dài to respect; to bear; to support; to wear

Made up of [ tián field radical 102, eight; 8 radical 12, spear radical 62]
Number of strokes 17

Related characters


Using tián : nán (male) léi (thunder) māo (cat) lǐ (inside) mǔ (area) fú (good fortune) fù (rich) jiǎ (first in list) shēn (to extend) lèi (tired) huà (to draw) sī (to think)
Using : fēn (divide) gōng (public) qí (his) sì (four) liù (six) gòng (common) xīng (prosper) xué (cave)
Using : wǒ (I (me)) chéng (to succeed) huò (maybe) wǔ (martial) zài (to carry) zhǎo (to try to find) jiān (narrow) zhàn (to fight) wù (fifth (ordinal))

Sounds same

dài (replace)

Different tone

dāi (bad)

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Power and Prosperity during the Tang dynasty

Power and Prosperity during the Tang dynasty

History

When the dynasties of China are brought to mind, the Han, Tang and Ming are generally considered the greatest. During the Tang China was undoubtedly the only world super-power with huge cities and great achievements. Tang poetry is considered the finest. Influence of China spread far to the west reaching the Aral Sea and Pakistan.
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