Insect: hui, read through chong, was originally a pictogram of a viper, generally related to insects or small animals.
【虫】读音： chóng ，意思是：虫子
蚊子，昆虫。 一般指水生孑孓的成虫。雌虫吸人、畜的血液，能传染疟疾和流行性乙型脑炎等。 也泛指 一些双翅类小昆虫，如瘿蚊、摇蚊，有的是农业害虫。
[Chong] as a radical called: next to the word Chong
[Worm] pronunciation: chóng, meaning: worm
[Bug] stroke order: vertical, horizontal fold, horizontal, vertical, horizontal, dot
Words containing “worm”: centipede, mosquito, crab, moth, sting
Explanation of some words:
1. Interpretation of Centipede:
[Centipede] Arthropod. The torso is made up of many body segments, each segment has a pair of feet. The feet on the head are like hooks with venom glands that secrete venom. Feed on small insects. Can be used as medicine.
2. Interpretation of mosquitoes:
Mosquitoes, insects. Generally refers to the adult aquatic larvae. Female worms suck human and animal blood and can infect malaria and Japanese encephalitis. It also refers to some small dipteran insects, such as gall midge and chironomus, and some are agricultural pests.
3. Interpretation of Crab:
[Crab] Arthropods. There are many types, such as hairy crabs, blue crabs, and swimming crabs. There are 5 pairs of feet, the first pair is pincer-shaped, crawling sideways. The meat is delicious and edible.
4. Interpretation of moth:
1. Moths, small insects that bite trees, clothing, food, books, etc.
2. Bitten by bugs.
5. Interpretation of sting:
Animals lurking in the winter, unable to eat.