忄 is the radical of Chinese characters, which evolved from “心”. It is called the vertical heart or the vertical heart. Ancient people believed that the heart is in charge of human thoughts, so the words next to “忄” are mostly related to mental activities.
“忄”的左右点不同:左为“ 左点”,下部稍向左斜;右为侧点 。先写左点，后写右点，最后写垂露竖。左点略低,右点略高。
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The same “heart”, used as a radical. Commonly known as “Zhuxinbian”, or “Zhuxin” for short.
The left and right points of “忄” are different: the left is the “left point”, the lower part is slightly inclined to the left; the right is the side point. Write the left point first, then the right point, and finally write down. The left point is slightly lower and the right point is slightly higher.
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“Ji Yun” is the same as lazy. The initials are from the embarrassment from the Cambodian.
The words that contain the vertical heart are: fast, sad, understand, strange, emotional, quiet, afraid, busy, lazy, panic, slow, regret, fright, hate, frustration, hatred, lax, unhappy, accustomed, frustrated, regret, Anxiety, condolences, embarrassment, generosity, embarrassment, generous, pleasure, sex, regret, sorrow, but, ashamed, comprehension, recollection, anger, sorrow, annoyance, sorrow, cowardice, joy, misery, cha, constant, regret, Joy, sorrow, pity, laziness, grace, caution, compassion, compassion, etc.