雲

Meta:

  1. 雲 is the 691st most frequent character.
  2. 雲 has 2 dictionary entries.
  3. 雲 appears as a character in 91 words.
  4. 雲 appears as a component in 2 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
雲 => 雨, 云
Radical :
雲 => 雨 (rain), 二 (two), 厶 (private)
Graphical :
雲 => 一, 冂, 丨, 丶, ㇀, 冫, 二, ㇛, 丶

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. Yun2 - surname Yun/abbr. for Yunnan Province 雲南省|云南省[Yun2 nan2 sheng3]
  2. yun2 - cloud/CL:朵[duo3]

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 雲 (yun2): The component 雨 is pronounced as 'yu4'. It has the same pinyin initial.
  2. Pronunciation clue for 雲 (yun2): The component 云 is pronounced as 'yun2'. It has the exact same pronunciation as the character.
  3. Pronunciation clue for 雲 (yun2): The component 雨 is pronounced as 'yu3'. It has the same pinyin initial.

Example Words:

High Frequency

多云 (多雲)
浮云 (浮雲)
白云 (白雲)
赵云 (趙雲)
云 (雲)
云南 (雲南)
风云 (風雲)

Medium Frequency

九霄云外 (九霄雲外)
刘青云 (劉青雲)
密云 (密雲)
彩云 (彩雲)
星云 (星雲)
乌云 (烏雲)
烟消云散 (煙消雲散)
白云区 (白雲區)
祥云 (祥雲)
行云流水 (行雲流水)
连云港 (連雲港)
阴云 (陰雲)
云南省 (雲南省)
云吞 (雲吞)
云层 (雲層)
云彩 (雲彩)
云朵 (雲朵)
云浮 (雲浮)
云烟 (雲煙)
云端 (雲端)
云雀 (雲雀)
云集 (雲集)
云霄 (雲霄)
云雾 (雲霧)
青云 (青雲)

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雲 also appears in:

吞

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Meta:

  1. 吞 is the 1795th most frequent character.
  2. 吞 has 1 dictionary entry.
  3. 吞 appears as a character in 26 words.
  4. 吞 appears as a component in 0 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
吞 => 天, 口
Radical :
吞 => 一 (one), 大 (big), 口 (mouth)
Graphical :
吞 => 一, 人, 一, 口

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. tun1 - to swallow/to take

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 吞 (tun1): The component 天 is pronounced as 'tian1'. It has the same pinyin initial.

Example Words:

High Frequency

吞噬 
私吞 

Medium Frequency

侵吞 
吞 
吞吞吐吐 
吞咽 
吞没 (吞沒)
吞云吐雾 (吞雲吐霧)
吞食 
忍气吞声 (忍氣吞聲)
慢吞吞 
狼吞虎咽 
云吞 (雲吞)
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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