bǐng third in order

Made up of [ one radical 1]

Note

The third part of a fish - the tail

Related characters


Using : chǒu (shameful) dé (virtue) huò (maybe) lì (beautiful) qiě (and) shì (life) yǔ (to give) zhèng (correct) bù (no; not) dàn (dawn) bǎi (hundred)

Sounds same

bǐng (both)

Different tone

bīng (ice) bīng (ice)

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Pronunciation

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stroke order for 丙
Stroke order for character 丙, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license

Chinese Language

Such an ancient language as Chinese has inevitably gathered very many characters and words that have histories going back hundred of years - far longer than any other currently spoken language. However the structure of Chinese language is quite easy to pick up and continues to be a source of fascination.
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History

The second part of the Zhou dynasty was known for incessant warfare between kingdoms. It was time of great importance to China as the philosophical traditions were developed that went on to dominate the next two thousand years. The first unification of China as a large nation state then followed.
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