qiě and; moreover; yet

Note

Ancient pictogram of a stone altar on the ground
Number of strokes 5

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Pronunciation

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jú tangerine; orange

Made up of [ mù wood; wooden radical 75, jí lucky; propitious]

Origin

Alternative shortened form for tangerine, wood radical with 'ji' as rough phonetic
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