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

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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))

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dài (replace)

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dāi (bad)

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Pantheon of Chinese gods and heroes

Pantheon of Chinese gods and heroes

Culture

China has a rich array of heroes, gods and goddesses to draw on. Temples are full of images of people from China's long history. Often an historical figure is over time upgraed and considered an immortal. Most depictions can be identified by the objects the deity is carrying. Some are associated with Buddhism others with Daoism and quite often no particular religion at all.
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