爸 bà father; dad; pa
Made up of [父 fù
radical 88, 巴 bā
to long for; to wish; to cling to
NoteFather is used as radical with 'bao' as phonetic underneath
Number of strokes 8
Using 巴 bā
: 吧 bā (supposition or suggestion) 把 bǎ (to hold) 爬 pá (to crawl)
Different tone八 bā (eight)
巴 bā (to long for)
吧 bā (supposition or suggestion)
把 bǎ (to hold)
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唐 táng Tang; chinese
Made up of [广
guǎng vast; wide radical 53, 口
kǒu mouth radical 30]
OriginThe classic dictionary gives origin as a sound loan from character for 'boasting' hence the 'mouth' componentFull information for 唐
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