fēng to confer; to grant; to bestow a title

Made up of [ guī jade tablet , cùn unit of length; inch; thumb radical 41]
Number of strokes 9

Related characters


Using guī : jiē (street)
Using cùn : dé (get) duì (right) shù (tree) shè (to shoot) shí (time)

Sounds same

fēng (wind) fēng

Different tone

fèng (phoenix)

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Cities

开封 Kaifeng, Henan

lèi tired; weary; to strain

Made up of [ tián field radical 102, sī silk radical 120]

Origin

Originally meaning to 'pile up'. As it consists of 'field' and 'silk' it can be thought of as the traditional work of men and women
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