guī to return; to go back to; to give back to

Made up of [ snout radical 58]
Alternative traditional form of character:

Related characters


Using : dāng (to be) fù (woman)

Sounds same

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Different tone

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Pronunciation

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Proverbs

改邪归正 gǎi xié guī zhèng Reject bad ways and turn to the good
落叶归根 luò yè guī gèn Returning to place of birth
树高千丈叶落归根 shù gāo qiān zhàng yè luò guī gēn People living far from home, will eventually comes back.

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