Chinese Symbol

What you see below, and can magnify, is the Chinese character for: luxuriant; rich with fragrance; phenanthrene; humble; a kind of plant having a turnip-like root. 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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SECTION 2:
PRONUNCIATION AND MEANING
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-Luxuriant; rich with fragrance
-Phenanthrene
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-Humble
-(A kind of plant having a turnip-like root)

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 Febe (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Febe (Romans 16:1; compare a Cebuano, Haitian Creole, Hollands, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish or Uma Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Fébé (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Fébé (Romans 16:1; compare an Afrikaans Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Febën (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Febën (Romans 16:1; compare an Albanian Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Febu (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Febu (Romans 16:1; compare a Croatian Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Fivi (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Fivi (Romans 16:1; compare a Rumanian Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Føbe (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Føbe (Romans 16:1; compare a Danish or Norwegian Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Foiben (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Foiben (Romans 16:1; compare a Finnish Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Foibe (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Foibe (Romans 16:1; compare a Swahili Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Pheâ-beâ (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Pheâ-beâ (Romans 16:1; compare a Vietnamese Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Phebe (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Phebe (Romans 16:1; compare an English Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Phillip (male)
菲利普
This Chinese name is exactly how the famous Phillip Neville, Phillip Swan, Phillip Island, Phillip Johnson, Phillip Noyce, Phillip King, Phillip McGraw and Phillip Seymour Hoffman are called in China.

Chinese name Phöbe (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Phöbe (Romans 16:1; compare a German Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Phoebe (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Phoebe (Romans 16:1; compare an English or Latin Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Phoebé (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Phoebé (Romans 16:1; compare a French Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

Chinese name Pipi (female)
菲比
This Chinese name is exactly how the Bible character Pipi (Romans 16:1; compare a Maori Bible with a Chinese Bible) is called in China.

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SECTION 6:
READERS RESPOND

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c) No use, just curiosity?
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