Chinese Symbol Character For The heart of a matter
Chinese symbol character for The heart of a matter: what you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "The heart of a matter" - all about it in 4 sections. Please note that "The heart of a matter" is one of the meanings of this symbol and that there might be more than one symbol with this meaning.
1) IMAGE AND TEXT
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2) PRONUNCIATION AND MEANING
A warning: In Chinese, words are often composed by two Chinese characters. This page is not a dictionary.
3) TRADITIONAL VERSION
There's no difference between the simplified and the traditional version of this symbol character.
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4) CHINESE NAMES CONTAINING THIS SYMBOL
This Chinese symbol character is contained in the following Chinese names:
|Chinese name Debora (female)|
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Debora (Genesis 35:8; compare a Dutch, French, German or Italian Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.
|Chinese name Débora (female)|
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Débora (Genesis 35:8; compare a Portuguese or Spanish Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.
|Chinese name Deborah (female)|
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Deborah (Genesis 35:8; compare an English Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.
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The heart of a matter
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