跑 sì to run; to run away; to escape
Made up of [
foot; to be sufficient; ample
to cover; to wrap; to hold
Note The foot radical suggests running and 'bao' give rough phonetic
Number of strokes
Using 足 zú
路 lù (road)
跟 gēn (heel) Using 包 bāo
抱 bào (to hold) 泡 pào (bubble) 饱 bǎo (to eat till full) 炮 pào (cannon) Sounds same
四 sì (four)
巳 sì (snake) Different tone
丝 sī (silk)
厶 sī (private)
纟 sī (silk)
思 sī (to think)
死 sǐ (die) Pronunciation Your browser does not support this audio element.
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赏 shǎng to hand down
Made up of [
shàng still; yet; to value,
bèi shell; precious; cowrie shell radical 154]
Origin The 'shang' element gives phonetic, 'bei' for valuables gives the menaing Full information for
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