新

Meta:

  1. 新 is the 161st most frequent character.
  2. 新 has 2 dictionary entries.
  3. 新 appears as a character in 199 words.
  4. 新 appears as a component in 1 character.

Decomposition:

Once :
新 => 亲, 斤
Radical :
新 => 立 (stand erect), 十 (ten), 小 (small), 斤 (axe)
Graphical :
新 => 一, 丶, 丷, 一, 一, 丨, 亅, 八, 丿, ㇒, 一, 丨

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. Xin1 - abbr. for Xinjiang 新疆[Xin1 jiang1] or Singapore 新加坡[Xin1 jia1 po1]
  2. xin1 - new/newly/meso- (chemistry)

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 新 (xin1): The component 亲 is pronounced as 'qin1'. It has the same pinyin final.
  2. Pronunciation clue for 新 (xin1): The component 小 is pronounced as 'xiao3'. It has the same pinyin initial.
  3. Pronunciation clue for 新 (xin1): The component 斤 is pronounced as 'jin1'. It has the same pinyin final.

Example Words:

High Frequency

新 
新年 
新浪 
更新 

Medium Frequency

全新 
刷新 
创新 (創新)
新人 
新加坡 
新娘 
新婚 
新手 
新春 
新款 
新欢 (新歡)
新浪网 (新浪網)
新版 
新生 
新疆 
新闻 (新聞)
新郎 
新陈代谢 (新陳代謝)
新鲜 (新鮮)
最新 
清新 
迎新 
重新 

Appears In:

新 also appears in:

聞

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Meta:

  1. 聞 is the 823rd most frequent character.
  2. 聞 has 2 dictionary entries.
  3. 聞 appears as a character in 57 words.
  4. 聞 appears as a component in 0 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
聞 => 門, 耳
Radical :
聞 => 門 (gate), 耳 (ear)
Graphical :
聞 => 門, 二, 丨, 二

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. Wen2 - surname Wen
  2. wen2 - to hear/news/well-known/famous/reputation/fame/to smell/to sniff at

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 聞 (wen2): The component 門 is pronounced as 'men2'. It has the same pinyin final.

Example Words:

High Frequency

新闻 (新聞)
闻 (聞)

Medium Frequency

不闻不问 (不聞不問)
传闻 (傳聞)
喜闻乐见 (喜聞樂見)
奇闻 (奇聞)
徐闻 (徐聞)
所见所闻 (所見所聞)
新闻网 (新聞網)
绯闻 (緋聞)
耳闻 (耳聞)
闻到 (聞到)
闻名 (聞名)
听闻 (聽聞)
要闻 (要聞)
见闻 (見聞)
趣闻 (趣聞)
丑闻 (醜聞)
难闻 (難聞)
默默无闻 (默默無聞)
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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