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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RSashes, dust, lime, mortar RS. fire that can be touched by hand 𠂇
RS𠨷𨑃𠩟𨑄early morning, 5th terrestrial branch, a time, fortune, luck, a heavenly body - the sun, the moon and stars, sign of the dragonRS. man handling a hoe: : working early in the morning brings one fortune and luck;
RShard, firm, strong, obstinatenightwatch hard, firm and strong like a stone
RS
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anti-, unit of measurement land/cloth), become warped, bend back (hand making an embankment against the water/enemy; con.: opposite, against, embankment ; ;
RSreverse, opposite, contrary, anti hand using a cliff to defend against an opposite army, reversing their attack ; ;
RS
X
give back, return (to the previous state)make move against ; embankment moved closer to the river to regain fields after a flood
RSreturn, revert to, restoremove in reverse direction
RSbreak, ruin, destroy, rout
  • a stone hidden in a hide : looks not dangerous but can destroy many things
  • hand with a stone rock destroying something
RS
foundation stone, cornerstone, plinth
  • stone in the middle of the woods on which a building is built
  • /stone from which everything comes forward
RSmagnetic, magnetism, porcelainstone adapting it's position now
RSthousandth part of a teal, rin, 1/10sen, 1/10bu
  • used to pay things coming from the factory in the countryside
  • measure used in the factory
RStake place, past, historyif you stop in the woods at a cliff side you get a sense of geological history: how many years has it taken for the cliff to stick out of the ground?𠩵
RS
sure, certain, real, true
  • a bird flying so high it's sure it can't be hit by a stone
  • /one is certain to be remarked when blowing a horn and playing stone chimes
RS
X
stone, unit of capacity, 180 litres quarry: hole in the side of a mountain where stone is excavated ; 3340-3377
RSstone, rock, mineral, rad. 112
RS
to fish, seize, pursuefish hauled out of the water ; fish pursuing each other in the water
RSappend, add to, increasewater weighing heavy : it has been added to to clothes
RS
X
float, drift, tossed about, wander about drift on the water like the vote collector who walks around, left and right, not sure about the outcome
RSfloat, drift, tossed about after voting in the evening the ballot box is put on the altar but some slips get in the water
RS
clean, purify, pure
  • water with measured quality is clean and pure
  • /speech of the sage confirms water is clean
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