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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X
wide, widen, propagate, be spread (the silk of thousands of cocoons being taken off all over the servant's quarters 广) ;
RSseat, stand, baseRS. sitting at or in a stand 广
RSdisease, illness, ailment, symptomssomeone suddenly standing right because of a disease : symptoms of diarrhea
RSsmallpoxsickness with marks looking like small beans
RS
X
store the most important shop 广 is the one of the fortuneteller ;
RSshop, store, inn, hotel
  • building 广 where the fortuneteller sells his stuff
  • hotels are usually built on a cliff 广 occupying a high position with a broad 广 view
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RSfoolish, stupid, dumb, sillyknowingly contract a disease : foolish
RS唐abrupt, rude, boast, Tang dynasty, ChineseRS. to talk like two hands with a pestle rude or boast; Chinese were proud of the Tang dynasty so they boast about it
RSgrind, polish, rub, wear out, a millstonestone used to grind plant material
RSlapel, collarrestricted part of clothes
RSbeginning, initial, primaryRS. you start to make clothes by cutting the cloth : beginning
RS
misfortune, calamity, disasterbones / on the altar : sign of calamity or disaster
RS
X
divided skirt clothing ; see
RSpants, trousers, pantieshandsome clothes
RScoarse woolen cloth, dull, darkclothing for beggars asking questions
RS
repair, supplement, supply, nutritious, help, appoint toclothes where something can grow through needs repair with a supply of cloth by a man
RSpray, entreat, beseechfarmer with axe praying at the altar
RSgood luck, good omen, happinessbring sheep to the altar for good luck
RSspirit, god, supernatural beingperson with a staff in hand kneeling at the altar for the gods
RS
X
politeness, etiquette correct behaviour at the altar according to the sequence of the ceremony written on a scroll
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