guī jade tablet

Made up of [ earth; soil radical 32]
Used as component in : jiē ; fēng


A jade tablet or baton is represented as two piles of earth perhaps linked to association with jade artefacts that represented land ownership
Number of strokes: 6

Related characters

Also uses component: chéng (city) dì (earth) hēi (black) jiāng (border) kuài (piece) lǐ (inside) líng (mound) qù (go) shèng (holy) sì (Buddhist temple) zài (exist) zhì (to arrive) zhōu (surname Zhou) zǒu (walk) zuò (sit) zuò (seat)

Sounds same

guī (to return) guī (tortoise)

Different tone

guǐ (ghost) guì (precious)

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