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
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Phrases

什么 shén me what

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Largest province

By area, Xinjiang is the largest province in China, narrowly beating Tibet and Inner Mongolia in total area. Historically the province was known in Europe as East Turkestan and separatist Uyghur people aim to establish as a nation under that name. In deference to the ethnic minorities it is officially 'Uygur Autonomous Region' rather than a province.
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