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纟(糹、糸),sī ㄙˉ。“糸”简化为“纟”。依据古人书法省笔简化 。《说文解字》:“糸,细丝也。象束丝之形。”。束丝之形是纟之范式。本义:细丝,同“糸”。用作偏旁,俗称“绞丝旁”。

纟 (糹, 糸), sī ㄙˉ. “Shi” is simplified to “纟”. Simplified according to the ancient calligraphy, saving pen. “Shuowen Jiezi”: “Shito, thin silk. Like a bundle of silk.”. The form of bundled silk is the paradigm of 纟. Original meaning: filament, same as “shito”. Used as a radical, commonly known as “twisted silk side”.

详细释义

(1) 同“糸 ”[mì]第四声,1.细丝。2.幺。3.微小。4.量词,丝的二分之一。
[sī]古同“丝”。用作偏旁,俗称“绞丝旁”。很多简体是从草书中演变而来。比如讠[訁]、饣[飠]、纟[糹、糸]、钅[釒],在草书中就有写作今天的“纟”旁这种形式,所以带“糹”字旁的字就都用简体“纟”来表示了。“糸”是楷书的写法。“纟”是简化字的形体,一般只能用于左偏旁,糸、系、絮、累、繁、紫、紊等字不简化。

古籍解释

康熙字典
【未集中】【糸部】 糸·康熙笔画:6 ·部外笔画:0
〔古文〕《广韵》莫狄切,音觅。《说文》细丝也。《徐锴曰》一蚕所吐为忽,十忽为丝。糸,五忽也。
又《博雅》微也。《玉篇》幺也。
又《集韵》新兹切。丝或省作糸。

以下是部首为 “纟”(绞丝旁) 的汉字:

纟纠级约纪红纤纫纣纨纥纩纡纳纷纸纺纯纽纵纲纱纹纶纬纭纾纰纮纴纼纻经组织线终绍练细绎绅绊绉绌绂绀绐绋绁统结给绝络绕绘绒绑绚绞绛绔绗绖继绣绥绢绦绡绨绠绤续维综绩绿绪绸绵绳缀绮绽绰绷绶绯绫绺缍绻绾缁绱绲绹绬编缓缘缆缔缅缉缕缎缄缃缈缗缑缂缌缇缋缒缏缐缊缝缚缠缤缜缙缛缢缟缡缣缞缩缪缫缨缥缦缧缭缮缬缯缴缰缱缳缲缵

读音:纟[糹],发音:[sī],通假字,通”丝”[sī]和”糸 “[mì]第四声

释义:

本义:丝线、细丝。”糸”(幺+小)字的本义就是”细丝”。《说文》:”糸,细丝也。象束丝之形。”古同”丝”。很多简体是从草书中演变而来。比如讠[訁]、饣[飠]、纟[糹]、钅[釒],”糸”字是个部首字,作左偏旁时港台通行字体改为”幺”下加三点变作”糹”,大陆简体为”纟”(俗称”绞丝旁”)。糸部汉字的本意均与丝线、纺织、布匹有关,例如”丝”、”线”、”经”、”绑”、”纹”、”纷”、”绞”、”系”、”紧”、”絮”、”累”、”繁”、”紊”、”紫”等等。在草书中就有写作今天的”纟”旁这种形式,所以现在带”糹”字旁的字就都用简体”纟”来表示了。注:言、食、糸、金一般只作左旁时简化,讠、饣、纟、钅一般只能用于左偏旁(“辩”、”罚”、”辫”、”丝”、”衔”等字亦简化,但”信”、”誓”、”燮”、”飧”、”餐”、”系”、”絮”、”紫”、”淦”、”鎜”、”鏖”、”鑫”等字不简化)。

Detailed explanation

(1) Same as “糸” [mì] Fourth tone, 1. Filament. 2. Unitary. 3. Tiny. 4. Quantifier, one-half of silk.
[sī] Gu Tong “silk”. Used as a radical, commonly known as “twisted silk side”. Many simplified forms are derived from cursive script. For example, 讠[訁], 饣[飠], 纟[糹,糸], 钅[釒], in cursive script there is a form next to “纟” written today, so the words next to the word “糹” are all It is represented by the simplified “纟”. “Shito” is written in regular script. “纟” is a simplified form of characters, and generally can only be used on the left radical. Chinese characters such as 糸, series, xu, tired, complex, purple, and turbulence are not simplified.

Ancient books explained

Kangxi Dictionary
[Not concentrated] [Itobe] Ito·Kangxi strokes: 6 ·Outer strokes: 0
[Ancient text] “Guangyun” Modiche, Yinmi. “Said the text” filament is also. “Xu Kai said” the spit of one silkworm is spit, and ten spits are silk. Shito, five suddenly.
“Bo Ya” is also micro. “Yu Pian” Yao Ye.
Also “Jiyun” is a new cut. Silk or province for Shito.

The following are Chinese characters with the radical “纟” (beside the wire):

Si correct order of about JI Hong web sewing Zhou Wan knot fine cotton Yu satisfied numerous paper spinning pure New longitudinal outline threads lines nylon weft confused world careless Hiro Renzhen Zhu is organized end of line Shao practicing fine Yi Shen trip crepe constraints Fu cyanosis Dai heavy rope rein system Knotted and wrapped around painted velvet, beautiful twisted velvet, velvet, quilted, embroidered, silk, velvet, velvet, velvet, continuation, comprehensive performance, green silk, cotton rope, embroidered with beautiful stretch, crimson, velvet, velvet, velvet, velvet, woven Satin

Pronunciation: 纟[糹], pronunciation: [sī], through false characters, through “丝”[sī] and “糸”[mì] the fourth tone

Interpretation:

Original meaning: silk thread, thin silk. The original meaning of the word “糸” (幺+小) is “line”. “Said the text”: “Shito, thin silk. It is like a bundle of silk. “The ancients are the same as “silk”. Many simplified forms are derived from cursive script. For example, 讠[訁], 饣[飠], 纟[糹], 钅[釒], the character “糸” is a radical character, and the common font in Hong Kong and Taiwan is changed to “幺” with three dots under the left radical.” “糹”, Chinese simplified as “纟” (commonly known as “twisted silk side”). The original meaning of Itobe Chinese characters are all related to silk thread, textile and cloth, such as “silk”, “thread”, “warp”, “tie”, “wen”, “fun”, “twist”, “tie”, “tight” , “Xu”, “tired”, “fan”, “turbulent”, “purple” and so on. In cursive script, there is a form of writing today’s “纟”, so now the characters with “糹” are all expressed in simplified form “纟”. Note: The words, food, 糸, and gold are generally simplified when they are only used as the left side, and 讠, lintel, 纟, and 钅 can generally only be used for the left side (” debate”, “punishment”, “braid”, “silk”, “title “And other words are also simplified, but “xin”, “swear”, “xie”, “飧”, “meal”, “line”, “xu”, “purple”, “gan”, “鎜”, “鏖” , “鑫” and other words are not simplified).