静

Meta:

  1. 静 is the 721st most frequent character.
  2. 静 has 1 dictionary entry.
  3. 静 appears as a character in 50 words.
  4. 静 appears as a component in 0 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
静 => 青, 争
Radical :
静 => 青 (green/blue), ⺈ (knife), ⺕ (pig snout), 亅 (hook)
Graphical :
静 => 龶, 冂, 二, ⺈, 匚, 一, 亅

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. jing4 - still/calm/quiet/not moving

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 静 (jing4): The component 青 is pronounced as 'qing1'. It has the same pinyin final.
  2. Pronunciation clue for 静 (jing4): The component 亅 is pronounced as 'jue2'. It has the same pinyin initial.

Example Words:

High Frequency

冷静 (冷靜)
安静 (安靜)
宁静 (寧靜)
平静 (平靜)
静 (靜)

Medium Frequency

动静 (動靜)
寂静 (寂靜)
幽静 (幽靜)
心静 (心靜)
恬静 (恬靜)
文静 (文靜)
梁静茹 (梁靜茹)
沉静 (沉靜)
清静 (清靜)
镇静 (鎮靜)
静候 (靜候)
静坐 (靜坐)
静心 (靜心)
静悄悄 (靜悄悄)
静止 (靜止)
静脉 (靜脈)
静谧 (靜謐)
静电 (靜電)
静音 (靜音)
静默 (靜默)

音

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Meta:

  1. 音 is the 540th most frequent character.
  2. 音 has 1 dictionary entry.
  3. 音 appears as a character in 126 words.
  4. 音 appears as a component in 36 characters.

Decomposition:

Once :
音 => 立, 日
Radical :
音 => 音 (sound)
Graphical :
音 => 一, 丶, 丷, 一, 口, 一

Pinyin & Meaning:

  1. yin1 - sound/noise/note (of musical scale)/tone/news/syllable/reading (phonetic value of a character)

Pronunciation Clues:

  1. Pronunciation clue for 音 (yin1): The component 音 is pronounced as 'yin1'. It has the exact same pronunciation as the character.

Example Words:

High Frequency

声音 (聲音)
语音 (語音)
音 
音乐 (音樂)

Medium Frequency

五音不全 
低音 
口音 
嗓音 
噪音 
回音 
定音 
影音 
拼音 
播音 
收音机 (收音機)
波音 
发音 (發音)
知音 
福音 
观世音 (觀世音)
观音 (觀音)
谐音 (諧音)
走音 
轻音乐 (輕音樂)
乡音 (鄉音)
配音 
录音 (錄音)
隔音 
电音 (電音)
静音 (靜音)
音效 
音乐家 (音樂家)
音乐厅 (音樂廳)
音乐会 (音樂會)
音乐节 (音樂節)
音符 
音箱 
音色 
音讯 (音訊)
音译 (音譯)
音质 (音質)
音速 
音量 
音响 (音響)
音频 (音頻)
颤音 (顫音)
高音 
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.
If you see questions marks or too many "block" characters, especially when it comes to level 3 decomposition you might need the correct font.