Last Added Chinese Symbols

Chinese symbol for il-

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Chinese symbol character for Il-. What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Il-" - all about it in 4 sections. Pronunciation: fei1 Meaning: Mistake, wrong, errors; Africa (short for). Object to, oppose, blame, censure; not conform to, run counter to; be not; have got to, simply must. Un-, non-, in-, il-, ir-, im-. A surname. Strokes: 8

Chinese symbol for book

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Chinese symbol character for Book. What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Book" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: shu1

Meaning: Write. Style of calligraphy, script; book; letter; document.

Strokes: 4

Chinese symbol for book 2

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Chinese symbol character for Book 2. What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Book" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: ben3

Meaning: Foundation; stem or root of plants; capital; book; edition; copy; memorial to the throne. Measure word for books, albums, reels of a film, volumes. Original; native; central; this. Originally. Follow, base on. A surname.

Strokes: 5

Chinese symbol for struggle

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Chinese symbol character for Struggle. What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Struggle" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: gan4
Pronunciation: gan1

Meaning: Work, do, attend to; hold the post of, be engaged in; fight, strike, struggle. Trunk, main part; short for cadre. Able, capable; worse, bad. Shield; the Ten Heavenly Stems (short for); the edge of waters; dried food. Dry; waterless; empty, hollow; taken into nominal kinship; rough, rude, boorish. Offend; have to do with, be concerned with, be implicated in, interfere with; request, seek; scold; cold-shoulder, leave someone out in the cold. With no result, futilely, in vain; superficially; only, with nothing else. A surname.

Strokes: 3

Chinese symbol for vacant

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Chinese symbol character for Vacant. What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Vacant" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: kong4
Pronunciation: kong1

Meaning: Unoccupied, vacant, blank. Leave empty or blank, vacate. Empty space; free time. Empty, hollow, void. Sky, air; emptiness, void of the world of senses. For nothing, in vain. A surname.

Strokes: 8

Chinese symbol for access

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Chinese symbol character for Access. What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Access" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: men2

Meaning: Door, entrance, exit, gate; switch, valve; method, way, access; house, family; school (of thought), sect (religion), branch of study; category, class; phylum; gate. Measure word used to indicate:
1. cannons, big guns, artillery pieces;
2. lessons, tasks, homeworks, skills, arts, techniques, technologies. A surname.

Strokes: 3

Chinese symbol for scrutinize

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Chinese symbol character for Scrutinize. What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Scrutinize" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: cha2

Meaning: Examine, observe, look into, scrutinize. A surname.

Strokes: 14

Chinese symbol for the xia dynasty c 21st c 17th century bc

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Chinese symbol character for The Xia Dynasty (c. 21st-c. 17th century B.C.). What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "The Xia Dynasty (c. 21st-c. 17th century B.C.)" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: xia4

Meaning: Summer. The Xia Dynasty (c. 21st-c. 17th century B.C.). China (ancient name). A surname.

Strokes: 10

Chinese symbol for son of a rich family

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Chinese symbol character for Son of a rich family. What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Son of a rich family" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: shao4
Pronunciation: shao3

Meaning: Young. Son of a rich family, young master. A surname. Few, little, less. Be short, lack; lose, be missing; stop, quit. Seldom; a little while, a moment.

Strokes: 4

Chinese symbol for xin one of the lunar mansions

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Chinese symbol character for Xin (one of the lunar mansions). What you see below is the Chinese symbol character for "Xin (one of the lunar mansions)" - all about it in 4 sections.

Pronunciation: ma3
Pronunciation: ma2
Pronunciation: ma5
Pronunciation: xin1

Meaning: First character of the Chinese word for "morphine": ma3fei1. What. Used at the end of a declarative sentence to transform it into a question. Used in the middle of a sentence to emphasize, with a little pause, the topic of conversation. Heart; feeling, intention, mind; center, core; Xin (one of the lunar mansions).

Strokes: 4

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