Chinese Etymology

Chinese Etymology

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Character (單一漢字)
English Senses For (英文): jing1
classic books / religious scriptures / books of significant value / the warp of a fabric / things running lengthwise / common or customary ways, rules, regulations, etc. / to plan / to arrange / to regulate / to rule / to manage / to deal in / to engage in / menses / human arteries, etc. / as a result / after / to pass through or by / to stand / to bear / to endure / longitude / a Chinese family name

Simplified (簡體字):
Unicode := 7ECF
GB2312-80 := BEAD

New! Simplification explanation under construction.

(C05纟糸) left of (sC12𢀖巠)

Traditional (繁體字):
Unicode := 7D93
Big5 := B867

坙巠 jing1


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ShuoWen: (說文解字):

糸 on the left for string. The warp 經巠 is the up and down strings in a loom and the woof 緯韋 is the right and left. for the woof, you can see the back and forth (left and right) feet.

New! etymology explanation under construction.

From thread 纟糸 andphonetic 𢀖巠. Meaning the warp threads of a loom (the ancient form of 巠 are the warp threads of a loom)

Seal (說文解字裏的篆體字)


LST Seal (六書通裏的篆體字) Characters

L10604 L10605 L10606 L10607 L10608 L10609

Bronze (金文编裏的字) Characters

B18217 B18218 B18219

Oracle (甲骨文) Characters - none known

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