津 jīn ferry crossing; ford
Sounds same金 jīn (metal)
今 jīn (modern)
斤 jīn (axe)
巾 jīn (scarf)
钅 jīn (metal)
Different tone近 jìn (near)
进 jìn (to advance)
Tianjin City, Tianjin
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