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://www.chineseetymology.org)
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.

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RSorder, orderly, salary, decadesalary in grain earned and lost (in a cafe) afterwards: certain order followed each month
RSgrain still on stalk, rice plant, tree with 2 branches rad. 115 rice stalk ; tree with a second branch ; ; 2241-2278
RS𠂟distinguish, sort, rad. 165RS. distinguishing rocks from rice :
RSride, ascend, avail oneself of, numerary adjunct for vehicles, powermodf. : two men climbing up a tree
RSharvest, cut grainmeasure the harvested grain
RS
X
entrust with weeding, ordinary work related to the rice plants is entrusted to women ; heavy work to men:
RSappoint, send, commission, committee, entrust to RS. woman harvesting grain : she has been appointed and entrusted this work ;
RS
X
self, private, I rice plants belonging to an individual ;
RSprivate, personal, secret, I grain secretly hidden from view : my own private possession ;
RS
X
heavy, be piled up, pile one on top of another, unit for pagoda roofs, -fold palanquin with 4 porters seen from above: ; ; ;
RSheavy, weighty, doubleman 𡈼 holding a heavy bag full of dirt from the fields ; ; ;
RS
X
let down, suspend, hand, down modf. to indicate the smallest means of transportation: man with shoulderpole and wares dangling from both ends; con.: dangle ; ; al. :
RS𡍮𠄒𠂹𠣔let down, suspend, hand, down hanging branches 𠂹 of a tree standing in the ground : 𡍮 ; ; al. :
RS
seed, race, offspring, to plant
  • that which makes a tree or plant heavy
  • /found at the centre of a plant
RSform, pattern, degree, extent, distancespeak to the ruler about the grain harvest: pattern that is repeated every year, the degree of failure determines the extent of governance
RS
X
tribute tax), rent, lease, rental (a part of harvested rice plants brought to the temple altar ; when one rents something, one has to pay a tribute ;
RSrent, lease, rental, tax rice brought to the table of the tax bureau ;
RSyoung, immature, childhoodyoung like grain and little birds
RS
X
guard, number before harvest, farmers guard by turns the good rice grains on the fields ; ; ; ; ;
RSto take turns, a turn, a time, to repeatrepeatedly sorting rice harvested from the fields ; ; ; ; ;
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