扌, used as a radical. Commonly known as “beside the handle”. The meaning is the same as “hand”, the part of the human upper limb that can hold things, and the front end of the upper limb of the human tool.
Words beside the handle:
Hit, hang, find, hold, move, shake, drop, sweep, pick up, lift, push, copy, support, pick, touch, lift, throw, dial, catch, move, dig, squeeze, block, hold, carry, Swing, pinch, pick, pick, change, flap, rub,
Related text explanation:
Hit is a Chinese character, pronounced dǎ, which originally means to strike, but also means to cheer up, to attack, to consider, to plan and so on.
The basic meaning of “finding” means seeking, wanting, returning, making up, and seeking.
Explained in the ancient text: pick up. (Phonetic. The word is from the hand, from the bar, and from the bar to the sound. “Ba” means “attachment”, “adhesion”, “creeping”. The combination of “hand” and “ba” means “the palm is attached to the surface of the handle”. Original meaning: hold; hold)
Move the position of an object, move, move, move, or move the mouth, provocative meaning. Moving has the meaning of moving objects from one place to another. This word can be divided into “扌”, “boat”, and “servicing”. The labor of bringing things onto the boat by hand is “moving”.
To shake means to swing; to rise and so on. Such as: shaking head and tail; shaky.