jì order; discipline; age

Made up of [ silk radical 120, self; oneself; sixth in order ]
Alternative traditional form of character:

Note

Silk 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

Related characters


Using : hóng (red) gěi (give) zhǐ (paper) jīng (Classic) wéi (to preserve) lèi (tired) gāng (guiding principle) fēn (numerous) zǔ (to form) xù (beginnings) jié (knot) fǎng (fine woven silk fabric)
Using : jì (to record) qǐ (to rise)

Sounds same

jì (border) jì (already) jì (season) jì (snout) jì (to record) jì (skill)

Different tone

jī (starve) jī (fowl) jī (machine) jí (lucky) jí (and) jǐ (how many) jǐ (self)

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Chinese proverb

Proverb

蜂酿
zhī fēng niáng bù chéng mì kē mǐ áo bù chéng zhōu [yi zhi feng niang bu cheng mi yi ke mi ao bu cheng zhou]
only one bee not produce honey, one grain rice cook not complete meal
One bee cannot produce honey; one grain of rice cannot produce a meal
It needs joint effort to achieve anything worthwhile
Many hands make light work
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