Chinese Symbol Character For I (mostly used in early vernacular texts)

Chinese symbol character for I (mostly used in early vernacular texts): what you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "I (mostly used in early vernacular texts)" - all about it in 4 sections. Please note that "I (mostly used in early vernacular texts)" is one of the meanings of this symbol and that there might be more than one symbol with this meaning.

Section 1: Image and text;
Section 2: Pronunciation and meaning;
Section 3: Traditional version;
Section 4: Chinese names containing this symbol.

1) IMAGE AND TEXT

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Chinese Symbol Character For I (mostly used in early vernacular texts)
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2) PRONUNCIATION AND MEANING

PronunciationMeaning

li4

-

Experience; calendar; almanac

-

Pass through, go through; undergo

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All previous (occasions, sessions, etc.)

-

All over; one by one

za2

-

I (mostly used in early vernacular texts)

zan2

-

We (including both the speaker and the person or persons spoken to)

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I

zan5

-

When; now; then; at that time


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

3) TRADITIONAL VERSION

This symbol character has two different traditional versions.

Traditional versionPronunciationMeaning
Chinese Symbol Character For I (mostly used in early vernacular texts) Traditional Version

li4

(same as simplified one's)

za2

(same as simplified one's)

zan2

(same as simplified one's)

Chinese Symbol Character For I (mostly used in early vernacular texts) Traditional Version

li4

(same as simplified one's)

za2

(same as simplified one's)

zan2

(same as simplified one's)


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4) CHINESE NAMES CONTAINING THIS SYMBOL

This Chinese symbol character is not contained in any Chinese name.

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