宝盖 （汉字偏旁部首），读音为bǎo gài，汉语词语，原意是佛道或帝王仪仗等的伞盖；文字偏旁宝盖头。宝盖头本意就是房屋，引申为覆盖。
Bao Gai (Chinese character radicals), pronounced bǎo gài, Chinese words, the original meaning is the umbrella cover of Buddhism and Taoism or the emperor’s honor guard; the text radical Bao Gai. Baogaitou was originally meant to be a house, and it was extended to cover.
Explanation: 1. Umbrella cover for Buddhism, Taoism, or emperor’s honor guard. 2. Instant treasure hijab. Those with “宀” in the text radical are called “baogai”. Details of “bao hijab”.
Source: Southern Dynasties·Liang·Jianwen Emperor. Ode to the Bodhi Tree: “The Bodhisattva flying elephant, the more fragrant soil comes from the ritual, the five hundred treasures cover, and the light and self-combination.” Twenty-fourth round: “I added a treasure head to Shizi. He said this is the “zong” of our clan.”
1、亦作“ 宝头儿 ”。汉字的偏旁之一，形状是“宀”。
1. Also known as “the treasure head.” One of the radicals of a Chinese character has the shape “宀”.
2. 宀【mián】is a pictographic character, the original meaning is house, which is extended to cover.
Second, explain the text
Luo, turn to the deep house. Pictogram. Every genus of Luo is from Luo.
Translation: Luo, a high-roofed house covered by two slopes of the roof. The font is like the shape of a house. All characters related to 宀 use “宀” as the side.
3. The characters composed of “宀” can be divided into four categories
1. Those referring to houses, such as home, house, house, palace.
2. Adjectives related to houses, such as wide, cold, macro, and silent.
3. Verbs related to houses, such as: send, live.
4. Other words associated with houses: guest, real, rich, peaceful, and safe.