me what

Made up of [丿 piě 'slash' radical 4, private; secret; selfish radical 28]
Alternative traditional form of character:
Number of strokes 3

Related characters


Using 丿 piě : shǎo (less) hū (at) nǎi (to be) shī (to lose) wù (do not) yì (justice) lè (music) zhī (him) zú (clan) jiǔ (long time) dì (younger brother) wù (fifth (ordinal))
Using : qù (go) gōng (public) néng (to be able to) tái (typhoon) zhì (to arrive)

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stroke order for 么
Stroke order for character 么, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license

Phrases

什么 shén me what

Red Cliff

The epic Chinese 'Red Cliff ' documents the famous battle in 208CE that marked the end of the illustrious Han dynasty. General Cao Cao was the leader of the defeated army of the North. China then split into three kingdoms: Shu (West); Wei (North) and Wu (South).
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Chinese Poetry

Chinese Poetry

Language

The Chinese language is ideally suited for writing poems. The long history of Chinese has allowed poems written over two thousand years ago to be appreciated even today. The characters provide a concise method for conveying impressions and emotion.
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