【月字旁】Chinese Radical of Moon 与动物肉体有关 Related to Animal Flesh|学写中文偏旁部首笔画

Radical of Moon, 月字旁, yuè zì páng。
Related to animal flesh, 与动物肉体有关, yǔ dòng wù ròu tǐ yǒu guān。

例词 Example Words:
Belly, 肚子, dù zi。
Obesity, 肥胖, féi pàng。
Muscle, 肌肉, jī ròu。
Skin, 皮肤, pí fū。
Swelling, 肿胀, zhǒng zhàng。
Legs and feet, 腿脚, tuǐ jiǎo。
Hazy, Fuzzy, 朦胧, méng lóng。

汉字中有不少以“月”作偏旁的字,一般统称为“月字旁”,但是这些字中却很少有与月亮有关系的,原因是这些字的偏旁虽然都是“月”,却是两个截然不同的来历,应该分别称作“肉月旁”和“月字旁”。

在古文字中,小篆“肉”和“月”的写法极其相近,因此在用作偏旁的时候就都写成了“月”。

“肉月旁”的字在以“月”作偏旁的字中占绝大多数,全部都与人体或肉有关系,跟月亮毫不沾边儿。

“月字旁”的字跟月亮有关系,数量寥寥无几。从一个字的含义上不难区分它应该是“肉月旁”还是“月字旁”,从写法上也差不多能看得出来——所有“肉月旁”的字其“月”都在字的左边或下边;凡是“月”在右边的字都是“月字旁”,“月”在左边的“月字旁”的字只有“朦胧朓朏”四个。

There are many characters with “月” as the radical in Chinese characters, which are generally collectively referred to as “月”, but few of these characters have anything to do with the moon. The reason is that although the radicals of these characters are all “月”, But it is two completely different origins, which should be called “Fuyuebian” and “Yuezibian” respectively.

In ancient Chinese characters, the writing of “肉” and “月” in Xiaozhuan are very similar, so they are both written as “月” when they are used as radicals.

The characters “flesh next to the moon” account for the vast majority of the characters with “moon” as the radical. All of them have something to do with the human body or flesh, and have nothing to do with the moon.

The words “beside the moon” have something to do with the moon, and they are very few in number. From the meaning of a word, it is not difficult to distinguish whether it should be “rouyuebian” or “yuezibian”, and it can almost be seen from the writing style-all the characters of “rouyuebian” have “月” in the word On the left or bottom of the left or bottom; all the words with “月” on the right are “beside the moon”, and the words with “月” on the left and the “月字” on the left have only four characters: “méng lóng tiǎo fěi”.