睛 jīng eye; eyeball
Made up of [目 mù
radical 109, 青 qīng
NoteThe eye radical suggests it is 'eye' related and 'green/blue' suggests iris of eye as well as the phonetic
Number of strokes 13
Using 目 mù
: 看 kàn (look) 德 dé (virtue) 相 xiāng (each other) 盼 pàn (to hope for) 盾 dùn (shield) 直 zhí (straight) 冒 mào (to emit)
Using 青 qīng
: 情 qíng (affection) 精 jīng (refined) 请 qǐng (please) 清 qīng (clear) 晴 qíng (clear sky)
Sounds same京 jīng (capital)
精 jīng (refined)
经 jīng (Classic)
惊 jīng (to start)
井 jǐng (well)
景 jǐng (bright)
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