【石字旁】Chinese Radical of Stone 学写中文偏旁部首笔画 How to Write Chinese Characters|象形汉字解析

石字旁和石头有关,化学元素中的石旁的字是指非金属的固体元素。例字:砖、矿、碗、砸、碰、硅、硬、碑、碎、碉、砚。

The word stone is related to stone. The word beside stone in chemical elements refers to non-metal solid elements. Example words: bricks, mines, bowls, smashing, bumping, silicon, hard, monuments, broken, stone blocks, inkstones.

砖[ zhuān ]

释义:

1.用土坯烧制而成的建筑材料:~坯。~瓦。~砚(制成的砚)。

2.形状像砖的东西:茶~。冰~。

矿 [ kuàng ]

释义:

1.地层中的自然物质,开采出来有用:~藏(cáng)。~产。~苗。~泉。~层。~床。~源。油~。金~。

2.开采矿物的场所:~井。~坑。下~。

碑[ bēi ]

释义:刻上文字纪念事业、功勋或作为标记的石头:石~。丰~。墓~。口~。~文。~碣。~刻(刻在碑上的文字或图画)。~拓(tà )。~帖。~林。里程~(a.设于道路旁边用以记载里数的标志;b.喻在历史发展进程中可以作为象征或标志的大事)。有口皆~。

碎[ suì ]

释义:

1.完整的东西破坏成零片或零块:~裂。粉~。粉身~骨。

2.零星,不完整:~屑。琐~。~琼。支离破~。

3.说话唠叨:嘴~。闲言~语。

砚 [ yàn ]

释义:

1.写毛笔字磨墨用的文具,多数用石做成:~台。笔~。

2.旧指同学关系(因同学共笔砚):同~。~友。

Brick [zhuān]

Interpretation:

1. Building materials made by firing adobe: ~ billet. ~Watts. ~ Inkstone (made of inkstone).

2. Something shaped like a brick: tea~. Ice~.

Mine

Interpretation:

1. The natural materials in the stratum are useful when mined: ~ Cáng. ~ Production. ~ Miao. ~Quan. ~ Layer. ~ Bed. ~ Source. Oil~. Jin~.

2. The place where minerals are mined: ~ Well. ~ Pit. Next~.

Monument [bēi]

Interpretation: The stone engraved with words to commemorate career, meritorious service or as a mark: Shi~. Feng~. Tomb~. Mouth~. ~ Text. ~ Jie. ~ Engraved (text or pictures carved on the tablet). ~ Extension (tà). ~ Posts. ~ Lin. Mileage ~ (a. A sign set beside the road to record the number of miles; b. Yu can be used as a symbol or sign in the historical development process). I have a mouth~.

Broken [suì]

Interpretation:

1. The complete thing is broken into pieces or pieces: ~ cracked. Powder~. Powder ~ bone.

2. Sporadic, incomplete: ~ crumbs. Trivial ~. ~Joan. Fragmented ~.

3. Talking and nagging: mouth~. Gossip ~ language.

Inkstone [yàn]

Interpretation:

1. Stationery for writing brush characters and grinding ink, most of which are made of stone: ~ Taiwan. Pen~.

2. Old refers to the relationship between classmates (because the classmates wrote inkstones together): the same ~. ~ Friends.