喜

Meta:

  1. 喜 is the 667th most frequent character.
  2. 喜 has 1 dictionary entry.
  3. 喜 appears as a character in 72 words.
  4. 喜 appears as a component in 7 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
喜 => 士, No glyph available
Radical :
喜 => 士 (scholar), 口 (mouth), 丷 (eight/divide), 一 (one), 口 (mouth)
Graphical :
喜 => 一, 丨, 一, 口, 丷, 一, 口

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. xi3 - to be fond of/to like/to enjoy/to be happy/to feel pleased/happiness/delight/glad

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 喜 (xi3): The component 士 is pronounced as 'shi4'. It has the same pinyin final.
  2. Pronunciation clue for 喜 (xi3): The component 丷 is pronounced as 'xx5'. It has the same pinyin initial.
  3. Pronunciation clue for 喜 (xi3): The component 一 is pronounced as 'yi1'. It has the same pinyin final.

Example Words:

High Frequency

喜 
喜欢 (喜歡)
惊喜 (驚喜)

Medium Frequency

喜事 
喜剧 (喜劇)
喜好 
喜怒哀乐 (喜怒哀樂)
喜悦 (喜悅)
喜爱 (喜愛)
喜庆 (喜慶)
恭喜 
恭喜发财 (恭喜發財)
欢喜 (歡喜)
欢天喜地 (歡天喜地)
欢欢喜喜 (歡歡喜喜)

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喜 also appears in:

爱

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Meta:

  1. 爱 is the 394th most frequent character.
  2. 爱 has 1 dictionary entry.
  3. 爱 appears as a character in 109 words.
  4. 爱 appears as a component in 4 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
爱 => No glyph available, 友
Radical :
爱 => 爫 (claw/talon), 冖 (cover), 𠂇 (left hand), 又 (right hand)
Graphical :
爱 => 爫, 冖, 𠂇, ㇇, ㇏

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. ai4 - to love/affection/to be fond of/to like

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 爱 (ai4): The component 冖 is pronounced as 'mi4'. It has the same pinyin final.

Example Words:

High Frequency

可爱 (可愛)
爱 (愛)
爱情 (愛情)
亲爱 (親愛)

Medium Frequency

北爱 (北愛)
喜爱 (喜愛)
心爱 (心愛)
爱上 (愛上)
爱人 (愛人)
爱好 (愛好)
爱好者 (愛好者)
爱德华 (愛德華)
爱心 (愛心)
爱恋 (愛戀)
爱美 (愛美)
爱护 (愛護)
恋爱 (戀愛)
挚爱 (摯愛)
深爱 (深愛)
热爱 (熱愛)
疼爱 (疼愛)
相爱 (相愛)
真爱 (真愛)
谈恋爱 (談戀愛)
关爱 (關愛)

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爱 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.
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