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.

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RSreceptacle, vessel, instrumentman making many vessels (with his tools ); dog or hungry big man barking noisily because his food receptacle is empty; dog or hungry big man wandering around empty vessels
RSlive, dwell, reside, sit
  • old body sits where it is and doesn't move
  • RS. baby falling from a mother : original dwelling place
RSroad, path, street, journeyplace where everyone may walk 𧾷
RSsing, chant, call, ditty, songmouth with a clear voice
RS
storey, layer, floor, stratumcorpses of the past (still being talked about): geological layers in the ground from millions of years back
RSstep on, trample, tread on, walkwalk with feet 𧾷 on things you don't notice because you babble
RSanchor vessel, overnight, tranquil, lake, body of water
  • done when the water is white (tranquil) because of the moonlight
  • white night near the waterside
RSshine, illumine, reflect, comparebright fire used to shine onto something in order to compare it to other things
RS
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scenery, view (the capital's majestic palaces glittering in the sun ) ;
RSscenery, view, conditions, shadowthe sun shining over the capital provides for a majestic view; it's light creates many shadows on the street;
RSviolent, brutal, tyrannicalRS. the savage attack (two hands going out ) of a buck in clear daylight :
RS
X
fine weather, clear away a day with a blue sky makes you feel young
RSclear weather, fine weather sun shining under a blue sky
RS
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bright ), clear, light (), dawn (), begin (), end (), become light, in the light, public (), be open (), next (), pass (the night), disclose (a secret) () (both YANG and YIN sources of light, beginning with the sun , ending with the moon
RSbright, light, brilliant, clear the sun and the moon are the brightest objects in the sky
RS
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shut, close, become closed gate bolt secured with a stick and a wedge 丿; sit.: one of the 12 palace gates which is closed all the time; only opened when the emperor goes on his annual pilgrimage
RS
shut, close, obstruct, block upRS. to close a door , is a remnant of to stop up : close
RS
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time the time of the day announced by the temple bell
RS
time, season, era, age, period, hour
  • time it takes the temple to do something
  • /small part of the day
  • al. 旹: time of the day one arrives
RSstruggle, fight, compete, contendthrowing with beans to defend the entrance
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