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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phrase, verse, utterance, sentence unit of related words produced by the open mouth
RSsentence, phrase, passage, paragraph uttered by an open mouth
RSchick nest of birds consisting of several small beaks being fed seeds and vegetation
RSelephant, ivory, figure, image, pattern after, imitateelephant ; this character is an image patterned after the real thing
RS
X
old unit of capacity 0.018 liter) or area (330 sq. cm) (open mouth with a small amount of food : or wine ; fish biting:
RSspoon, ladle, unit of volume
  • a spoon inside an open mouth
  • con.: small amount, fishhook
; ;
RSwrap, embrace, rad. 20
  • person embracing somebody
  • con.: open mouth (surprise, amazement), ready to wrap around something
; ; ; 2540-2578; al. ㇞: ; : ; ; no relation to
RSbeggar, beg, give person with hungry mouth sitting in a corner forgotten by everyone
RSten-day period, period of timeRS. a period of ten days
RSfragrance, smellwhat comes out of the open mouth of a man (offspring of the mouth )
RS
X
outside, foreign, outside, other, remove, be out of place in early evening fortune tellers sit outside along the streets ; ;
RS𡖄out, outside, external, foreign to read the heavenly sign the fortune teller has to go outside; old variant 𡖄: from and 𠁡 ; ;
RSmeet, come across, happen, flatterwalking in a lush forest : you happen to meet someone
RSloosen, unfasten, untie, unravel, explainRS. knife separating the horn from the cow ; explanation is unravelling of the truth
RS
fresh, new, delicious, rare, fewRS. fish and sheep to eat: tasty and fresh
RS
X
sex, coloropen mouth shielded by the hand : man making a sexual proposal; change of color on the other person's face ; ;
RScolor, tint, hue, shade, form, body, beauty, desire for beautysomething beautiful makes the mouth fall open and results in people desiring it; ;
RSdangerous, precarious, high
  • mouth falling open, looking upwards at the sight of a kneeling person on top of a cliff : dangerous behaviour in a high location
  • open mouth in the face of adversity
RSwrap, pack, bundle, packagesomething wrapped around something else
RS
X
exempt, dismiss, escape, avoid con.: strong men: loud mouths on high legs do as they please and go free; ; ;
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