钅[釒] is used as a radical, called “Golden Words”. Many simplified forms are derived from cursive script. For example, 讠[訁], 饣[飠], 纟[糹], 钅[釒], in cursive script there is a form next to “钅” written today, so the words next to the word “釒” are all simplified “钅” to express. [全文 Read More…]
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”. [全文 Read More…]
讠, pinyin as yán, a total of 2 strokes, is the simplified form of “訁”. Can be used as radical radicals. 【Chinese Radical of Speaking】originally trumpet-like, with words beside words mostly expressing things related to language behaviors such as speaking. [全文 Read More…]
A single person is like a side view of a person. The most basic characteristic of a person is to free his hands and walk on two legs. This freed hand can do many things, and this freed hand is also one of the most basic characteristics of a person. Tilting is the head and arms, and vertical is the body legs. When we encounter this single person, for example, these words (you and others), we don’t need to know, but we must be aware of this: This should have something to do with the person, because there is a single person inside. [全文 Read More…]
If you don’t pay attention, many people will mistake the meaning of the words containing the four-point base “灬” and the three-point water “氵” to be related to “water”, but this is not the case.
In fact, a careful analysis of the few Chinese characters with “灬” will reveal that they are all related to “火”, such as: Hot cooked photo, scorched, steamed, fried, strong, black. [全文 Read More…]