mí to bewilder; crazy about; fan

Made up of [ chuò walking radical 162, rice radical 119]

Note

Walking radical suggests getting lost, 'mi' (rice) gives sound
Number of strokes: 9

Related characters


Also uses chuò component: biān (side) dào (road) guò (past) hái (still) jìn (near) jìn (to advance) liáo (distant) mí (riddle) tōng (open) yíng (welcome) yuǎn (far) yùn (to move) zhè (this)
Also uses component: jīng (refined) lóu (multi-story building) mí (riddle) táng (sugar) zhān (to glue)

Sounds same

mí (riddle)

Different tone

mǐ (rice) mì (cover)

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Pronunciation

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Proverbs

当局者迷,旁观者清 dāng jú zhě mí, páng guān zhě qīng If too closely involved may not see all the issues involved
The Lay-Osborn Flotilla of 1862-63

The Lay-Osborn Flotilla of 1862-63

History

After China's defeat in the Opium Wars it is amazing that China then chose to buy a naval force from its enemy Britain. Although boats were duly made China refused to take delivery of them and Anglo-Chinese relations went into a further decline.
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