dì supreme ruler

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dì (earth) dì (younger brother) dì (ordinal (1st,2nd))

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始皇帝 Emperor Qin Shihuangdi
洪武帝 Emperor Hongwu
永乐帝 Emperor Yongle
黄帝 Yellow Emperor

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nín you (polite)

Made up of [ xīn heart radical 61, nǐ you]

Origin

The heart radical is at the bottom, the top part is the informal character for 'you' ni; so can be thought of as a heart-felt greeting.
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