ç´¹

Meta:

  1. ç´¹ is the 1232nd most frequent character.
  2. ç´¹ has 2 dictionary entries.
  3. ç´¹ appears as a character in 6 words.
  4. ç´¹ appears as a component in 0 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
紹 => 糹, 召
Radical :
紹 => 糹 (silk), 刀 (knife), 口 (mouth)
Graphical :
紹 => ㇛, 丶, 丶, ㇆, 丿, 口

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. Shao4 - surname Shao
  2. shao4 - to continue/to carry on

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 紹 (shao4): The component 召 is pronounced as 'zhao4'. It has the same pinyin final.
  2. Pronunciation clue for 紹 (shao4): The component 刀 is pronounced as 'dao1'. It has the same pinyin final.

Example Words:

High Frequency

介绍 (介紹)

Medium Frequency

绍兴 (紹興)
袁绍 (袁紹)

興

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Meta:

  1. 興 is the 531st most frequent character.
  2. 興 has 3 dictionary entries.
  3. 興 appears as a character in 121 words.
  4. 興 appears as a component in 1 character.

Decomposition:

Once :
興 => No glyph available, No glyph available
Radical :
興 => 臼 (mortar), 冂 (upside down box), 一 (one), 口 (mouth), 一 (one), 八 (eight/divide)
Graphical :
興 => 臼, 冂, 一, 口, 一, 八

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. Xing1 - surname Xing
  2. xing1 - to rise/to flourish/to become popular/to start/to encourage/to get up/(often used in the negative) to permit or allow (topolect)/maybe (topolect)
  3. xing4 - feeling or desire to do sth/interest in sth/excitement

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. There are no phonetic clues for this character.

Example Words:

High Frequency

兴奋 (興奮)
兴趣 (興趣)
高兴 (高興)

Medium Frequency

中兴 (中興)
助兴 (助興)
即兴 (即興)
嘉兴 (嘉興)
大兴 (大興)
宜兴 (宜興)
家和万事兴 (家和萬事興)
复兴 (復興)
感兴趣 (感興趣)
振兴 (振興)
扫兴 (掃興)
新兴 (新興)
尽兴 (盡興)
绍兴 (紹興)
兴 (興)
兴国 (興國)
兴奋剂 (興奮劑)
兴宁 (興寧)
兴旺 (興旺)
兴业 (興業)
兴致 (興致)
兴致勃勃 (興致勃勃)
兴许 (興許)
兴起 (興起)
兴隆 (興隆)
兴高采烈 (興高采烈)
长兴 (長興)
高高兴兴 (高高興興)

Appears In:

興 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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