相

Meta:

  1. 相 is the 152nd most frequent character.
  2. 相 has 3 dictionary entries.
  3. 相 appears as a character in 188 words.
  4. 相 appears as a component in 8 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
相 => 木, 目
Radical :
相 => 木 (tree), 目 (eye)
Graphical :
相 => 一, 丨, 八, 口, 二

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. Xiang1 - surname Xiang
  2. xiang1 - each other/one another/mutually
  3. xiang4 - appearance/portrait/picture

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. There are no phonetic clues for this character.

Example Words:

High Frequency

互相 
相 
相信 
相册 (相冊)
相爱 (相愛)
相机 (相機)
相当 (相當)
相亲 (相親)
真相 

Medium Frequency

亮相 
意气相投 (意氣相投)
照相 
照相机 (照相機)
相互 
相交 
相伴 
相似 
相依 
相传 (相傳)
相公 
相助 
相反 
相同 
相对 (相對)
相差 
相干 
相待 
相应 (相應)
相恋 (相戀)
相投 
相撞 
相会 (相會)
相望 
相比 
相濡以沫 
相片 
相当于 (相當於)
相称 (相稱)
相约 (相約)
相继 (相繼)
相聚 
相声 (相聲)
相处 (相處)
相见 (相見)
相见恨晚 (相見恨晚)
相识 (相識)
相貌 
相逢 
相连 (相連)
相遇 
相邻 (相鄰)
相关 (相關)
相隔 
臭味相投 
卖相 (賣相)
长相 (長相)

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相 also appears in:

望

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Meta:

  1. 望 is the 326th most frequent character.
  2. 望 has 1 dictionary entry.
  3. 望 appears as a character in 76 words.
  4. 望 appears as a component in 0 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
望 => 肓, 王
Radical :
望 => 匸 (hiding enclosure), 丶 (dot), 月 (moon), 王 (jade)
Graphical :
望 => 匸, 丶, 冂, 二, 一, 一, 丨, 一

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. wang4 - full moon/to hope/to expect/to visit/to gaze (into the distance)/to look towards/towards

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 望 (wang4): The component 王 is pronounced as 'wang4'. It has the exact same pronunciation as the character.
  2. Pronunciation clue for 望 (wang4): The component 王 is pronounced as 'wang2'. It has the same pronunciation as the character, but differs on tone.

Example Words:

High Frequency

希望 

Medium Frequency

仰望 
失望 
奢望 
欲望 (慾望)
指望 
望 
期望 
渴望 
盼望 
绝望 (絕望)
声望 (聲望)
愿望 (願望)
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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