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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RS
real, true, honest, sincere
  • From building and remnant string of coins : prosperous → real
  • /folded hands 𡗗 in the house : honest and sincere people:
; ; ;
RS
sleep, rest, bed chamberinvade 𠬶 a house see a tree trunk / and fall asleep: there was nothing to steal
RS𡖶silent, still, lonely, solitaryhouse in the darkness : silent and solitary
RS
see
RS
treasure, jewel, precious, rare
  • house of the king containing a jar with a lot of money
  • /house with a lot of jewelry
RS
will, going to, future, generalhand holding meat on the half trunk (serving as table) /: general eating a handfull , from now on he will be the leader
RSgovern, oversee, director hand holding a scepter 丿 ; . No relation to in
RSbreak wind, fart, buttocks gas that a person tries to release spoon by spoon , it is being released between the buttocks ( → two spoons next to each other); it rises up spoiling the ongoing conversation
RS
a numerary adjunct for periodic terms or events, expire, reach, arrive, delivercorpses of plants (seeds) in dirt which shoot in spring time : periodic event arriving at the same time each year, the seeds need to be delivered to the farmer before he can plant them
RSexcrement, shit
  • the corpse (what is left) of rice after eating
  • RS. person squatting and rice (indicating solid pieces)
RS
𠫍 𡳻gigantic strength, herculesbody having the strength to pull many shells
RS
class, category, type, belong to
  • different classes or categories of insects : some living in water others feeding on corpses
  • /different corpses of insects : all ordered according to class and category to which they belong
RSstand erect, stand up, pile upmountain standing behind the temple
RS
gorge, ravine wedged / between the mountains
RShigh, lofty, towering, cliffRS. the mountain only the bird can get to: high and steep cliff
RShilly, steep, rugged, mountains towering in a rowgo slowly in the mountains : steep hill
RSinlay, set in, fall into, ruggedman with open mouth singing in the sweet rugged mountains : he will soon fall into a trap
RS𠼧 cliff, soarrocks falling from the cliffs in the mountains
RS
cliff, precipice, cave, grotto, boulderstrict and rigorous / part of a mountain
RSwizard, sorcerer, witch, shamanhe who makes people hang in a without touching them
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