纪 jì order; discipline; age
Made up of [纟 sī
radical 120, 己 jǐ
self; oneself; sixth in order
Alternative traditional form
of character: 紀
NoteSilk was used for writing on in early days and 'ji' acts as both phonetic and a bit of meaning as suggest 'me writing'
Number of strokes 6
Using 纟 sī
: 红 hóng (red) 给 gěi (give) 纸 zhǐ (paper) 经 jīng (Classic) 维 wéi (to preserve) 累 lèi (tired) 纲 gāng (guiding principle) 纷 fēn (numerous) 组 zǔ (to form) 绪 xù (beginnings) 结 jié (knot) 纺 fǎng (fine woven silk fabric)
Using 己 jǐ
: 记 jì (to record) 起 qǐ (to rise)
Sounds same际 jì (border)
既 jì (already)
季 jì (season)
彐 jì (snout)
记 jì (to record)
技 jì (skill)
Different tone机 jī (starve)
鸡 jī (fowl)
机 jī (machine)
吉 jí (lucky)
及 jí (and)
几 jǐ (how many)
己 jǐ (self)
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