仿 fǎng to imitate; to copy

Made up of [ rén Person (radical) radical 9, fāng square; honest; upright radical 70]

Note

The 'person' radical suggests an action, 'fang' is the phonetic
Number of strokes 6

Related characters


Using rén : tā (he) huā (flower) mén (s) hé (what) huà (to make into) wèi (position) yè (night) zhuàn (biography) zuò (to do) dài (replace) 亿 yì (100,000,000) nǐ (you) zhù (to live) fèn (portion) shén (what) gū (estimate) gōng (to provide) zhí (value) bǐng (both) rén (humane) chàng (to initiate) dǎo (fall) dàn (but) hòu (wait)
Using fāng : zú (clan) fáng (house) 访 fǎng (to visit) fǎng (fine woven silk fabric) fáng (to protect) fàng (let go)

Sounds same

访 fǎng (to visit) fǎng (fine woven silk fabric)

Different tone

fāng (square) fāng (basket) fáng (house) fáng (to protect) fàng (let go)

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Chinese proverb

Proverb

Yǐn jiū zhǐ kě [yin jiu zhi ke]
drink turtledove stop thirst
To quench one's thirst with poisoned wine. The blood of the dove was considered poisonous
To take reckless action regardless of the consequences
Don't cut off your nose to spite your face
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