Chinese Symbol

What you see below, and can magnify, is the Chinese character for: rub; stroke; mull over; study. I've divided all details into 5 sections. Please note that there might be more than one symbol with these meaning. If you want to see the other symbols or words with the same meaning, please click on the English words listed in the section 2 below.

SECTION 1:
TEXT AND IMAGE

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Chinese Symbol 摩 mo2
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SECTION 2:
PRONUNCIATION AND MEANING
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Meaning Help
-Rub; stroke
-Mull over; study

More symbols with the following meanings:

Stroke
Study

A warning: In Chinese, words are often composed by two Chinese characters, and sometimes by three or more. This page is not a dictionary.

SECTION 3:
TRADITIONAL VERSION

There's no difference between the simplified and the traditional version of this character.

SECTION 4:
CHINESE WORDS CONTAINING THIS SYMBOL

This Chinese symbol is not contained in any Chinese word of which I've written a page.

SECTION 5:
CHINESE NAMES CONTAINING THIS SYMBOL

This Chinese character is contained in the following Chinese names:

Chinese name Timoteo (male)
提摩太
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Timoteo (Acts 16:1; compare an Italian or Spanish Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Timóteo (male)
提摩太
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Timóteo (Acts 16:1; compare a Portuguese Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Timothée (male)
提摩太
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Timothée (Acts 16:1; compare a French Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Timotheus (male)
提摩太
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Timotheus (Acts 16:1; compare a Dutch or German Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Timothy (male)
提摩太
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Timothy (Acts 16:1; compare an English Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

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SECTION 6:
READERS RESPOND

How are you going to use this Chinese symbol?

a) Tattoo?
b) School assignment?
c) No use, just curiosity?
d) Other?


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