Chinese Symbol 哪
What you see below, and can magnify, is the Chinese character for: which, what; any; used in rhetorical questions; used at the end of a sentence instead of when the preceding character ends in -n. In the same manner of , it is used to convey a feeling of admiration, an undertone of warning or doubt.. 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.
Click Below To Make The Name
Before measure words or before numeral-measure word compounds, it is often pronounced nai3 or nei3.
|-||Which, what; any|
|-||(Used in rhetorical questions)|
|-||(Used at the end of a sentence instead of when the preceding character ends in -n. In the same manner of , it is used to convey a feeling of admiration, an undertone of warning or doubt.)|
A warning: In Chinese, words are often composed by two Chinese characters, and sometimes by three or more. This page is not a dictionary.
This character has two different traditional versions.
This Chinese symbol is contained in the following Chinese word:
This Chinese symbol is not contained in any Chinese name.
I wish you like my website and go on clicking and clicking on its other sections!