Chinese Etymology

Chinese Etymology

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Character:

Character (單一漢字)
English Senses For (英文): tiao2
an article, section, clause, etc. of an agreement, pact, treaty, law, etc. / in good order / ( to present ) one by one / a numerary adjunct for something narrow and long, as roads, fish, ropes, dogs, snakes, etc. / stripes

Simplified (簡體字):
Unicode := 6761
GB2312-80 := CCF5


New! Simplification explanation under construction.

(deletion 条(夂攵)(條-亻-丨))

Traditional (繁體字):
Unicode := 689D
Big5 := B1F8


(聲字部分):
攸 you1 (productive phonetic)

(有意部分):



History of Chinese Writing

中國文字的歷史

Spoken Chinese and Other Languages

Unicode Tests

Chinese Equivalent Websites

Chinese Encoding and Conversion

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ShuoWen: (說文解字):
小枝也從木攸聲

New! etymology explanation under construction.

Deletion remnant 条(t條). From (man sounding a ford) 攸 in a boat with a pole 木. Originally a measure for boat. See 攸. *



Seal (說文解字裏的篆體字)

S04119

LST Seal (六書通裏的篆體字) Characters

L32146 L32147 L07582 L07583 L07584


Bronze (金文编) Characters - none known


Oracle (甲骨文) Characters - none known

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