jīng refined; semen

Made up of [ rice radical 119, qīng green; blue radical 174]

Note

Combines 'rice' and phonetic 'qing' with concept that starch from rice resembles semen which is considered the divine essence

Related characters


Using : mí (to bewilder) mí (riddle) zhān (to glue) táng (sugar) lóu (multi-story building)
Using qīng : qíng (affection) qǐng (please) qīng (clear) qíng (clear sky) jīng (eye)

Sounds same

jīng (capital) jīng (Classic) jīng (to start) jīng (eye)

Different tone

jǐng jǐng (well) jǐng (bright)

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Pronunciation

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