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.

Characters

Characters


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RSstand upright, to cut off the feet, table one person standing , man cut off above the feet , table top with legs
RSugly looking, homely, disgracefulugly monster locked up in a jar
RS
X
evil, bad person with a "subordinate" heart likened to a huge tree which is not yet shaped into nice timber
RSevil, wicked, bad, foulheart below good things
RS
hear, listen, understand, obey
  • ethical 𢛳 king listening to and understanding his subjects who obey him
  • /orders should be listened to, understood and be "protected" : be obeyed
  • listening with ten eyes and your heart
RS
shame, humiliation, ashamedRS. related to the heart and the ears burning (because people are talking about you): shame/ears being pulled to stop someone because of shameful action
RS
duty, profession, office, post
  • hearing the potter work from a distance: profession
  • /hear the mouth of the professional
RS
X
shape, (individual) form2 hands with a comb giving shape to hair 姿
RSform, shape, appearancerays of the sun throwing a shadow behind a gate : ; two hands modelling hair 姿
RS
X
take hand taking a pot by the "ear" ;
RStake, receive, obtain, select hand taking someone/something by the ear ;
RStart, sour, acid, stiff, spoiledjar containing a liquid that makes the spoiling process go slowly : acid
RScover, tip over, return, reply, defeatbird returning to it's nest in the evening to find it turned over
RSnecessary, essential, necessityRS. hands around the head of a child () to be delivered from a woman : necessary to deliver a healthy child
RSpattern, model, type, law, moldtwo hands holding a knife modeling clay
RS
𤨐𤫆 imperial signet, royal signetprecious stone that is a sign of somebody else /
RS
sage, holy, sacred, till the ground
  • RS. the person who speaks into the ear : sage
  • /work with hands on the fields : sacred work for the sage
; ; ;
RS
X
sub-, rank next, Asia bulging sides of huge trees are cut off to make beams and planks, that's the job of "subordinate" apprentices ; ;
西西RS
X
west Spain) (where the sun goes under cover; in the evening people go home, under cover; birds are in their nests; modf. : wine bottle with tightly fitting cover; con.: evening, cover ; ; ; al. 覀:
西西RSwest, western, westward, occident, rad. 146
  • lit.: bird (animal with high legs ) sitting on top of a nest : 西: it is evening, the sun sets in the west
  • head of a child
; ; ; al. 覀: ;
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