Meta:

  1. 靣 is the 7157th most frequent character.
  2. has 0 dictionary entries.
  3. appears as a character in 0 words.
  4. appears as a component in 8 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
=> , No glyph available
Radical :
=> (face)
Graphical :
=> , , , ,

Pinyin & Meaning:

    Pronunciation Clues:

      Example Words:

      High Frequency

      Medium Frequency

      Appears In:

      also appears in:

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      1. 面 is the 74th most frequent character.
      2. has 1 dictionary entry.
      3. appears as a character in 243 words.
      4. appears as a component in 8 characters.

      Decomposition:

      Once :
      => ,
      Radical :
      => (face)
      Graphical :
      => , 丿, , , ,

      Pinyin & Meaning:

      1. mian4 - flour/noodles

      Pronunciation Clues:

      1. Pronunciation clue for 面 (mian4): The component 面 is pronounced as 'mian4'. It has the exact same pronunciation as the character.

      Example Words:

      High Frequency

      上面 
      下面 
      前面 
      外面 
      后面 (後面)
      方面 
      桌面 
      界面 
      画面 (畫面)
      里面 (裡面)
      见面 (見面)
      铁面 (鐵面)
       ()
      面前 
      面对 (面對)
      面包 (麵包)

      Medium Frequency

      一面 
      假面 
      侧面 (側面)
      全面 
      冷面 (冷麵)
      出面 
      反面 
      地面 
      场面 (場面)
      封面 
      对面 (對面)
      局面 
      层面 (層面)
      市面 
      平面 
      店面 
      拉面 (拉麵)
      拌面 (拌麵)
      扑面 (撲面)
      方便面 (方便麵)
      正面 
      水面 
      泡面 (泡麵)
      洗面奶 
      泪流满面 (淚流滿面)
      满面 (滿面)
      炒面 (炒麵)
      炸酱面 (炸醬麵)
      热干面 (熱乾面)
      牛肉面 (牛肉麵)
      当面 (當面)
      背面 
      台面 (臺面)
      表面 
      谋面 (謀面)
      负面 (負面)
      路面 
      迎面 
      双面 (雙面)
      面具 
      面向 (面嚮)
      面壁 
      面子 
      面孔 
      面容 
      面对面 (面對面)
      面料 
      面目 
      面积 (面積)
      面膜 
      面临 (面臨)
      面色 
      面试 (面試)
      面貌 
      面部 
      面霜 
      页面 (頁面)
      面条 (麵條)
      面粉 (麵粉)
      面团 (麵糰)

      Appears In:

      also appears in:
      Decomposition Levels:
      Level 1: Only divided once. So only two components.
      Level 2: Radical Decomposition. The character gets decomposed into its lowest radical components. For the complete list visit the Radical wikipedia page.
      Level 3: Graphical Decomposition. Shows all the strokes & lowest level of components that make up the character.
      If you see questions marks or too many "block" characters, especially when it comes to level 3 decomposition you might need the correct font.