qǐ to rise; to raise; to get up

Made up of [ zǒu walk radical 156, self; oneself; sixth in order ]

Note

The 'snake' radical can be pronounced 'ji' and gives the rough phonetic. Walk gives idea of rising from sitting position.
Number of strokes: 10

Related characters


Also uses zǒu component: chāo (to exceed) gǎn (to overtake) tàng (collective for trips)
Also uses component: jì (to record) jì (order)

Different tone

qī (seven) qī (phase) qí (board game) qí (his) qí (strange) qì (gas) qì (steam)

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Proverbs

白手起家 bái shǒu qǐ jiā To build up something from nothing
无风不起浪 wú fēng bù qǐ làng There must have been signs that it was going to happen
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jù sentence

Made up of [ kǒu mouth radical 30, bāo wrap radical 20]

Origin

An utterance from the 'mouth' is a sentence; the wrapping character used to provide the phonetic and also meaning as 'person'
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