human bodyfarmer holding his tool watching the sun rise behind a tree trunk (tree without branches)
RS
fence, Koreaplace where the sun is strong and fenced so you have to walk around it /
RS
carriage, high, wide, balcony, flats, eavesRS. a cart with a front bar : a type of carriage; it is parked in front of the high and wide flat of it's owner and is visible from it's balcony
RS
join, connect, continuous, even, leadgoing by car one is connected to the world; when going by car the wheels have to turn continuously; move a bunch of soldiers by car : lead them into battle
RS
X
become dry, dry begging for water because of the intense heat of the sun ), the north-west: dried up day: see zodiac;
RSdrought, dry, exhausted
  • RS. at dawn when the sun comes up things begin to dry
  • man begging for water when the sun rises : he's exhausted in the drought
RS
𨊠track, rut, path
  • place with bumping cars
  • place where cars sail by
  • kneeling person for cars passing by at the track: race car fan
  • a rack railway track (| a sleeper, the rails) with the rack ()'s teeth nine cm apart
RSable to, win, overcome, conquer, love of superiority, gram, limitkind of spoon : contains about a gram of drugs able to conquer anyone
RSmorality; virtues, behavior; conduct modf.
RS𢛳ethics, morality, virtue when heart, mind and feelings are honest one comes to virtue
RS
X
truth, reality, exactly, pure many eyes on a podium see what really goes on ; ;
RSreal, actual, true, genuine
  • see if a man is straight 𥄂
  • pry open many shells to find out the truth
  • RS. something straight put on a table to look at
; ;
RS
soft, flexible, pliable, weak
  • RS. a man drawn cart : flexible, might be a weak link
  • characteristic which most cars lack
RS
X
east sun rising behind the trees , starting its course to the west; con.: sunrise, straight line from east to west ; ;
RS
east, eastern, eastward
  • lit.: sun shining through the trees in the morning: the sun rises in the east
  • con. early in the morning
; ;
RSthorn, see
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