dì younger brother; junior male

Made up of [ gōng bow radical 57, zhǔ dot radical 3, 丿 piě 'slash' radical 4]
Used as component in :
Number of strokes: 7

Related characters


Also uses gōng component: fú (not) jiāng (border) zhāng ('of')
Also uses zhǔ component: bái (bright) bàn (half) bīng (ice) duì (to cash) lì (beautiful) liáng (good) lìng (to order) pù (store) sháo (spoon) shù (method) sū (revive) tài (too) wèi (do) wū (crow) yì (justice) yóu (outstanding) yù (jade) zhōu (prefecture) zhù (to live) zhǔ (owner) zì (from)
Also uses 丿 piě component: hū (at) jiǔ (nine) jiǔ (long time) lè (music) me (what) nǎi (to be) nián (year) shǎo (less) shēng (produce) shī (to lose) wù (fifth (ordinal)) wù (do not) wǔ (noon) yì (justice) zhī (him) zú (clan)

Sounds same

dì (supreme ruler) dì (earth) dì (ordinal (1st,2nd))

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Kites

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Along with many other things the Chinese lay claim to the invention of the kite. Kite flying remains very popular in China and many can be seen flying in public parks. In the past they have been used for military purposes but fishing is probably the most ancient use.
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